Ghost the musical review wolverhampton grand WBOS

REVIEW: Ghost The Musical | WBOS

  Last night I was invited to see Ghost The Musical at the Wolverhampton Grand by The West Bromwich Operatic Society. Based on the 1990 smash hit film, Ghost tells the story of two lovers Sam and Molly as they start their life together. After Sam is tragically murdered he becomes trapped as a Ghost, he soon learns that…

BE Festival

  On Thursday I was invited to the launch of BE Festival, Birmingham’s biggest performing arts festival, displaying the best of European’s theatre. BE Festival is an annual event that takes place at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. ‘BE’ being short for Birmingham European, the festival is a combination of performances from all around Europe. There are…

Use Your And

  “One dimensional labels limit your potential” I started my blog around a year ago, it began as just a collection of my writing that I had been working on that I wanted to showcase because I felt brave enough to share with the rest of the world. Then in October I saw an advertisement to apply…

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The Freedom to Read Widely

    This post was first published on We Love This Book For me reading was a huge part of growing up. It allowed me to delve into different characters lives, explore the worlds they lived in and the experiences they encountered. A love for reading is a love you’ll have for life, it is something you’ll…

Review: Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing tells the classic love story of Baby and Johnny that we all know and love. Set in 1987, Baby is spending the summer vacation in Catskill with her parents. When she is asked to be Johnny Castle’s dance partner she inevitably falls in love with him and the beautiful love story is portrayed…

Upcoming theatre: Little Women

Little Women is a classic tale about sisterhood, friendship and love. The story surrounds the lives of the four March sisters and it’s beautifully brought to the Old Rep stage next week. Jo March, played by Elise Jones, is the definition of a strong modern feminist. She fights against the gender stereotypes forced upon her as she strives…