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REVIEW | Not Yet Suffragette | Natalie Cutler

Following a successful run at the Brighton Fringe, Natalie Cutler is touring her outstanding performance of Not Yet Suffragette, that explores how ‘not’ far we have come with gender equality since the Suffragette movement. Actor, writer, comedian and everything in-between, Natalie Cutler is an extraordinary woman. Her hour long piece focuses on the history of women and…

My go-to Cocktail Destinations

It’s pretty safe to say that cocktails are a big part of my life. Whether it’s a special occasion, holiday, drinks with my friends or testing out new recipes at home, I am never too far from a cocktail. As my writing takes me around the three largest cities in the UK; Manchester, Birmingham and London….

REVIEW | Grease | New Alexandra Theatre

Returning to the New Alexandra Theatre this summer, Stage Experience have outdone themselves on their production of the well-loved high school classic, Grease. The energy is electrifying; from the opening number you are hit with a powerhouse of vocals that never lapses. This is reflected in the duets, as the intricate harmonies are pristine, and the vocal…

REVIEW | Rent | Old Rep Theatre

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning musical Rent. Inspired by Puccini’s opera La Boheme, it is the story of a group of young people in New York who are facing a multitude of issues such as drugs, AIDS, love and loss. What’s special about the Old Rep’s…

The Stable | Birmingham Food & Drink

Last Sunday, the Birmingham bloggers all gathered at The Stable, a fairly new restaurant in central Birmingham that focuses on it’s speciality of pizza and cider. Located right outside Birmingham New Street station, and just minutes away from the New Alexandra Theatre and the Birmingham Hippodrome, The Stable is the perfect restaurant with a delectable selection of…

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