• Home
  • /
  • Tag Archives:  birmingham
Aden Gilett as Arthur Winslow and Tessa Peake-Jones as Grace Winslow (c) Alastair Muir

REVIEW | The Winslow Boy | UK Tour

Providing a window into the Edwardian life, Terence Rattigan’s play The Winslow Boy is a story of miscarriage of justice not told from a courtroom, but the living room of the Winslow’s grand house. It’s a clever production that enables us an audience to directly step into their lives and witness the story of young…

REVIEW | 101 Dalmatians | Birmingham Rep

The Birmingham Rep couldn’t set themselves a bigger challenge than creating a Christmas show that features 101 dogs, but they’ve managed to pull it off with their superb musical production of 101 Dalmations. The imaginative production tells the story of the classic tale we all know and love through remarkable storytelling. With the use of…

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….