Leodo: The Paradise | Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Pushing the boat out This was our lets-go-crazy-and-buy-tickets-for-the-next-leaflet-we-get-oh-look-this-ones-about-some-Korean-dancing-wanna-try-that-why-not-it’s-the-fringe moment. We had no idea what to expect. But the flyer looked colourful and the flyer(er?) was really enthusiastic so we headed on down to George Square. We were not disappointed. Cultural It was a real treat getting to watch a show…

An interview with Edward Scissorhands | Matthew Bourne

The performance Edward was endearing, innocent and uplifting from the moment he shuffled on stage. All of the impressive scenes from the film were captured in moments of magic. It’s true, you forget words aren’t present as only movement takes you on this emotional journey. Finally, the iconic and powerful…

West Side Story The Musical (tour) | Manchester

A classic So, as a gift (because I’m lovely like that) I took my twin sister to her favourite musical, West Side Story at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. A twist on the tale as old as time classic, Romeo & Juliet. A boy meets girl story. But boy can’t…