Published 24th January 2021 by The Indiependent. Love Letters To My 20s: A Fortnightly Column On The Stigma Surrounding Our Twenties. “If you can remove your ego from a process, then there really isn’t any difference between success and failure. They’re just both parts of a process. You shouldn’t look at a failure as something terrible, it just is what it is, and you shouldn’t … Continue reading Overcoming The Fear Of My Pandemic Dissertation
Published 20th September 2020 by The Indiependent. Love Letters To My 20s: A Fortnightly Column On The Stigma Surrounding Our Twenties. “‘Our anxiety does not come from thinking about the future,’ noted the writer Kahlil Gibran, ‘but from wanting to control it.’” – Pandora Sykes, How Do We Know We’re Doing It Right? Ah, Masters degrees. Filled with a confusing concoction of intelligent go-getters with mood boards, perfectly … Continue reading The Art Of The Panic Masters: How Do I Graduate?
Published 9th August 2020 by The Indiependent. Love Letters To My 20s: A Fortnightly Column On The Stigma Surrounding Our Twenties. “Rambunctious, restless and ramshackle. Roving, raucous and rebellious. My roaming decade; my roaring twenties.” – Dolly Alderton, Everything I Know About Love. “Your twenties,” slurred my best friend’s mum, before she hiccupped, giggled and sipped her over-filled glass of white wine, “will be the best … Continue reading Introducing ‘Love Letters To My 20s’: Life Doesn’t End At 25
Published 2nd March 2020 by The Indiependent Intense, hard-hitting, and anger-inducing, Theatre Group‘s production of Posh, by Laura Wade, succeeded in creating a satirical commentary on the immense privilege that comes with being white, male and upper-class. As the company’s director, George Marlin, stated in his director’s note: “Posh is as relevant and topical in a post-Brexit Britain as it was ten years ago.” Not … Continue reading Theatre Review: Posh // stage@leeds
Published January 2020 by The Tab Warehouse has recently revelled in a £250,000 makeover as it celebrates its 40th anniversary of live music and club nights. Based on Somers Street, the investment has gone into the production element of their events, as well as three rooms with a capacity of 600 for gigs, and 1100 for DJ events, ensuring that it is going to be … Continue reading Check out Warehouse’s £250,000 makeover and live music plan in celebration of their 40th anniversary
Published 14th November 2019 by The Indiependent Katherine Chandler’s Before It Rains, performed by Open Theatre in stage@leeds, was a divine concoction of brave and beautiful storytelling, and contemporary life’s raw happenings. Punctuated with humour and the tense extremities of humankind, this production is, quite simply, the best show that I have seen a society put on stage during my time at university … Read … Continue reading Theatre Review: Before It Rains // stage@leeds
Published November 2019 by The Tab Prepare yourselves: Blue Rinse has confirmed that it is opening a brand new five storey home in the centre of Leeds. There are probably flocks of students queuing outside of the Crown Fisheries building already; elbows ready to jab anybody that gets in their way of buying that perfect pre-loved denim jacket. The new shop is expected to be … Continue reading Don’t freak out but Blue Rinse is opening a new five storey shop in Leeds
Published October 2019 by The Tab Fruity in Leeds is the one night of the week it’s universally agreed that anything can happen. Getting rid would be like throwing away a piece of our heart. Where else could we wear whatever the hell we wanted, completely disgrace ourselves, and STILL not get chucked out? In the spirit of the new academic year … Read the … Continue reading We asked bouncers at Fruity about the best stuff they’ve seen on a Friday night shift