Obituary: Nick Cordero

Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero has died in Los Angeles after contracting Coronavirus and struggling with severe medical complications. Cordero spent around ninety-five days in Cendars-Sinai Hospital before he died aged just forty-one, leaving behind his wife, Amanda Kloots, and his young son. The Broadway community grieves for an actor with so much more still […]Read More

Game Review: Pokémon Isle of Armor

eleased in 2019 Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield brought the Pokemon franchise to the Nintendo switch. Sword and Shield are an amazing addition to the franchise with a beautiful story and great graphics. The expansion pack – Isle of Armor was released this month, capturing all the fun of the base game in a sweet new adventure.Read More

LGBTQ+ Representation in ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’

This May the fifth and final season of the Netflix reboot of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power aired. Throughout these five seasons, the show has grown in popularity and is now well-loved by people of all ages. The show retains the craziness of the 80s version but adds dimension to the characters and emotional complexity. There is one key difference from the 80s version and that is the LGBTQ+ representation which is present from season one.Read More

Meet Halls The Musical: A Show Exploring The First Year

During the dark times that the creative industries are currently facing, there has been some light. Halls, a new British musical by George Stroud and Jennifer Harrison, has released its first song: ‘Flat 15B’. In a video published online, the song is performed by West End stars, including Grace Mouat, Oliva Moore, and Sophie Isaacs. […]Read More

Top 5 Books to Read this Summer

Although the weather is not reflecting it right now it is technically summertime. There's something extra special about spending a warm summer day reading. So, here are my top 5 books to read this summer. Read More

Book Review: Salt to the Sea // Ruta Sepetys

Ruta Sepetys’ Salt to the Sea is a ground-breaking piece of historical fiction that sheds light on a forgotten event in history: the sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff. The Wilhelm Gustloff was a Nazi hospital ship which was carrying refugees away from the advancing Red Army. The majority of these people had false papers – […]Read More

Theatre Review: Eugenius // West End

Eugenius first took the world by storm when it arrived at The Other Palace in 2018, which was followed by a stream of rave reviews and a huge cult following. I was gutted to miss its short stint on the West End, so when I saw that I had the opportunity to see this fun-filled […]Read More