Possibly one of my favourite cities in the world, if not my favourite city, Berlin has so much to offer. Artsy cafes on every corner, colourful architecture down every street and history surrounding you with every step, it truly is the perfect place for a short and adventurous city break or even a long holiday….
It’s not very often I write posts like this, I am pretty sure everyone who reads or comes across this blog is used to me writing a review of some sort. But personal writing is something I have always tried to improve on. So here goes, a reflection of the highs and lows experienced throughout…
In a concert dedicated to the cinematic filmscores of composer Danny Elfman, the audience at The Usher Hall in Edinburgh on November 29 were blown away by the four works played by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
The Crucible performed as a ballet? Seems like a hard feat to accomplish but they done it. Choreographer Helen Pickett unleashes the emotional force and brutality of Arthur Miller’s tale of suspicion, accusation and witchcraft.
You expect the first time you fall in love to be this fuzzy and unexplainable feeling, nothing quite like it. For Laurie, it just so happened to be the opposite.
I’m sure we have all heard her name over these past couple weeks but Li Lykke Timotej Zachrisson, otherwise known as Lykke Li, has stormed into the UK with her new collaboration by English music producer Mark Ronson.
Written for Radio Caley I was nervous as I approached to interview them, suddenly feeling star struck that the small band I had fallen in love with as soon as I had heard the opening chords of ‘Oceans’ were standing merely a few feet in front of me.
The art exhibition encouraging a new perspective Look around you. Our streets are rife with homelessness, the political views of the people in Scotland are greatly ignored by Westminster, and people are struggling with loss all across the nation in more than one way. Simply looking at this is not enough; an action must be…
Written for Radio Caley When the opportunity arised to interview electric pop power duo ‘Bad Sounds’, I had to take it. Following on from the release of their debut album ‘Get Better’, the band announced a UK tour. I attended their gig at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, where I also got the…
Written for The Edit magazine GCU Maisie Peters was visibly nervous yet excited. As soon as the lights came up, gone was the shy, young girl from the interview room. Stood in her place was a bold, powerful musician with remarkable talent.