With the End in Mind

Last weekend I saw Dr Kathryn Mannix talk about her book: With the End in Mind for the second time. The first time was an author event at my local Waterstones, a short few months after my Grandma died, trying to make sense of life in grief. Following Dr Kathryn Mannix’s talk I purchased her… Continue reading With the End in Mind

Misc., Reviews

The Streets are Made of Art

BY HANNAH MORPETH Last week I took a break from the busy chaos of my life to relax on the Costa Del Sol and despite returning feeling terribly unwell it was amazing! I've taken many a holiday in the north of Spain however this was my first southern experience and I must say I am… Continue reading The Streets are Made of Art



BY BETH ALLISON Suzanna Walters’ Eat Me is, ‘too amazing’, it took me an hour to say this because the play had stunned me into silence. It stunned me because, after thirteen years of chronic anorexia nervosa and three ongoing years of recovering, this play is unrivalled in its raw honesty and searing accuracy in… Continue reading REVIEW: Eat Me


REVIEW: Living with a Dark Lord

As some of you probably already know we interviewed Cait O'Sullivan about her new play Living with a Dark Lord a few weeks ago so obviously when the opportunity came around to see the play we had to take it and are so glad we did. Living with a Dark Lord gives what can only… Continue reading REVIEW: Living with a Dark Lord


REVIEW: Still Alice by Lisa Genova

BY HANNAH MORPETH Still Alice by Lisa Genova follows the story of Professor of Linguistics Alice Howland as she comes to terms with and lives with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease. It is honest, empowering whilst being so very sensitive. Still Alice is a refreshing representation of Alzheimer’s Disease, more often than not we are presented… Continue reading REVIEW: Still Alice by Lisa Genova