London

The Book of Mormon

14th January 2020

The Book of Mormon is the funniest thing I’ve seen in years. I loved this show. This show is PURE GENIUS. Disclaimer: This is not a show for my Mum, and it might not be for yours either. After several weeks of non-stop singing around the house and the soundtrack on 24/7 in road trips, […]

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Guess who’s back?

3rd October 2019

That’s right after months of being MIA, guess who’s back? I know, it’s been a while. But I’ve had a busy few weeks so my blog fell to the bottom of my priority list and I’m only just picking it back up again. But where do I start? So much has happened in the past […]

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women's prize for fiction

Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist

17th May 2019

At the end of last month I was honoured (and a tad giddy) to be invited to the Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist event at Fremantle HQ. It was a chance to celebrate the six authors who had made it onto the shortlist with an evening of Bailey’s and discussions about the power of a […]

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Anatomy of a Suicide by Alice Birch

10th July 2017

Last week, my friend and I went to see anatomy of a suicide by Alice Birch at the Royal Court Theatre in London. It was absolutely sensational! I hadn’t read the play before, but it follows three generations of women and their mental health. It explores the painful legacy left behind on a Granddaughter after […]

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