classics · fiction · literature · review

The Enchanted April

On recommendations from a very enthusiastic bookseller at Oxford Street’s Waterstones, I entered into the world of The Enchanted April. To be┬átaken back to the 1920’s as a group of women fought against the status quo of their husbands expectations. Elizabeth von Arnim manages to create four very head-strong characters, whose view on life mystifies… Continue reading The Enchanted April

Broadway · Musical · play · review · Theatre · West End

A summer of theatre

Although autumn has now crept its way to us, I wanted to revisit my summer of theatre. From London’s West End to New York’s Broadway, I’ve had the privilege of seeing some wonderful plays and musicals over the last few months. I began with a revisit to a show I’ve already written about, Matilda the… Continue reading A summer of theatre