betrayal

A week and a half ago, I was lucky enough to head into town to see ‘Betrayal’ at the Harold Pinter Theatre. The cast was phenomenal: Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Cox and Zawe Ashton (still haven’t got over it.) and the play was utterly brilliant. I haven’t really stopped thinking about it since. The plot covered… Continue reading betrayal

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travel diary: bordeaux

It is now the Sunday of half term and here in London we have had the most phenomenal weather- it has actually felt as though we've been gifted a magic interlude of summer to cheer us up through the dark depths of what is normally freezing February (and the distress of incoming Brexit, dare I say… Continue reading travel diary: bordeaux

my favourite podcasts

I have already written about my love for podcasts on this blog, subtly sliding them into other posts when discussing running and self care. I don't ever really stop listening to them and am always plugged in when walking to school, jogging and before I go to sleep. They keep me focused, cheer me up,… Continue reading my favourite podcasts

why I read poetry

When Elizabeth Jennings explained how she felt that 'a deeply held belief is bound to influence all you do', she summarised my feelings towards the wonder of poetry. When I read a poem, it is not simply a collection of words on a page. Instead, I am gaining a glimpse of a new, original perspective… Continue reading why I read poetry