Amsterdam has something to offer for all. World-class museums, historic sites, beautiful canals and an abundance of hustle and bustle. It’s no wonder Amsterdam is on your to-do list. The city is the perfect answer for a cultural get-away and here’s why. 1. Visit the Anne Frank house This is at the top of my
Week 3 is finally coming to an end, leaving us with just under 2 weeks left until our opening night. This week seems to have bolted past my eyes before I could even get a chance to blink. It’s gone crazy fast. Perhaps too fast. For me, this week was a turning point. A step
“I found my Amsterdam in Bristol.”
Everywhere I look I am reminded of the barbaric event that happened yesterday in Manchester. For those who aren’t up to speed, 22 people attending Ariana Grande’s concert in the Manchester Arena were killed by a fatal suicide bomb attack containing shrapnel injuring at least 59 others towards the end of the concert last night.
With rehearsals now under way for our end of year production ‘The Dreaming’, the show is really coming together. Characters have been established and songs have been brought to life. Just 10 days in, we’ve already created something we’re all extremely proud of. This may all change however, as with any production changes are inevitable.
Stress is inevitable. If we don’t recognise this and learn to deal with stress it can over run our own lives. It can stop our sense of productivity and serve as a constant distraction to both our minds and our lives. At drama school, stress levels are often heightened due to the pressures we go
It’s finally time to introduce you to ‘The Dreaming’. With rehearsals well underway I’m very excited to get this show up on it’s feet. In just 6 weeks time (9-10th June 2017) I will be performing my very first show here at Trinity Laban. The Dreaming is a musical created by Howard Goodall and Charles
Negativity affects every single person throughout their life and its something we all have to go through in order to grow. We are at times our own worst enemy. We stop ourselves from putting ourselves out there and grabbing opportunities just because of our negative thinking and our self-doubt. It defeats us at times but
Shakespeare concluded at the tail end of last term but with a new beginning on the horizon, we are reminded of the past in the form of assessment grades. For those of you who don’t know me that well, it is safe to say, I was apprehensive about opening up the feedback sheet from my
Monday No adventure starts without minor delays or disturbances. EVER. And that’s exactly what happened at the start of my trip. With my suitcase in hand I made my way over to a friends house (Kloe or as we like to call her Klo Klo) in Manchester. Arriving at the station, my train was delayed.