Review: RUMAHFest, Online

RUMAHFest, a festival celebrating Asian artists based in London, was due to launch at the Rich Mix earlier this year in March, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic it had to be postponed. Thankfully the festival has been reimagined as a digital production and is now available to stream on YouTube.  Backed by organisations including... Continue Reading →

The art of self-sabotage

In recent years I’ve read a number of self-help books, but I’ve rarely felt that they’ve had a positive impact on me and my life. Sometimes I’ve found it hard to connect with it or the exercises difficult to keep up with, while at other times I’ve put down a book feeling worse than when... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Goals

It’s the start of a brand new year, a time when many people make resolutions for the months ahead: lose weight, get fit, write that novel, go travelling etc., etc. But this year I’ve decided to forget about the traditional resolutions (mainly because all thoughts of a diet flew out of the window the moment... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMoNoNo

November, aka NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month. It’s a month where budding writers sign up online and commit to writing – or at least trying to write – 50,000 words of their novels. That’s 1,667 words a day. Easy right? Well… This year was the first time I’d signed up to the challenge. This... Continue Reading →

Welcome…? Review

Performed at the Bridewell Theatre in an enticing lunchtime slot, Welcome…? is a ground-breaking play that seeks to challenge the narrative around out-of-work pregnant female actors and is the first theatrical production in the UK to star two pregnant performers. Written by Lily Lowe-Myers in just three weeks and staring both Lowe-Myers and Robyn Cooper,... Continue Reading →

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