This week I met up with fellow History student, Jennifer Bullock, to discuss her role as President of DULOG, Durham University's musical theatre group, graduating and musical theatre in general. Click here to find out more!
Thoughts and reflections on my short trip to Berlin at Easter.
The Sound of Music is and always will be my favourite musical. Featuring historical drama, nuns, and songs that can’t help but make you sing along, I spent most of my childhood running around the house and garden (or pretty much any location) singing ‘The Lonely Goatherd’ and ‘Do-Re-Mi’. So you can imagine I was… Continue reading The Sound of Music Live: A masterpiece of Christmas television
On a dark day in 2010 the coalition government announced a nearly £6000 hike in tuition fees for undergraduate students. The decision caused thousands of students to take to the streets in protest but with little success. Five years on and I am one of those affected students. I might not see the £9000 loan… Continue reading Why am I paying £9000 for a library card?
“Outlander?”, you say, “what on earth is that?” Well, where have you been for the past year? Crawl out from under that rock of yours and catch up or face missing out on one of the most exciting television shows to grace our screens in a very long time. Adapted from the best-selling book series… Continue reading 10 Reasons why YOU should be watching Outlander