Making A Student Side-Hustle Work For You (part one)

Being a student can often be tight on your purse strings and it has led to many University of Greenwich students starting their own side businesses, some born out of a need for pub pocket money, others born from passion, the money simply a bonus. You may have considered setting up your own side hustle … Continue reading Making A Student Side-Hustle Work For You (part one)

Marlowe’s Fate at the White Bear Theatre, 17th November 2022

Rating: ★★★★★ The Off-Broadway production of the comedy, Marlowe's Fate, is in the middle of a short run at the White Bear Theatre in Kennington. Those unfamiliar with the White Bear might be surprised to discover that the theatre is actually a small upstairs room at the vast White Bear pub, but the tiny space … Continue reading Marlowe’s Fate at the White Bear Theatre, 17th November 2022

Spectacular, Spectacular – Moulin Rouge The Musical Review

Rating: ★★★★★ Image is writer's own As an avid lover of musicals, I was so excited to hear that Moulin Rouge - The Musical was coming to The Piccadilly Theatre in London. The film version, starring Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman, won two Oscars, so I was interested and eager to see how it translated … Continue reading Spectacular, Spectacular – Moulin Rouge The Musical Review

Training Day

My mother stuck soap on the grooves of my teeth, purging my mouth of its sins, teaching me to taste my words before spitting them out. I did no such thing. Burnt by my tongue, I was fed whiskey and wine to keep my words sweet. “Your tongue can be a tool”, she said. “Learn how … Continue reading Training Day

Wahgwan

Why you killing your brothers? Violating your sisters? In a world like today, Where you can get paid  For shit like, watching video games. You’d rather be on the block, Licking shots; Carrying that shank, buning’ that dank, To look and act like your bad Or to shield from those that do. Wahgwan for yous? … Continue reading Wahgwan

Masculinity in distress – a review of Broken Lad

Rating: ★★ https://youtu.be/odig_SfRgRA Written by Robin Hooper and currently playing at the Arcola Theatre, Broken Lad is an examination of masculinity, father and son relationships, and morality. The new comedy touches upon these subjects, and more, as we learn about the lead character, Phil, and his failing stand-up comedy career. Set above a pub in … Continue reading Masculinity in distress – a review of Broken Lad