The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886)

On 11th March 2019, I witnessed the eye-opening phenomenon of Big Brumโ€™s theatrical production of Jekyll and Hyde, an adaptation of the original novel: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886) by Robert Stevenson. This dramatized adaptation of the book portrays a representation of a dream that Stevenson experienced which led to the […]

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Slava’s Snowshow: The Best, Yet Worst Production I Have Ever Seen.

After all these years, I am still confusedโ€ฆ In March 2011, I went to The Mayflower Theatre, in Southampton to watch the theatrical production of Slavaโ€™s Snowshow, performed by Slava Polunin himself. The running time of the show is approximately an hour and forty-five minutes and is recommended for ages of eight and above (Mayflower […]

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College Production: Animal Farm (2016)

The best piece of Art I have ever been involved in, was a college production of Peter Hallโ€™s (1985) dramatized adaptation of Animal Farm by George Orwell (1945). This adaptation of the book portrays a representation of the truth which outlines the events of the early twentieth century. Although, there appears to be some changes […]

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YouTube Video: [ASMR] Dark & Relaxing Tapping & Scratching [Close Whispers] (2018)

Have you ever felt the hairs on your arm stand up when someone whispered in your ear? Or that tingling sensation on your scalp and upper body when receiving a massage or head rub? Well then, you could potentially have experienced the effects of ASMR. ASMR is an acronym standing for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response […]

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TV Series: Friends (1994)

Friends is a sitcom, comprised of six young adults, who experience the complexity of life to an excessive degree. Monica is a head chef. Rachel begins her career as a waitress. Chandler works with computers and numbers. Joey is an aspiring actor. Ross is a palaeontologist and Phoebe is a private masseuse and singer/songwriter. Although […]

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