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

On 11th March 2019, I witnessed the eye-opening phenomenon of Big Brum’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 confused… In March 2011, I went to The Mayflower Theatre, in Southampton to watch the theatrical production of Slava’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 Hall’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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