Today we visit the 'birthplace' of the Renaissance.
Art in front of your eyes...
If you go to New York City then there is one Museum that you have to put on your list of places to visit because it is amazing. Out of all the museums that I visited when I lived in New York this is one of the main ones that sticks in my mind because … Continue reading The Travel Book – American Diaries Special – Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
This week in rehearsals we were all about getting 'physical' and really getting used to using the stage more and focussing on our character work. JBB was in charge of leading the lesson this week and I can honestly say it was SO much fun and made my rubbish week a hell of a lot … Continue reading Improv Diaries – Let’s Get Physical with Carrots, Kangeroo’s and Bubblewrap [Case Study: Nigel Havers and Denis Lawson]
This month we are talking about a different topic every day to sort of bring you variety and to maybe even start a discussion at the end of each article. All the topics have been researched and been taken off of other 30 day challenges OPINIONS ON ART I have lot of opinions on art, … Continue reading Let’s Talk About…Opinions On Art
This week's show of the week is an improv gig with a very different twist to it. This week's show takes place in partnership with The National Gallery and includes pieces of art! I caught up with Do Not Adjust Your Stage, also known at DNAYS to find out more about the show that happens … Continue reading Show Of The Week – INTERVIEW – Blank Canvas, Do Not Adjust Your Stage
If you are looking for beauty and art in Rome you really don't have to look that far as the city is full of beautiful pieces left right and centre. However, one of the places that you must put on your list is the Musei Vaticani. The one thing I would highly recommend before going … Continue reading The Travel Book – Musei Vaticani, Vatican City
Let me start by saying this: Mother! is not a film for everyone. Although it was marketed as a horror film, the reality is far from that. However, it does borrow a few elements from the horror genre. ‘Mother’ is an experimental film where the story and plot are … Continue reading Film Review: Mother!
If you are looking for something different to do in between shows and stand up then why not visit the small galleries around the city showcasing some of the local art. Platform is into its second year and is a showcase to display up and coming Scottish artists in the early stages of their career. … Continue reading Edinburgh Fringe Live – Platform 2016
This week we are taking a look at the other side of the Fringe you may not of even thought about. There are many comedy shows that are aimed at children, workshops to learn comedy and also film based comedy / cinema. There are some fun things that the Fringe has to offer, so lets … Continue reading This Week – Children’s, Workshops and Films