It’s my One Year Blogversary! I can’t quit believe that A Redhead’s Rambling is already a whole year old. I’m not sure if it seems like it’s gone quickly or if I’m shocked at the time that’s past! It’s crazy to think that 365 days ago I sat at my laptop in my student house,…… Continue reading One Year Blogversary!
It’s 1985. Hair is huge, greed is good. In reality, it’s 2017 but this week I sat excitedly in the theatre waiting to watch The Wedding Singer, ready to be transported back in time. I’d never seen it on stage before, but I had performed in the show with my theatre group before I left…… Continue reading The Wedding Singer Review
Today I had the opportunity to participate in an interactive workshop at Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Wardrobe Department. As a drama enthusiast I’ve seen, and even worn, many magnificent costumes but I’ve never seen them in the making. At Theatre Royal Plymouth the dedicated wardrobe team design and make costumes for the stage, from small scale…… Continue reading An Interactive Workshop at Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Wardrobe Department
I was recently chosen to be part of the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Blogger Scheme where I am lucky enough to attend stagey events and write about them! This week my first event was backstage with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which was incredible. Here is my article for the scheme. …… Continue reading A Curious Experience Backstage with ‘The Curious Incident’
Yesterday I was lucky enough to watch Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games after winning two tickets at the Bristol Hippodrome! The show is currently on its world tour, so I was expecting a pretty epic night. Since the age of 4 I’ve danced and have always dreamed of seeing a Michael Flatley…… Continue reading Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games Review
This week I saw Pink Mist by Owen Sheers at the Bristol Old Vic. The show was recommended by a lecturer, and several students, so I thought I’d check it out. Overhyping anything normally means I’m left disappointed, but boy was I wrong. War is a subject I rarely watch on stage. It’s normally infested…… Continue reading Pink Mist Review