Saturday Night Fever at Milton Keynes Theatre | A review

A few weeks ago Mum and I had the pleasure of watching Saturday Night Fever at Milton Keynes Theatre. It’s been more than 40 years since the iconic film burst onto our cinema screens. But even now the story and the soundtrack remain firmly routed in people’s minds. The stage adaptation follows the same story-line…

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THE BAND AT MILTON KEYNES THEATRE | A REVIEW

Prior to attending the show, I knew little about the Band, so I came to the theatre with a completely open mind, not quite knowing what to expect.  The story follows a friendship group of 5, 16 year old girls who bonded over their love for ‘the band’. The girls talk about their dreams and aspirations and…

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake at Milton Keynes Theatre | A review

Matthew Bourne’s adaptation of the famous Swan Lake has returned to Milton Keynes theatre; captivating audiences of all ages. This modern interpretation performed by Matthew Bourne’s ballet company, New Adventures is nothing short of genius. The audience is introduced to the young and impressionable prince who is struggling with his identify and the world he…

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Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine | Book review

Hi guys, I just finished my first book of the year; ‘Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine’ by author Gail Honeyman. And I couldn’t wait to write a blog post about it. One of my new year’s resolutions in 2019 is to read more. I’m aiming to read 12 books this year. Now, I know that…

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ART WITH MEG | PETER SMITH

Hi guys! I’m back with the second post from the Art with Meg series and today I’m talking all things Peter Smith. Peter Smith is an award winning international Lincolnshire based artist, most famous for his Impossimals®, Lost Impossimals, Lost Alice and his upcoming animation series. Peter has had such an interesting career! He has worked as…

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Art with Meg | XUE WANG

Welcome! So, this is the first post within a new art series that I am trying out on my blog. It seems like a fairly natural subject for me to delve into. I studied art when I was at school, I attended Cambridge school of Art to study my degree, and I also grew up…

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FILM EVENT | Explore the sets of Isle of dogs.

With the recent release of Wes Anderson’s second stop-motion film, Isle of Dogs, Fox Searchlight and Store X created an exciting installation to showcase the sets and puppets from the film. If you didn’t get the chance to get yourself down to the exhibition, i’ve got you covered! Feg and I queued for two hours…

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Hedda Gabler | Milton Keynes Theatre.

It has been a hot minute since I went to see a play. I tend to gravitate more towards musicals but watching Hedda Gabler was such a refreshing change! I hadn’t heard of Hedda Gabler before i received an email from Milton Keynes Theatre inviting me to the show. The original play was written by…

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