Gothenburg at Easter: A trip down memory lane

I’ve been to Gothenburg (Sweden) a couple of times as a teenager, but haven’t had the opportunity to go since then, which is a shame. It’s such a beautiful coastal city full of stunning architecture and picturesque gardens. Although my main reason for going at the time wasn’t the sights. It was to attend a gaming convention known as ‘Goth-Con‘, with two of my friends. Goth-Con is an annual event held over Easter break at Read More…

Halloween Playlist

Whether I’m decorating the house for Halloween, throwing a Halloween party or waiting for trick or treaters I make sure to have a Halloween playlist with me. It always gets me in the Halloween spirit especially when it falls on a work day! I’ll often listen to my Halloween playlist on my drive to work. Halloween Playlist Dead in Hollywood – The Murderdolls Living Dead Girl – Rob Zombie The Addams Family theme song Somebody’s Read More…

Review: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The Barn Theatre Cirencester

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is a play I’m very familiar with, having studied it for my GCSE drama course. So when I heard it was playing at my local theatre (Sarah Louise Hughes who plays Little Voice was phenomenal. She has a very powerful voice and was able to capture the vulnerability of the character. On the other end of the spectrum, Gillian McCafferty as Mari (Little Voice’s mother), is definitely an Read More…

The Gloucestershire Steam & Vintage extravaganza 2018

Last Sunday I popped along to the Gloucestershire Steam & Vintage extravaganza with my family. We go along every year and it gets bigger each time – next year we may have to make a full weekend off it as there were many displays we missed out on! The show includes a huge selection of vintage transport, such as buses and coaches, commercial vehicles, classic cars, steam engines, traction engines, motorcycles, bicycles, military vehicles, emergency Read More…

London Film and Comic Con 2018

Last month my family and I made our yearly trip to the Olympia Exhibition Centre for London Film and Comic con (LFCC). The event is held over three days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) at the end of July and the highlight of the convention calendar for me. The show gets bigger every year and, in my opinion, this year’s line up was fantastic. With big names such as Jason Mamoa (Aquaman, Game of Thrones), Sam Read More…