At the start of March, BBC Radio 3’s The Verb had a really interesting discussion about The Language of Dance. Hosted by Ian McMillan he had conversation with Ismene Brown, a dance critic who’s written for the Spectator and the Telegraph, poet Scott Thurston, the writer and performer Nathan Walker and Maria Ferguson a spoken word… Continue reading The Language of Dance
I’ve always fancied myself as the next Darcey Bussell or Len Goodman and for one night only I got to experience what it is like to be a Strictly Come Dancing judge. Minus the paddles and scoring it was almost like being a judge on the BBC hit dancing programme. Keep Dancing is a new… Continue reading Review: Keep Dancing @ Theatre Royal, Newcastle
It all started when my Grandma sent me a competition created by The Evening Chronicle. It was a young reviewer competition that people aged 16-25 years of age had to write two reviews, whether it is a TV programme, music, film or theatre and sends them into The Evening Chronicle. If your reviews were chosen… Continue reading How did it all start?