Magic out of a book

Do you believe in magic?

Let’s be honest, I was most definitely that kid who truly believed my Hogwarts letter might actually come when I was 11. I was also the kid who laid a blanket on the floor of her bedroom and pretended it […]

Shakespeare and Seinfeld

Shakespeare and Soup Nazis

Think Shakespeare isn’t relevant today? Here’s another drop in that bucket of wrong! Having recently finished up a whole season at a Shakespeare theatre, I’ve been inspired to share my love of it and my views on how it connects […]

Kim Kardashian and William Shakespeare illustrations

If Shakespeare met Kim Kardashian

It is 6:21 a.m. While the early morning light drifts softly across my bed, and my brain dreams happily of one thing or another, I am jolted awake by the harmonious, screeching tones of a garbage truck, right outside my […]

Theater stage and red seats

All the world is a stage

Theatre. What is it about the theatre that has drawn us for centuries? That peskiest, most wonderful art which never seems to stay squashed for long. What calls the flocks of hundreds of hopefuls each day to line up at […]

Women in Hollywood

PMS in Hollywood

“I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.” – Rebecca West Honestly, I don’t really like […]


The Princess problem and the Prince potential

Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be another article on how the princess culture is impeding progressive feminist ideals and creating beauty-obsessed girls in society. But it is going to be about how the princess thing shapes another real life […]

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