• Agatha Christie’s ‘Witness for the Prosecution’: Review

    Hello, Hello! Welcome back everyone to another post. Today I shall be reviewing something different, and that something is the play ‘Witness for the Prosecution’ which is currently running at London County Hall. For those of you who arent in the know about this play or story, Witness for the Prosecution was written by the Queen of Crime Agatha Christie in 1925 and was originally called ‘Traitors Hands’. The story was renamed in 1933, when it was published in a collection of stories called ‘The Hound of Death’ and to this day you can still only read it in a collection due to the length of the story. The story…

  • The Aftermath: Film Review

    Hi Everyone, Welcome back, I hope you are all well and in the mood for a good ol’ period drama review today! Now…..as you all know I am a massive period drama nerd, so big I would go as far to say that I couldn’t survive without them. I love everything about them, from the gorgeous costumes and people, to the period setting and the historical backdrops in which they are set. So when I saw the trailer to The Aftermath last year on YouTube, I knew there was NO WAY I could miss seeing it – Kiera Knightley + Post-War setting = perfection. Kiera is of course, the QUEEN…

  • Hidden History: The Brand New Historical App!

    Hey Everyone, I’ve got a slightly more personal blog post for you all today which explores my job as a freelance writer and researcher for a brand-new app called Hidden History. So, lets take this back to the start shall we? Following the completion of my BA History degree last summer I, like many others 20 somethings, found myself at a crossroad in my life where I was uncertain about what I wanted to do with my life. I knew that I wanted to work in the historical field…. however, I wasn’t sure how or what I wanted to do to get there. After a rough year or so (in…

  • Film Review: ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ (Peter Jackson)

    Hello Everyone, Today I have an extra special post for you. As we are now in the lead-up to the end of the centenary of the First World War, the commemorative events are in full swing and there are some amazing ones to behold. Today’s post is about one in particular, a brand new documentary film called ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’. For the first time in months, I went to the cinema last night. However, I didn’t go to the cinema to see just any film, I went to watch the live broadcasting of director Peter Jacksons newest cinematic masterpiece ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’. Commissioned by the Imperial…