REVIEW: Thompson Hall’s HOUSE Festival 2016 exhibition

REVIEW: Thompson Hall’s HOUSE Festival 2016 exhibition

Thompson Hall – Home Away From Home A HOUSE/Outside In co-commission The Regency Town House 13 Brunswick Square, Hove 30 April – 29 May The venue for this exhibition was a house with beautiful architect and structure. It really worked well feeling like you are in a...
REVIEW: London Comic Con 2015

REVIEW: London Comic Con 2015

I went to London Comic Con 2015, a convention dedicated and themed around current popular media such as comic books, film and videogames. I went with my friends Jason and Terry, we explored stools which sold merchandise, games, artwork and costumes; speaking of which....
REVIEW: Zootropolis

REVIEW: Zootropolis

In the world of Zootropolis, mammals both prey and predator have evolved beyond their savage ways as shown through a children’s school play performed by our protagonist; Judy Hopps. She dreams of being a police officer despite everyone saying she can’t. Through a...
REVIEW: Felicity Hammond exhibition at House 2016

REVIEW: Felicity Hammond exhibition at House 2016

Felicity Hammond A HOUSE/Photo works co-commission Show Room: The Language of Living The University of Brighton Galleries, 154-155 Edward Street, Brighton, BN2 0JG 30 April – 29 May This used to be an American Express office. One floor is now part of  Brighton...
REVIEW: Annie the musical at Theatre Royal Brighton

REVIEW: Annie the musical at Theatre Royal Brighton

I went to see Annie at Theatre Royal Brighton. I really enjoy the show I would see it again. The singing was very good and it was very inspiring. The scene design was amazing; I like how they set it out whole play. It was fun how they got the crowd involved it felt...