Mischief Theatre are a British theatre company that specialise in physical comedy, they've had huge hits in the West End and across the world, such as The Play That Goes Wrong, The Comedy about a Bank Robbery, Peter Pan Goes Wrong and many more. I've had the pleasure of watching some of these productions and I have … Continue reading TV Review: The Goes Wrong Show – Series 1
I really enjoyed the first series of White Gold, and it's been an awfully long wait for Series 2, but it finally arrived a couple of days ago and I've already binged all of it. I'm happy to say that it was on par with the first season, and I really hope that this isn't the end … Continue reading TV Review: White Gold – Series 2
I'm a sucker for a murder mystery, so I was excited when I saw that the BBC would be adapting Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders. This three-part series stars John Malkovich as famous detective Hercule Poirot, alongside Rupert Grint as Inspector Crome. Malkovich is fantastic as the Belgian detective, and this series makes the bold decision … Continue reading TV Review: The ABC Murders
I will always try and find the positives in something, and I'm always willing to give something a chance. I have had a few comments saying that I have been harsh on Chris Chibnall, but I honestly feel that I have been fair and as always, I want the best for Doctor Who and I do … Continue reading TV Review: Doctor Who Season 11, Episode 5. “The Tsuranga Conundrum”.
After last weeks brilliant episode, it was almost inevitable that this one would be a step down... It was, but it wasn't awful. Sticking to tradition of some previous companions, this episode served as the "companions return home to then decide they want to keep travelling" story. It worked mostly, especially with Graham, I really … Continue reading TV Review: Doctor Who Series 11, Episode 4. “Arachnids in the UK”.
I recently finished watching BBC series The Cry, starring Jenna Coleman. (Best known for her roles as Clara in Doctor Who and Queen Victoria in Victoria.) This 4-part mystery drama follows Joanna Lindsay (Coleman) and her husband Alistair (Ewen Leslie), the premise of the story is that Alistair is trying to gain custody of his teenage daughter and bring … Continue reading TV Review: The Cry