Hi! I am an ex-medical student turned actress, with a big passion for theatre, writing and human behavior. I’m doing the last year of my BA at Drama Studio London, and loving every minute of it!
Theatre Review: Of Our Own Making @ Tara Theatre
In a time when Brexit has separated Britain into us and them, Something Underground Theatre Company has produced a powerful performance that resonates deeply.
Theatre Review: Cuzco @ Theatre503
A deeply passionate play that is let down by its translation to English, despite some stellar acting by Dilek Rose.
Theatre Review: Ghost Girl // Gwei Mui @ Camden Peoples Theatre
A small, tight performance that does what it sets out to do and resonates deeply.
Theatre Review: Outlying Islands @ The Kings Head Theatre
A very well directed take on this peculiar play, involving two ornithologists becoming stuck on an island with only the owner and his daughter for company.
Theatre Review: Anomaly @ Old Red Lion Theatre
The #Metoo campaign is putting focus on the big dogs in the entertainment industry, and Lucy Warden's striking play focuses on the women who are left in the aftermath.
Theatre Review: Nine Night @ Trafalgar Studios
One of the play's strengths is its specificity, though that also meant that lots was lost on non-Jamaican audience members.
Theatre Review: Tobacco Road @ Pleasance Theatre
A talented and highly entertaining cast let down by a poorly-paced script.
Theatre Review: Super Duper Close Up @ The Yard Theatre
A highly relevant piece which forces the audience to look at themselves.
Theatre Review: Billy Bishop Goes to war @ Jermyn Street Theatre
A must-see for every theatre lover.
Theatre Review: Victoria's Knickers @ Soho Theatre
A great evening's entertainment despite some minor flaws.
Theatre Review: Consensual @ Soho Theatre
An impressive production from the National Youth Theatre.
Theatre Review: Semites @ The Bunker
play that makes you wonder how life would be in someone else's shoes.
Theatre Review: The Distance You have Come @ Cockpit Theatre
Beautiful singing let down by lack of substance.
Theatre Review: The Scarecrows Wedding @ Leicester Square Theatre
Keeps the kids captivated and laughing along.
Theatre Review: One For Sorrow @Royal Court Theatre
A terror attack and the arrival of a stranger crack the perfect facades of a nice middle class family, reveliang the not so pretty reality hiding underneath
Film Review: Lipstick Under My Burkha
This bold feminist film focuses on the sexual desires, dreams and ambitions of four middle class women in India.
Lipstick Under My Burka: The comedy banned for being too lady orientated finally gets release date
The award winning film has been given a US theatre premiere.