First year English Language student at the University of Birmingham. Music and culture critic, aspiring poet and righteously the king of making sweet potato fries. Twitter: @deanvictorr. For contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Review: Dangerous Games, Lord of the Dance tour, Birmingham Symphony Hall
Lord of the Dance's sequel, Dangerous Games, painfully takes one tap too many and falls flat on its face.
Birmingham Pride 2015 Roundup
The rainbow flags were out for 2015's instalment of Birmingham Pride, with Jess Glynne and Example headlining the festival.
Theatre Review: Communicating Doors, Menier Chocolate Factory
Ayckbourn is undoubtedly the only playrwright to create a story of a domatrix and two dead wives...
Ballet Review: Woolf Works, Royal Ballet
Wayne McGregor’s triptych based on Virginia Woolf’s writing effortlessly twists literature and dance.
Interview: twenty one pilots
In a rather swanky tour bus, I sit opposite to Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, the pair that make up twenty one pilots. Our encounter comes just days before their third album is released; Blurry Face.
Interview: Nathan Ball
“An emotional rollercoaster and a few naughty guitar solos”, is what we can apparently expect from singer/songwriter, Nathan Ball, at this year’s Barn on the Farm festival. He sounds like a musical tease.
The Devil Wears Prada rumoured to be hitting Broadway
Yep, everyone's favourite not-so-guilty pleasure, The Devil Wears Prada, is rumoured to be about to grip the stage of New York in true Streep style.
Theatre Review: Carrie The Musical @ Southwark Playhouse
Known as the biggest flop in Broadway history, Carrie The Musical is back, and has us praying for salvation.
Theatre Review: Dirty Dancing @ Birmingham Hippodrome
Following a successful national tour in 2012, Dirty Dancing is back in Birmingham in true Swayze style, with Brummy born and bred Jessie Hart debuting her role as the iconic Baby. And no, no one puts her in the corner.
Interview: Luke Sital-Singh
One of Britain's best voices, Luke Sital-Singh chats all things internet, supporting and future plans.
Here's how to make sure your holiday goes smoothly if you're LGBT
In a world of LGBT tolerance being on an ever-changing gradient, here are our top tips for making sure your travel as a gay person is as safe and judgement free as possible.
Interview: Utah Saints
Dance pioneers Utah Saints talk sampling, technology changes and their love of Beat Herder festival.
Want to work in the West End? Memphis The Musical offering workshops for students
The cast of Memphis are offering an exclusive experience on the 23rd and 24th May, providing an oppurtunity to immerse yourself into the world of the West End.
Interview: Nicol Edmonds, First Artist at the Royal Ballet
I caught up with newly promoted Nicol Edmonds in between rehearsals.
Northern Ballet's 'Wuthering Heights': blurs boundaries between story and dance
Southampton's Mayflower Theatre sees Northern Ballet perform the Victorian classic, Wuthering Heights.
Theatre Review: The Nether @ Duke of York's Theatre
Following Es Devlin's Olivier award win for best set design, eyebrows were raised with regards to The Nether - and we needed to see the play before its closing next week.
Theatre Review: Memphis The Musical @ Shaftesbury Theatre
Memphis The Musical blows us away days after its Olivier wins.