Less than a year ago, I wrote about what kind of a place our world and Britain is now. I can’t quite believe I’m writing about another terrorist attack.
Last night, 22 people have been killed and 59 people have been injured (figures at the time of writing) after going to a pop concert in Manchester.
Continue reading “For the 22.”
The Lines of Thought Exhibition was open in the University of Hull’s Brynmor Jones Library from 3rd January to 28th February (today). Despite working in the building next door (no, really, I do – no exaggeration), I only got round to going on the last day.
I know, I know! I can hear your tuts from here!
Continue reading “Lines of Thought”
For anyone who doesn’t know, the city I currently call home, Hull, is now the UK’s City of Culture for 2017! For as long as I’m living in Hull, I’m going to get involved and blog about all the amazing things happening in our city.
What does this mean for my blog?
It’s time to get viewing, reviewing, and cultured.
Continue reading “It’s time to get cultured.”
What glorious things can I say about Muse that haven’t been said already?
This was my second time seeing the band, and it couldn’t have been more different than the first time I saw them.
Continue reading “Muse LIVE at the Manchester Arena”
In case anyone hasn’t seen the film already, big apology, but this blog is going to have just a couple of spoilers!
Tory’s movie rating: 3.5 out of 5
Continue reading “Suffragette: my Friday night film review”