What is it that makes one ‘creative’? Is it a biological tendency to use one side of the brain more than the other? Is it due to being raised in a house of music, literature, and art? Or is it a personal drive to express oneself in a free and different way? I suppose it … More The Creativity Concept
Recently, I have been witness to appalling levels of unprofessionalism within a working environment that I am a part of. It developed after a rival ‘company’ was started up – rather than finding this competition as an opportunity to tighten up the way we work and get some friendly motivation going, the head of the … More The Line of Professionalism
After another evening as Front of House staff (read here about what it’s like in such a job), I was again allowed to sit on the back row and watch the show for free. It was a performance of David Eldridge’s Festen, put on by 3rd year Acting students from the on-campus Drama School. It … More Is it all too much?
I am once again battling with the question: to move, or not to move? I am currently in University residences – it is a very nice building, a good size room with an en suite, my flatmates are (on the whole) a nice group of people, and there is nothing to suggest I am having … More Home or Away
Over the weekend I went to the wedding of a very good friend of mine – they are a very deserving couple and it was so lovely to see them grinning and laughing the whole way through. But weddings invariably spark debate – what constitutes a ‘good’ wedding? Is one style better than another? What … More Wedding Bells