I’ve been living in Paris for the last year, as part of my ongoing quarter-life-crisis, and some of the best things I’ve done and enjoyed while living here have actually been fairly low-key, out-of-the-way activities. Don’t get me wrong, the Eiffel Tower and L’Arc de Triomphe are incredibly beautiful and well worth visiting, but sometimes … More 12 Off-The-Beaten-Track Things To Do In Paris
A fun mix of divorced parents, university, travel, weird landlords and high London rents have meant that I’ve moved house a lot over the past seven years. In total, I’ve lived in about nine different houses or flats since I was 18, give or take, and I’m about to move again. This time, to a … More Getting Ready To Move Again
Earlier this year, I wrote an article for The F-Word about bisexual visibility in TV and film, and gave examples of seven great things to watch containing well-written bi characters. It was really fun to put together, but the thing is… it was also really hard. The piece took about a week to write because … More It’s 2017. We Need More Bisexuals in TV and Film.
Tuesday 24th October 2017. It starts with a film. The Birthday Party, co-written and directed by Annie Clark, plays on a big screen to welcome the audience. The dark comic short does two things as a ‘support act’ for the concert: it sets a creepy Stepford-wives aesthetic tone for the rest of the show, and … More Review: St Vincent at Le Trianon, Paris
At the beginning of this year I set myself a challenge: no more books by white, straight men. Or, at the very least, fewer books by white, straight men. In 2014 I finished a degree in English Literature, and if it weren’t for the elective modules that I took on 20th – 21st century literature … More A Year of Diverse Reading