After Dark by Dominic Nolan: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review [Blog Tour]

I’m so excited to be posting this review! Today is my stop on the After Dark blog tour and my first ever contribution to a blog tour. Headline have organised this blog tour to celebrate the release of Dominic Nolan’s second novel, and the latest appearance of D.S. Abigail Boone, After Dark following Past LifeContinue reading “After Dark by Dominic Nolan: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review [Blog Tour]”

The Guest List by Lucy Foley: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review

Lucy Foley’s next murder mystery is finally here! Well, I say finally, but I’ve only had to wait since November after I read, and fell in love with, The Hunting Party (2019). As one of my most highly anticipated 2020 releases I couldn’t wait to see if the success of Foley’s twisty Scottish highland tale of aContinue reading “The Guest List by Lucy Foley: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Non-Spoiler Review”

Discussion: Turn of the Screw

I love seeing theatrical adaptations of literature generally but especially when I have studied that particular literature whether personally or during my time at university. It is because of this that I was so excited to see that the UK Tour of Tim Luscombe’s adaptation of Henry James’ darling of academia Turn of the Screw wouldContinue reading “Discussion: Turn of the Screw”

Review: Love From A Stranger

Agatha Christie is the most successful female playwright of all time including the legendary The Mousetrap which is now in its 66th uninterrupted year. This year a national tour of Love From A Stranger, from Christie’s repertoire shared with Frank Vosper, is making its way around the UK and has stopped off in Cardiff’s New Theatre. LoveContinue reading “Review: Love From A Stranger”

Review: Deathtrap

Cardiff’s New Theatre, to me, will always be my hub of experimentation and exploration as it allows me to see plays and musicals that I might not have tried otherwise. The latest thriller to grace the stage, Deathtrap, is no exception. Ira Levin presents a play that is proud of its thriller genre and heritage,Continue reading “Review: Deathtrap”