Tag Archive: review

There is no place like home

‘This is our town, this is our place’. ‘There’s one paki here’. You would think those lines were linked wouldn’t you? The sentiment is, for sure. But the first line is taken from… Continue reading

Fifty Shades Film Review and Self-Reflection

It has been a long love affair that came to a head on Valentine’s Day. It was during my Master’s in Philosophy and Literature at the University of Warwick when I first dipped… Continue reading

A Thousand Splendid Suns

‘A Thousand Splendid Suns that hide behind her walls’; Laila and Mariam that hide behind her walls. The title of the novel ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’ written by Khaled Hosseini is taken from… Continue reading

Michael Clark Company: Triple Bill

Michael Clark Company, Barbican, London: review As a novice to abstract dance, the Michael Clark Company: Triple Bill held at the Barbican Centre was contemporary and captivating. As though watching quartet notes coming… Continue reading

Premiere of “The Island”

After attending fashion designer Danish Wakeel’s clothing launch ‘Peacock Revolution’ at The Hilton Hotel last summer, I expected the premiere of his film ‘The Island’ to be as quirky as his clothing collection.… Continue reading