Review: Top 12

Because I’m so behind in reviews and it would take me forever and a day to review everything I’ve seen in the last 9 months, I’ve decided to whack it all into one post, and I’ve even ranked them from 1-12 in order of which was my favourite to least favourite performance. I actually started … Continue reading Review: Top 12


University: Year 1

Although my time at DMU is now very much a thing of the past, I thought it’d be nice to summarise that year in a post. Moving to a big city like Leicester was really exciting for me, I felt I was ready for a change and I was ready to move away from home. … Continue reading University: Year 1

Lauren Ash – When Sentences Move More Than Steps

Hi all! I did an interview for CC’s blog Footsteps and Stories ‘Dedicated to honouring and celebrating women in tap’ a while back and realised I never shared it with my lovely followers! I know I’ve been a tad distant, but sharing this is the first step in getting back into my blog. I had fun answering these questions and was completely flattered for the feature. Thanks, CC!

Footsteps and Stories

13597707_964268200359040_1826369052_a.jpgLauren Ash can tap, but isn’t a tapper in the Melinda Sullivan sense. She is, like me, someone who greatly admires tap and holds a deep respect for those who practice and master it.

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52 Portraits

52 Portraits is a digital dance project by choreographer Jonathan Burrows, composer Matteo Fargion and video maker Hugo Glendinning, produced by Sadler's Wells - I was introduced to this at uni.  A short gestural performance portrait was released by a different dancer or performer every Monday throughout 2016. Each artist was interviewed and their responses have … Continue reading 52 Portraits