RESET2020 with Company Wayne McGregor

2020. It’s been a difficult year for the dance industry, and especially for freelance artists, freelance dancers, and recent dance graduates. Thanks to the Covid pandemic and resultant lockdown, there has been very little in the way of dance opportunities both here in London and all over. Theatres have been closed, audiences prohibited, dance classes,…

Secret London: Barbican Conservatory

Hi dancers! I really hope that you have been enjoying my Secret London series. I’ve been posting dance photo galleries here for a couple of years now, but this series is a way for me to add another element and share with you some of the places I love in my home city. I’m trying…

Secret London: The Garden at 120- Photo Gallery

Hi dancers! One of the benefits of having a photographer boyfriend is that my Instagram feed is never short of great professional photos. We really love to collaborate on fun experimental photoshoots- in the past we’ve thrown around paint powder, and glitter, I’ve gotten my pointe shoes out in Notting Hill, and we’ve been kicked…

What’s Going On? Posterior Impingement Syndrome

Hi dancers & dance lovers! If you don’t follow me on social media, this will be the first you’ve heard from me in some time. That’s actually because I’ve been out for several months with an injury. Even though that means I’ve technically had more time for writing than I usually would, creating content about…

Review of BalletBoyz Them/Us

Last night I was fortunate enough to attend the BalletBoyz West End debut with the double bill Them/Us at the Vaudeville Theatre. I’d seen and heard a lot about the small company, including some of their programmes on Sky Arts a few years ago, but hadn’t yet had the opportunity to watch them in performance. This…

Guide to Bullet Journaling for Dancers

This is a long-promised post, so I really hope it helps out those of you who are already bujo fans, or if you’re interested in starting your first bullet journal. I’m going to tell you about bullet journaling, why bullet journaling is a useful practice for dancers, how I use my bullet journal, and give…

Photo Gallery: Notting Hill

Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed last month’s planner posts- if you missed them, you can read about my reviews of The Happiness Planner here and the MiGoals 2019 diary here. I am still planning to post about bullet journaling for dancers, which will be my next post! However I thought I’d also post something…

Review: MiGoals Goal Planner & Diary

I hope that everyone has been having a great month & start to 2019! As promised, here is my second of three posts showing you some of the ways I use planners and journals to keep on top of things in my dance and personal life. The first post talked about The Happiness Planner and…