Live review of the intoxicating Warpaint, performing at Oxford's O2 Academy.
Review of Goldfrapp's live performance at Oxford's O2 Academy.
Read my review of Mark Thomas' latest show, The Red Shed, performed at Oxford's North Wall arts' centre.
Review of Stewart Lee's full-length stand-up show, Content Provider, which first appeared on the Daily Info.
Check out my live review of the Margo Price Band, which first appeared on Daily Info.
Finally I can offer a little review of Jonathan Lethem's 'The Ecstasy of Influence' because I have at long last finished it. It only took me two and a half years.
When you feel something deeply, it is extremely difficult to translate it into words. They can be so isolating. But this week, I have tried.
Seamus Heaney died this week, and with his poem 'Blackberry-Pickings' he has reminded me of the importance of honesty and the danger of influence when experiencing the disappointments of life.
Gershwin and his oysters got me thinking about popular culture, artistic merit and the gifts we get from kindly creatives.
Little illuminations on the culture of female sexuality really do pop up in the most unexpected of places.
It's all a question of normalising what it is to be on a spectrum.
Coffee got me through the basics this weekend, but no further, so today I have left the creativity up to others. They're very good at it.
Once seen, why do people not continue to notice, see and speak about a divide that seems to persist so silently?
This weekend I attended the terribly hip and oh-so trendy London Coffee Festival. And it was absolutely bloody brilliant.