|At Glastonbury festival watching Beck|
Saturday, 31 December 2016
This year I invested my time heavily into entertainment, as 2016 wasn't the best year. I don't have to remind you of all the nonsense that happened. Whenever the world around me goes a bit cray cray I like to escape reality. I have compiled a list of my top 5 for each category, this has taken me some time to get right but I'm happy with my picks
Monday, 19 December 2016
|The gang at Glastonbury|
|Me and Mum at Cahoots|
Saturday, 17 December 2016
Friday, 11 November 2016
Don't wake up
I was very lucky to get tickets to Secret Cinema's 28 Day Later event. The immersive screening took place at a mystery location in London as well as other UK Citys from April 14 - May 29, 2016. 28 Days Later is the perfect film for Secret Cinema. It's a genre film held together by big set pieces and is exactly the sort of slow-burn cult movie that Secret Cinema should be focusing on.
Secret Cinema's legendary experiences are all about anticipation: the dressing up, the coded emails, the unknown elements. For that anticipation to turn into satisfaction, these nights really need to deliver on what they promise. The price for this extraordinary experience is £64.50 or if you were feeling very fancy it was £129 for the VIP experience. From what I understand this was the most expensive Secret Cinema extravaganza. This was my first time going to Secret Cinema after following the movement online for years.