Review: Thirty Seconds To Mars at The O2

  After an extremely long 115 day wait, I finally begun my 2018 gig campaign. First stop, Thirty Seconds To Mars at The O2. It was filled with a lot of singing and a lot of jumping (well shaking in my wheelchair!) The show was jam-packed with raving rifts, booming bass, dexterous drumming and vibrant… Continue reading Review: Thirty Seconds To Mars at The O2

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Learning disabled theatre’s success with pioneering project in Africa highlighted on World Down Syndrome Day

  This week there were global celebrations for World Down Syndrome Day. World Down Syndrome Day (21st March) is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012. This year the theme is #WhatIBringToMyCommunity. It aims to show how people with Down’s syndrome can and do make meaningful contributions… Continue reading Learning disabled theatre’s success with pioneering project in Africa highlighted on World Down Syndrome Day

A brief history of Stephen Hawking

This week the world lost an inspirational figure; Professor Stephen Hawking who passed away at his home in Cambridge aged 76 was an intelligent physicist best known for his work on black holes and relativity. The British scientist was famed for several books published about his work including A Brief History of Time. At the… Continue reading A brief history of Stephen Hawking