A few weeks ago I shared a post with the pros and cons of living with my disability. The first and most important positive thing I mentioned was the friendships I’ve made over the years: “Getting to make lifelong friends through school, theatre groups and (The occasional brilliant) carers.“ There are in fact five particular… Continue reading How my disability created friendships
As I’ve mentioned on countless occasions throughout this blog, I have a big passion for live music and love attending gigs and festivals. The past 14 months has been jam-packed with music events. Below is a roundup of my live music reviews in winter 2017 and 2018: 1. The Pigeon Detectives The day was Tuesday,… Continue reading Live Music Reviews: 2017/18 Roundup
To get you in the ready for the 2013 festival season, hear about wheelchair user Emma Purcell’s first festival experience at Reading Festival. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2012/10/reading-festival-how-accessible-is-it/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow me on Twitter @P94Emma, follow me on Pinterest or use the Contact Form.
Summer is officially here and what a better way to start than rocking out to Foo Fighters at London Stadium. I’m aware this is a slightly late review, but trust me, it was worth the wait. Plus I wanted to open my new Monday Music feature in true rock style. In my opinion, Foo Fighters… Continue reading Review: Foo Fighters at London Stadium (night 2)