Category: Media

  • 23rd May 2017

We Stand Together

Today, my heart has been with those who have lost their loved ones in the Manchester terror attack. Waking up to the news this morning, I just couldn’t believe what I was hearing – that a sick suicide bomber caused destruction at an Ariana Grande concert. A night which was supposed to be filled with…

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  • 26th April 2017

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Almost 20 years ago, we were introduced to J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Children and adults alike have followed Harry, Ron and Hermione through their time at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and have fallen in love with the magic, characters and the wonders of Hogwarts. We’ve seen our favourite characters fall in love, felt…

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  • 27th March 2017

Review: Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Continuing to remake its animated masterpieces, Walt Disney Pictures now brings us a re-make of the classic fairytale Beauty and the Beast. Originally screened in 1991, the story of Belle and the cursed prince has captured the hearts of many and when I heard that it was due to be released as a live action…

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  • 8th March 2017

Book Review: The Circle

Dave Eggers presents a powerful and thought-provoking notion in his 2013 dystopian novel, The Circle. Exploring the ever growing world of social media and the power of technology, this novel speculates what the future could possibly behold for a world that is becoming increasingly transparent. We follow the story of Mae Holland, a twenty something…

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  • 4th March 2017

The Rise of Snapchat and why it’s so popular

Snapchat is by far one of my favourite social media platforms. I could waste all day watching videos on the app if I could! People use it for a variety of reasons but for me, it’s a great way to keep up-to-date with what my favourite celebs, vloggers and friends are up to. Founded by…

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  • 21st February 2017

Bohomoon leading the way with Social Media Marketing

When I hear people say that they don’t “do” social media, it never fails to baffle me. Being part of a generation that has grown up with the founding and development of social media, I really do live my life on it. I log in to my accounts all day to get the latest news…

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  • 6th December 2016

Review: Peter Pan

Welcome to December! I can’t tell you how excited I was to wake up on the 1st and open a door on my advent calendar. You may have noticed that She Who Lives has a brand new banner for the festive season – I hope you like it! Every year, I love filling December with…

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  • 27th November 2016

Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Harry Potter fans are currently flocking to the cinema to return to J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world. It’s been five years (yes, really *sobs*) since the last part of Harry Potter’s story graced our screens but thanks to Rowling’s spin-off book, we all get to experience the magic again! Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them…

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  • 22nd November 2016

Review: The Woman in Black

Currently on the theatre circuit is the original The Woman in Black, which is coming to stages across the UK. I have always wanted to see this production live as I’ve read really positive reviews so I jumped at the chance to get some tickets when I heard it was coming to Exeter’s Northcott Theatre….

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  • 15th November 2016

Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Everybody knows that Bridget Jones’s Diary is the go-to film for single women. When I was single, I absolutely loved cracking out this little gem. It’s such a feel-good, empowering film with a lovely happy ending and plenty of comedy that we can all relate to. I mean, who doesn’t have a pair of massive…

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