The Frankenstein Moment

So tonight Bear and I happened to find ourselves watching “How To Build A Bionic Man”. It was fascinating to see the medical advancements humanity has made, from teaching a woman to see again to saving a man’s life by replacing his heart with an artificial one. It is incredible to see how those men…

Book Club: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

I first came across The Tenant of Wildfell Hall when I was in sixth form, age 17, when I had joined a book club alongside some of my friends and a few teachers. It was well liked by my fellows but I hadn’t got to it yet and was in general rather busy. It looked…

The Listening Stone

I am taking a little time out of my evening to tell you about a book which is not only lovely and beautiful, but for a wonderful good cause too. Written by Donna Jennings and illustrated by Gillian Gamble, both living in bonny Scotland, this promises to be a gorgeous piece of any child’s collection….

My CMaDness

Monday night was the final Remedy, and final day of being a committee member of CMaD (otherwise known as Christian Music & Drama). I have been involved since my first year of university in 2007, and continued in some capacity, all the way till now when I am a working graduate wife. Quite a lot…

"Much More Than Only Shadows" The Tribe's Review of Shadowlands

Alex Mullarky reviews ‘Shadowlands’, the Barron Theatre, St Andrews, 24 February 2012 Sadly, I could not be at this wonderful play despite wishing to deeply. Thankfully many of the St Andrews bubble did go and loved it – here is a review featured in The Tribe. Congratulations to all involved, and a particular applause for…