There are countless Christmas films to choose from to watch, not all great but mostly cute and festive at least. But Christmas films with LGBTQ or diverse casts are very far and few between. Here are 12 films that tick those boxes I recommend looking up if you want some new suggestions.
“Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” has been a highly successful West End show and film, based off the real-life story of Jamie Campbell (now New in the show). Now the uplifting, hilarious, emotional and fabulous production is touring the UK to spread its message of anti-bullying, self-love and acceptance of others’ differences and dreams. Read my review of it in Liverpool here!
Bowing out this year’s crazy number of Marvel Studios releases on Disney+ is “Hawkeye”. Another “sideshow superhero” who is finally getting his chance to shine, will Clint Barton and Kate Bishop’s dynamic archery duo hit the target dead centre?
Anti-Bullying and Trans Awareness Week are important dates that prompt important learning and discussion in the Early Years. Here are 10 books to supplement EYFS education and literacy skills that teach young children about diversity, inclusion, acceptance, feelings, and the difference between right and wrong.
“Frozen”, Disney’s highest-grossing animated film (before its sequel came out) and arguably the most popular of the 21st Century, is now a musical that has finally arrived in London’s West End! But how does it translate to the stage and compare to the film? Find out in my review here.
“Eternals”, the third Marvel film out this year and the most pivotal in introducing us to Phase Four of the MCU is now out. How will this film centring around a group of super-powered celestial “saviours” as they battle to save Earth fair compared to the might Avengers? Read my review here.
Disney On Ice returns this year for its new show “Find Your Hero”. But while it is visually spectacular with a cast of talented skaters there to excite audiences, its name is slightly misleading and not as extravagant as its 2019 show “100 Years of Magic”.
Have you been told you’re quiet at work or felt you couldn’t speak up when you wanted to for whatever reason? Or regretted not saying something you don’t agree with until it was too late? Here are my 5 tips on how to speak up and gain more confidence in the workplace against something you feel needs addressing or changing!
Christina Aguilera’s coming of age album, “Stripped”, is an iconic, influential and inspirational musical masterpiece. To mark the multi-million selling and multi-award winning album’s 19th anniversary, here are my top 10 tracks favourite from it.
Despite me not being a viewer or fan of Drag Race, I am a fan of musicals and the theatre so I thought I’d give Death Drop a chance – and it doesn’t disappoint! Read my review of this dragtastic show’s first night at The Lowry on it’s UK tour here…