Ni Hao Beijing!

China has never been a destination on my travel wish list. I find Asian languages tough to navigate, my knowledge of Chinese culture is elementary, and the actions of the Chinese Government to deploy their army to dissipate the student protests in Tiananmen Square on 4th June, 1989 left an indelible scar on my perceptions […]

Posted at 9:20 pm on May 29, 2012 | 3 comments | Filed Under: Travel | Continue reading

Bluesfest Part 2: The Music

In order of appearance, here are brief reviews of the acts I saw at Bluesfest over the Saturday/Sunday/Monday of Easter 2011. Saturday 23rd April RocKwiz (Live) We all stopped to check out the live show principally because it was in full swing on the first stage we came across (Jambalaya) upon entering the site. I am […]

Posted at 6:33 pm on April 30, 2011 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment, Music, Travel | Continue reading


Mise-en-scène refers to the design elements of theatre and film. The title of this blog serves to remind me to look at more than just the actors when I’m in the theatre or watching a film.

I work as an Events Manager and this occasional blog is likely to capture elements of the event, be they in a theatre, at a music festival, a sporting stadium, or tourism related.