Archive | April 2012

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Giant Causeway: A happy accident

Incredible, beautiful and magnificent! These are the best words to describe the coast of Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland bites deep in history and natural beauty. This is essentially the case towards the north coast of Ireland. It is a place that doesn’t seem real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have left.  For […]

Using Theatre as a Tool for Changing Bad Agricultural Practices

Drama or performing arts has been a powerful tool in reaching out to a vast number of people across the world. It creates awareness among people be they illiterate, semi-literate or literate. For instance, People learn about the legal consequences of rape, spousal violence and child labour from drama. Dramatizing spousal violence, dramatizing sexual harassment, […]

“Easy reading is damn h…

“Easy reading is damn hard writing”- Nathaniel Hawthorne

The Titanic: A Parable of our Times

The Titanic was one of the largest ships ever built; it is also one of the most documented of all naval or maritime wrecks of all times. I have been obsessed with the titanic ever since I watched the movie in 1998 when I was still a teenager. It was a movie that I could […]

On your marks, get set…Go!

Our lives are like boats, sailing where the wind blows. This is the adventurous story of my journey throughout the four regions of the United Kingdom (UK) in a day. I began this journey in the summer months of August 2009. My journey started off in Belfast (Northern Ireland) through Scotland, Wales and finally ending […]