What do the Asia Argento allegations mean for #metoo?

It was recently revealed that Asia Argento, one of the main voices of the #metoo movement against sexual abuse, has paid an actor she allegedly abused of when he was a minor. As someone who’s written a novel about domestic violence and sexual abuse, a survivor, a feminist and someone who generally struggles to shut … More What do the Asia Argento allegations mean for #metoo?

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Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

What can you add to The Three Musketeers, a successful action-packed novel written centuries ago and developed through movies, comics and series? Can it even work as a play? Turns out it can. Here’s my review of the Iris Theatre‘s rendition of Alexandre Dumas’ novel. The Play You could tell from the word go that the … More Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

Flykick – kickboxing class review

In last week’s heatwave, every pole class in London turned into Bikram Pole. For a change and a challenge, I went and tried to kick the heat in the butt at Flykick in Marylebone. Here’s what a thought of this boutique kickboxing studio. The Studio Flykick is a martial arts gym, but it has nothing … More Flykick – kickboxing class review

5 Bikini Brands That Make Great Polewear

I’m a sucker for cool polewear to dance in. However, sometimes pole sets can be expensive, or a bit boring, and although I know some fantastic pole brands (which I’ll review separately), sometimes I like to change it up. So here are my top 5 bikini brands that make great polewear. Disclaimer This post will … More 5 Bikini Brands That Make Great Polewear

Pole Dance Class Quotes From The Pole Community

A while back I wrote a post about the weird things you get to hear in pole dance classes. The pole community wrote back on a bunch of Facebook groups, sharing their own weird quotes. So here they are – most of them are NSFW so if you’re under 18 and you’re reading this you … More Pole Dance Class Quotes From The Pole Community

Q&A with Cecilia Gragnani from Diary of An Expat

As an Italian Londoner, I’m always interested in hearing about other expats’ journey, especially if they’re from my country. So when I heard that Cecilia Gragnani, a fellow Italian Londoner, was about to star in a one-woman-show about being an expat, I knew I had to speak to her. Diary of an Expat When she … More Q&A with Cecilia Gragnani from Diary of An Expat

The Pole Dancer’s Guide To Sardinia’s Emerald Coast

The area where I was born, the Emerald Coast, in Northern Sardinia close to the town of Olbia, used to be only a rich man’s paradise. But with a bunch of new direct flights linking Olbia to London, Germany, Spain and a variety of other European cities, the Emerald Coast is now also starting to … More The Pole Dancer’s Guide To Sardinia’s Emerald Coast

What I’m Expecting From Magic Mike Live London

So in case you missed it Magic Mike Live is coming to London. Have you been living under a rock? HOW COULD YOU NOT KNOW? Anyway, as a pole dancer, a fan of out-there choreographies and of big muscly dudes I’m OBVIOUSLY an expert in this field and have a lot of expectations. Here they are. … More What I’m Expecting From Magic Mike Live London

Flowetic VIP Event Review

On Monday, I went to Flowetic‘s VIP event and I was introduced to the world of dance fitness. Here’s what I thought of it. Flowetic Flowetic is a fitness class combining dance, toning and strengthening exercises alongside stretching and relaxation. Using flowy music, the class is split in two parts: the first one mixes different … More Flowetic VIP Event Review