I went on a walk with Inua Ellams and Side Story, wrote this poem, and it has been published in Stepaway Magazine. Cool.
Where elegance meets eloquence, you’ll find Lady Blue. Even when grappling with some of the most difficult, incomprehensible human trials through which we all go in one way or another, we find a way to thrive, often using art to express our progress. Throughout the process and creation of this publication—the anxiously-awaited second edition ofContinue reading “A story of mine…Lady Blue”
Dear Letters To Myself, Thank you for having me at Camden People’s Theatre to see your play. Was it a play? It seems like many things – but multi-platform-genre-challenging-arts-project-open-to-personal-interpretation is both quite a mouthful and sounds a bit wanky. It was a mix of reading and performing; page and participation; set in the past, presentContinue reading “Letters To Myself”
First published on WOWKent Hollie McNish is a couple of minutes late to the Folkestone Quarterhouse stage. She keeps peering through the curtains throughout the hour long show. Like she’s not quite fully focused on the audience. Which of course she’s not. Because she’s a mum. And since she unexpectedly became pregnant at the ageContinue reading “Hollie McNish tells Folkestone what she wishes she’d been told”
Entering the stage in eerie darkness with pale faces and gaunt expressions, Angus Barr and Sarah Corbett of Publick Transport invite us to come with them on a journey to Yorkshire – as villagers or audience – as they deconstruct and challenge the Bronte myth. Appearing in a flurry and panic with almost possessed eyes,Continue reading “We Are Bronte”