Hollie McNish tells Folkestone what she wishes she’d been told

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”

So, This is What Happened…: Stories of the everyday

First published on State of the Arts There are numerous speaking events these days, where famous and high profile people tell of their adventures and exploits. But even lowly individuals have stories to tell. So, This is What Happened offers an opportunity for all of us to tell those tales, and the audience to appreciateContinue reading “So, This is What Happened…: Stories of the everyday”

My Beautiful Black Dog

It’s running late, and if we don’t start soon, I’ll have to miss it.The packed line up at the Southbank’s Changing Minds festival means I’ve booked events back to back and delays are screwing my schedule. A one woman musical soirée about depression – I get where this is going, it’s fine. But I am aware itContinue reading “My Beautiful Black Dog”

Scriggler #6 – festive favourites, no tinsel

  Who’s up for some literary fun then? It’s been over a year since the first event and as we’re coming up to a rather special time of year, we thought it would be worth celebrating with a bit of a ‘best of.’ Scriggler Live #6 – The Christmas special, will be taking place on ThursdayContinue reading “Scriggler #6 – festive favourites, no tinsel”