Other Writing

Outside of the projects listed on my website, I frequently write for external websites and publications. For the past four years, I have been the resident theatre columnist for Vale Life Magazine. My entire history of articles for their print magazine can be seen by clicking on their logo below. There is also a link to the blog section of my website, which I use once in a while. And below that is a handpicked selection of my other writing from other publications and websites.

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The list below was last checked on January 15th, 2021.

I want to be alone again without feeling lonely on Medium (15/01/21)

Feeling grief for a celebrity is totally normal on Medium (15/07/20)

Edinburgh in August: A Memoir on YouTube (12/07/20)

Which 2019 Emmy award winners should you be watching? for Miro Magazine (06/10/19)

Writer/Director Robert D. Krzykowski discusses Hitler, the Bigfoot and the importance of supporting independent film for Miro Magazine (04/05/19)

Olivier Awards 2019 – who’s going to win? Who should? for Miro Magazine (29/03/19)

Who are Onstage Theatre Seats for? for Miro Magazine (11/03/19)

Oscars 2019 predictions, who’s going to win… and who should? for Miro Magazine (22/02/19)

The subtle brilliance of American Crime Story’s ‘Versace’ second season for Miro Magazine (18/05/18)

Oscars 2018 predictions, who’s going to win…and who should? for Miro Magazine (01/03/18)

The brilliance of Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards, and why is it so controversial? for Miro Magazine (26/02/18)

The best and worst of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror…so far for Miro Magazine (01/11/17)

The 15 best songs from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season Three for Miro Magazine (13/10/17)

Hella Good: Insecure Season Two recap and analysis for Miro Magazine (27/09/17)

American Horror Story: Cult was more than just political backlash for Miro Magazine (12/09/17)

Top Tips for London Theatre Bloggers for TodayTix (26/05/17)

West End Theatre Profile: Rukaya & Shaun for Theatre People AU (22/04/17)

An Interview with Carol Channing for Theatre & Performance (Feb 2016)