Listen to my first ever podcast appearance! I talk all things art and culture with Amy Harwood on her show, Art And Stuff,
Fierce, funny, fiery and fervent, and fusing the ancient and the modern, Bullish is brilliant; it grabs gender fluidity and definitions, and identity by the horns.
The usual; books, films, and some truly stunning artwork. Here's everything I enjoyed in August.
What the hell is a poetry slam? What should I expect if I go to one? How does it work? Why should I go to one? Am I good enough to perform? I share my first poetry slam experience with Hammer & Tongue, and answer some of your questions about what a poetry slam really involves.
February was short and sweet, full of theatre trips, cultural events, new podcasts and excellent reads. Find out what I loved the most in my latest Monthly Muses post.
The fourth in my Honest Haiku series, published for National Storytelling Week 2018.
Brighton-dweller and kawaii-queen Becci Mai Ford discusses how she founded her own crafting business, Ellbie Co. and why 'making happy' is the key to mindfulness and inspiration.
Vamos Theatre give a voice to dementia sufferers and carers, with a beautifully powerful and moving performance using silent, full-mask theatre.
From improvising Shakespearean tragedies, to an Adele parody and mental health awareness, these are the shows that stole my heart (and made me laugh!) at last year's Fringe - and the performers you NEED to check out in 2017.
Jennifer Harding is a funny force to be reckoned with in Funny Girl at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury.