Someone else’s Story – Scratch Performance

I’ll be performing at Lighthouse Poole on Thursday as part of Scratch the Surface – an evening of short works across genres. Tickets are £5 available from the theatre and kick off is at 6pm. Someone else’s story is based on the written testimony of an Iraqi woman, artist and refugee, I will attempt toContinue reading “Someone else’s Story – Scratch Performance”

Looking Forward to 2016

As we approach the end of 2015 I am already excited to jump into a year of exciting new projects and developments, including a creative writing project supported by Lit Up!, working with people with experience of addiction and in the Spring I will be lecturing at Arts University Bournemouth, working with Acting students to developContinue reading “Looking Forward to 2016”

Performance coming up! – Left Luggage – 24/10/15

The “beautiful and moving poem about what it means to be human” will be performed in a slightly unusual venue at 4pm on Saturday October 24th at Chaplins Bar in Boscombe, Bournemouth. I’m performing as part of Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe, which you should check out (if you haven’t already!) as there’s some really excitingContinue reading “Performance coming up! – Left Luggage – 24/10/15”

Left Luggage – one more journey!

Left Luggage will be performed as part of Bournemouth Emerging Artists Fringe on October 3rd at 7pm Don’t miss out – tickets can be reserved for FREE here – recommended on the door donation of £3 You can catch a trailer of the show and more information in the ‘performance’ section of this website. Hope to see youContinue reading “Left Luggage – one more journey!”

To everyone I’ve ever loved….

…I spelt your name out in stones…. and  sandy beaches……. I was recently talking to a writer and poet about ‘The Distance Travelled’ (which has now brought me to Bournemouth, hence the incredibly long gap in digital updates), I was describing how it ends, me waiting and explaining to the audience that I made thisContinue reading “To everyone I’ve ever loved….”