If there’s something that I believe it is that there is no point in doing a Shakespeare, or any other classic for that matter, if you don’t do it for your own time. A 400 year old museum piece is fascinating but we do theatre because we want to move an audience. An audience will … More To Write or Not to Write…
It has been a very long time since my last blog post. So what happened in January? Well, a lot is the simple answer. (The picture may speak for itself.) So here is a breakdown just for you: Firstly I became one of the inaugural members of the Tron 100 club which launched last month, … More Combat and scripts
Last week was so incredible I’ve had to take a few days to just think about it and breathe. First off there was a masterclass in Greek Chorus work lead by the wonderful Judith Milligan, a renowned Leqoc practitioner and teacher. I’ve never been so tired nor so happy during a workshop before. In two … More Greek chorus and graduation times!
Today is a day of great news! My first play SAGA will be performed as part of Acting Up, an evening of short plays in Glasgow and I couldn’t be happier. SAGA is a short play, originally part of a practical research project for my Masters, and I am delighted that it now has a … More It’s time to Act Up!