Why is it important?

Originally posted on Catherine Love:
Another morning, another angry-making article about theatre criticism. Today’s harbinger of doom is Tim Walker, recently axed former theatre critic of the Sunday Telegraph, bemoaning “a bloodbath among my fraternity” (what a telling choice of words there). You can probably save yourself the depressing read and guess the gist of…

My Experience In The Edinburgh Fringe World

During The Edinburgh Fringe Festival most of my fellow writers at Kettle were out and about reviewing shows. I was viewing the Fringe from a different angle; I was part of the voluntary Marketing/Front of House team with Northern Stage, working at Kings Hall. That meant that I was working on Box Office, Flyering on… Continue reading My Experience In The Edinburgh Fringe World

My Week Of Culture

Stepping aside from my stepping stones of how I got where I am today. I wanted to tell you about how the first week of my Easter holidays was jam packed with culture. Starting with Gary Barlow and Ending with a show of Cabaret (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uxzhs3ShFVs) Yes so while you were all out spending your pennies… Continue reading My Week Of Culture

TFM Soundworks Present Tinie Tempah

TFM Soundworks are all about developing and helping people to express themselves though music and what better way to do that by presenting Tinie Tempah to the north east audience. This new music venue in Middlesbrough will be home to a two time Brit Award winner. Tinie Tempah won Best British Breakthrough Act and Best… Continue reading TFM Soundworks Present Tinie Tempah

Gary Barlow Coming To Newcastle

We all know Gary Barlow as being one fifth of Take That. Following the launch of his single he is going it alone and taking his album ‘Since I Saw You Last’ on tour to Newcastle. This isn’t the first time that Gary Barlow has gone solo, since the split from Take That he has… Continue reading Gary Barlow Coming To Newcastle

How did it all start?

It all started when my Grandma sent me a competition created by The Evening Chronicle. It was a young reviewer competition that people aged 16-25 years of age had to write two reviews, whether it is a TV programme, music, film or theatre and sends them into The Evening Chronicle. If your reviews were chosen… Continue reading How did it all start?