It’s been seven months since I started a full time job in a producing theatre. I’ve learnt many, […]
I’ve been thinking about how little we take contemporary faith seriously on stage, whatever form of religion or spiritualism that takes. […]
A farce on animal rights activists and cannabis set on a frog farm, Raising Martha lacks the through line to bring its grand themes together with the slapstick comedy. Features murderous human sized frogs and a Jeremy Corbyn look-a-like weed grower.
Well, that’s basically a list of do more of everything, isn’t it? I think essentially, I know how much I get from sitting down to write and think and contemplate and remember. Those will know me have to put up with my terrible memory and I really want this blog to be a place to collect all my experiences.
Apparently theatre bloggers don’t have any opinions any more. So I published a list of them.
What a cool lady. I turned up at the beautiful RIBA building having heroically made my way through […]
Stuck with what to get for the cultural friends in your life? I’ve got you covered.
I have conducted with great diligence, sincerity and scientific reason extensive research into a series of formulae for correct theatre marketing copy. This might also be considered a guide to How to Write Theatre Marketing Copy.
Snap to the future with tips from Culture Geek, a conference on digital transformation in the arts. Rebekah Ellerby looks into the future of digital marketing for theatre on a budget.
Basically what I want to get across is how daunting some theatre spaces can be when you’re on your own. And how that must multiply if you’re a theatre newbie – or even if you’ve just never been to that particular theatre before. Plus a top tip to say things to people who are by them self at a show.