Nikhil is a model and performer based in London. After completing his A-Levels and a Musical Theatre course at the Arts Educational Schools London, he moved onto train in Musical Theatre at […]
Phoebe Eclair-Powell on working in lockdown, her journey into writing and tips for aspiring creatives.
Alexander Fadayiro on dancing in and out of lockdown, his top tips for sustaining a career in dance and his hopes for the industry going forward.
In October 2018, Ofsted, the assessors of educational standards across the country, announced a change to their focus of assessment: instead of examination results, schools will be deemed effective based on a […]
by Rachel C-Potter In a 2013 Button Poetry slam event held in Madison, Wisconsin, Neil Hilborn performed the poem that after going viral catapulted him to fame, landing him a contract as […]
by Adam Drazsky What goes into lyrics, and what does a musician’s writing reveal about their artistic development? David Bowie’s near five-decade career had its ups and downs, matched, in striking ways, […]
by Laura Austin “What are you going to do with an English Literature degree?” is a question my peers and I are often asked. The question is rarely fuelled by curiosity, but […]
Google these words: “Storytelling and Marketing”. Wait, read this first! But try it afterwards. You’ll be inundated with search results. Article after article will tell you that ‘storytelling’ should be intrinsic to […]
‘Book art’ has become something of a phenomenon, attracting writers and artists both amateur and professional. Kelly Murray’s ‘Paper Dress’ (made entirely of phone books) and Tom Phillips’s ‘A Humument’ may not […]
by Molly Burdett When the BBC began advertising their drama series Killing Eve several months ago, part of my excitement arose from the promise of a weekly viewing, with discussion and anticipation between […]