Right before the pandemic took hold, actress Lydia Gerrard, 22, was covering her dream role on the Phantom of the Opera UK tour. She talks from her family home in west London about live performance in lockdown and the importance of doing what you love.
by Beth Wiffen Listen to Beth Wiffen’s interview with Fiona Green, a Curator at York Art Gallery. See how illustrator Quentin Blake brought Roald Dhal’s visions of the BFG to life, in their […]
by Beth Wiffen Olivia is a curator at the House of Illustration in London. One of her most recent exhibitions was ‘The BFG in Pictures’ which she co-curated with Quentin Blake. […]
Interview by Finley Harnett Paul Ewen’s second novel How To Be A Public Author is a blistering satire of the literary world, published and narrated as the pseudonymous Francis Plug. The Stray’s […]
A Christmas Carol, one of Charles Dickens’ most famous works, is about to be reimagined on stage by the Royal Shakespeare Company this winter. I spoke with its expert advisor, Professor John […]
Chloe Harvey Ben and Joe Farmer are brothers, hailing from Kingston-Upon-Thames. They are English and History graduates, respectively. Last Summer, over countless hours, they created a book about a clumsy polar bear […]
Anna Fraine Studying literature in the Global South was much different from my experience throughout school in the UK and whilst in my first year at York. During the end of my […]