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 […]
I don’t know about you, but I used to be one of those people who said, “Nope. No. I’m not getting TikTok, it’s rubbish- bring back Vine!) Then the lockdown of March 2020 happened, I suddenly had a lot of time on my hands, and next thing I knew, I found myself enthralled. No, it’s not Vine, but TikTok is full of hilarious, creative human beings who made my lockdown that much brighter.
From her work on Staged, indeed to have worked at all, one might assume that Lucy Eaton was immune to the pandemic’s effects on the creative industry. But speaking to her further suggests otherwise.
“shit just got real” – is very much the appropriate reaction to working with Samuel L Jackson. And it’s come from Lucy Eaton, as she talks to me about working on the BBC’s hit lockdown series Staged.
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 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 […]
In a tiny village in the centre of York stands a 13-sided playhouse. We rush past stalls offering culinary delights, the pretty Elizabethan garden, and then the portaloos to the ‘groundlings’ entrance. […]
Reflections a poetry reading by Henri Cole,23 October 2017, University of York. Mau Baiocco Poetry readings are in the ascendancy, yet no one can quite agree on what we get out from […]
Sienna Bahi As part of TakeOver Festival 2017 at York Theatre Royal, young artists put on an original production named Amphibious, a creative piece centred around six young interns all battling for […]
Becca Challis Mexico, 1914. Not the typical setting for my favourite of Shakespeare’s comedies Much Ado About Nothing. However, as my eyes wandered over the set – a derelict train carriage with […]