Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Kings Theatre, Glasgow

Originally published in The Student Advertiser. Read the original article, and others by some of Glasgow’s up-and-coming journalists, here. Jason Manford takes the starring role in Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, arguably the ultimate children’s tale of imagination, adventure and courage. But does this new, big budget performance seem more like panto and less like the tale … Continue reading Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Kings Theatre, Glasgow

Review: Little Shop of Horrors, Theatre Royal, Glasgow

Published in The Student Advertiser. Read the original article, and others by some of Glasgow's up-and-coming journalists, here. Little Shop of Horrors is one of those ‘hit or miss’ productions. The company either takes the show too seriously, forgetting that Howard Ashman’s original screenplay was intended to be a satire of 1960s suburban American and the … Continue reading Review: Little Shop of Horrors, Theatre Royal, Glasgow

Interview: Louise Clifford, Veriette Illustration

British Mother's Day has been and gone for another year, but 2016 has been a little different. Thanks to the talents of local artist Louise Clifford - otherwise recognised through her business title 'Veriette Illustration' - my mum has something to remind her of how special she is that will last for years to come. Years … Continue reading Interview: Louise Clifford, Veriette Illustration

Scotcampus Magazine Article: Scotland’s Best Coffices

Here is another article which was published in Scotcampus Magazine this October, looking at the best coffee houses to cosy up in and get some serious work done this winter in Scotland. You can read the entire magazine here. In this age of portability – with devices as powerful as desktop computers and as small as mobile phones … Continue reading Scotcampus Magazine Article: Scotland’s Best Coffices

INTERVIEW: Shelia Kane, BBC Scotland Work Experience Co-ordinator

Published in TSA. Most people have an association with the BBC – be it listening to the radio to hear the breaking news or peeling your eyes reluctantly from the television during this integral part of dinner-time routine. It’s tuning in with Jackie Bird to welcome in the New Year and donating all your pocket … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Shelia Kane, BBC Scotland Work Experience Co-ordinator

I have an important announcement…

Tomorrow I begin a week-long internship with the Daily Record features department in their offices in Glasgow. This seems like the perfect opportunity to FINALLY tell everyone that I am now an official beneficiary of the Young Scot and Creative Scotland Nurturing Talent Fund - 'Time to Shine', and have been awarded a grant for my endeavours in … Continue reading I have an important announcement…