UK Touring Theatre is bringing a new translation of Miss Julie to the Fairfield Halls this month. Tom Black had a chat with the cast about Strindberg, The Killing, and Croydon
The prospect of interviewing three experienced actors was somewhat intimidating. Would I get my words out in the right order? What would they think of my posture? Did I command the room with an … Read More »
Croydon’s Breakfast Cat Theatre stages staging a surprisingly timely performance of George Orwell’s 1984. Liz Sheppard-Jones reports, and explains why you should witness the show while you still can
On the day the Daily Mail attempted to lead the nation in a Two Minute Hate against welfare claimants, the powerful and intense opening scenes of Breakfast Cat’s 1984 makes the atmosphere in the … Read More »
Because zombies make everything better, apparently
If you haven’t heard of it, The Croydon Zombie Saga is a short story I wrote about the place I call home; Croydon.
A friend of mine described it as a “fast-paced, comedic, zombie thriller based in the housing estates of Croydon.” I liked the description so much I used it on my Amazon site.
In … Read More »