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“Queen of the post-show Q&A” and champion of the best of British theatre

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What did you miss? Videos, photos and coverage from my previous talks and webinars.

Empty in Angel post-show video and photos: Why are unions more important than ever in the gig economy?

By |21 November 2021|

Here's the brutal truth about many of our rights: we only really have them if we have the wherewithal to fight for them when they're trampled on. That's certainly the case when it comes to employment rights.
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I’ve been championing theatre, online and offline, for more than 20 years – including running “legendary” post-show talks and panel discussions for plays and musicals across London and beyond. (As well as quite a few Zoom events since Covid!)

For over 16 years, I was the driving force behind the British theatre website, WhatsOnStage.com, the WhatsOnStage Theatre Club and the WhatsOnStage Awards. I co-founded the company and oversaw its editorial content, branding and events.

Other online theatre businesses I have established include MyTheatreMates.com, a collective of independent theatre bloggers, and StageFaves.com, a social media directory for musical theatre.

For several years, I also produced the annual Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards, the only theatre awards decided entirely, and democratically, by working theatre critics.

And, just for fun, I blog and tweet about theatre too!

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Here’s where you can follow my nights out at the theatre beyond my post-show Q&As. You can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

The Choir of Man: Dedicated to the 2000 pubs closed during lockdown

17 November 2021|

Here's a sobering statistic: 2,000 pubs closed during lockdown. Lost forever. The scale of that loss really struck me when I heard performer and (brilliant) poet Ben Norris recite it during The Choir of Man at the Arts Theatre. And, in fact, it's likely an underestimate.
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