From Screen to Stage: An Interview with Noah and Jordan (the telepathic comedy duo with the saddest sob story you’ll have heard all evening)

Noah and Jordan have had a very exciting few years. As the creators of award-winning online series’ Wannabes and Daydreamers, in addition to their popular sketches, as featured on the British Comedy Guide and the infamous Funny or Die website, the pair are effortlessly accessible as RnB loving grandmas or petty superheroes. Now, however, they … More From Screen to Stage: An Interview with Noah and Jordan (the telepathic comedy duo with the saddest sob story you’ll have heard all evening)

Empathy Museum @ LIFT Festival (aka the day I became a sewage flusher)

Yesterday evening I swung by London’s latest pop up, Empathy Museum, as part of Lift Festival. Located right beside North Greenwich station, the two exhibitions: a pop up interactive shoe shop and pop up library, are easily accessible and identifiable, if a little ambiguous to passers by. The premise of the shoe shop is simple: … More Empathy Museum @ LIFT Festival (aka the day I became a sewage flusher)

This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) @ Soho Upstairs

★★★★ Those who are ready for a daring piece of modern theatre exploring contemporary issues through the stories of often under-represented communities should not let This Much pass them by. Central character Gar is torn between two relationships: a stable, long-term commitment with partner Anthony and an unpredictable, passionate adventure with Albert. His dilemma is exacerbated by his … More This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) @ Soho Upstairs

Russian Dolls @ King’s Head Theatre – Press Night Review

★★★★★   The debut performance of Kate Lock’s, Russian Dolls, in my view, proved itself as a vital piece of theatre for our age. Winner of the 2015 Adrian Pagan award for Playwriting, Russian Dolls achieves what so many other aim for, and I am so glad that organisations such as the Kings Head Theatre … More Russian Dolls @ King’s Head Theatre – Press Night Review