Category: Rambling Brambles

2018. What a Year!

As I prepare myself to enter a New Year it’s worth meditating on the last one. It’s been a year filled with some real positives. I travelled to Seattle to take part in 14/48. The PPP collective has gone from strength to strength. I’ve written a couple of plays and at least one poem a […]

Time For A New Revolution

Laura Taylor is a poet and a downright good egg. She kindly came to do Yes We Cant. The Poets, Prattlers, and Pandemonialists show running once a month at The Pretty Bricks in Walsall. She did a poem about call centre workers and how badly they are treated by callers and managers. It was an […]

They Don’t Want Working Class Actors

This morning I awoke to this story: And I have to admire anyone trying to convince these drama schools to reduce their audition fees but I do find the situation futile. We have to accept that there is every possibility they don’t want working class actors. You see, there are two reasons for why they […]

I’m Awful At Updating My Blog

If you only followed me through this blog you’d think nothing happened since May. Yet in reality I’ve done Edinburgh Fringe, helped set up a successful poetry night, had another play performed (see wicked image to the left), struck a great relationship with another theatre company, helped set up some events for Wolverhampton Literary Festival, […]