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Gender Quotas, #WakingTheFeminists, And The Fact That I’m The Best Writer In The World

I’m better than her. And her. And her. And her and her and her. I’m better than her at writing. I’m better than she’ll ever be. I’m better than him too, by the by. My BAME counter-part, my physically and … Continue reading

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“I Run, I Sing, I Swim, I Dive” – A Play

My new show “I Run, I Sing, I Swim, I Dive” premiered at this year’s International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival — the latest from theatre company Refractive Lens Theatre. It tells the true story of Eva Gore-Booth, a feminist, revolutionary, trade … Continue reading

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“Irreconcilable Differences” – A Play

After uploading the thank you video yesterday, figured it was time to finally get around to uploading the script for my most recent play, “Irreconcilable Differences”, which was performed at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. It was a fantastic experience – … Continue reading

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“Sex In My Mercedes-Benz, He’s / Hoping I Don’t Spill My Menses”

Now that I’m suddenly-weirdly-out-of-nowhere working on four writing projects in the form of my new play for (hopefully) the Toronto Fringe, a web series for the lovely WildSound Productions, a military sensory overload with the guys at Pandemic Theatre and … Continue reading

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100-Word Fringe: “Arthur’s Seat” at The Top Of Fucking Edinburgh

Not a show, but what a show. Under the guise of “Operation Sunrise” myself and a few box office chums ascended Arthur’s Seat at dawn to watch Edinburgh slowly unfurl its shiny charms below. For the unfamiliar, Arthur’s Seat may … Continue reading

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100-Word Fringe: “Tonight Sandy Grierson Will Lecture, Dance And Box” at Assembly George Square

An entirely unexpected and pleasurable – if faulty – trip through history, Sandy Grierson takes a look at his great-grandfather Arthur Craven. He was a pauper, a prince, a poet, a prize fighter, and any number of people and personalities … Continue reading

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100-Word Fringe: “Belt Up’s Outland” at C Soco

It could have gone so wrong. Cramped seating, actors playing children playing caricatures, and the often ill-advised translation of the works of Lewis Carroll. And yet. Belt Up have struck gold before, but Outland is surely their best to date … Continue reading

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