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About me...who else?! 

I started blogging in 2009 offering a review and my honest opinion of the gigs, theatre shows and films I have seen. By 2015 my blog was so popular, that I was a finalist in the Milton Keynes Digital Awards.  I was now reviewing for other online sites.  In 2016, I was approached to write a piece for a Bowie book and I collaborated on a Bowie play. I reviewed as press in several theatres and was a finalist once again, for the Milton Keynes Digital Awards 2016.  In 2017 I wrote for more online sites including Gig Junkies and We Are Cult.  I had a piece published in books, 'David Bowie - I was there' and 'My Bowie Story' and continued to review regularly at four theatres.


2018 took a slight detour.  I found myself in the USA for the first time in 14 years so I wrote about New York and Las Vegas from a tourist point of view.   I continued to review in theatres and did several amazing gigs for Gig Junkies including Billy Idol and Heaven 17.  2019 celebrated my 10-year anniversary of blogging and reviewing.  I had built a regular base of readers to my site and continued to get lovely feedback from many famous faces One of my 2019 highlights was Nile Rogers at Meltdown festival.  I also curated part an art exhibition at Ripley Arts Centre in Bromley for artist Sara Captain and I caught up with Lee Mead about Holby.


At the start of 2020, I had already reviewed some incredible shows, but then Covid 19 hit us and suddenly all theatres and venues went dark. No gig reviews. No theatre reviews.  I decided to write a blog 'Corona Virus Diary'.  I talked honestly about my thoughts and feelings. I gave a talk on ‘Bowie and blogging’ to an online audience and I was featured in a music video.  All whilst in lockdown.


2021 I was back out there reviewing. I saw The Human League and New Order and was back reviewing at my regular theatres. I continued my online blog which talks about my personal life as well as my views on the world.

2022 felt like old normal. I was back doing theatre shows and got to see some amazing shows. I got to see Les Mis twice more. I was invited to review some fabulous shows I had not seen before including The Cher Show, Fisherman’s Friends, Waitresses and The Shawshank Redemption. I saw talks by Tim Peake, Baker and Harris, and saw some smaller gigs including Glenn Tilbrook from Squeeze. I thoroughly enjoyed interviewing Rob Rinder and Lesley Joseph and loved a proper panto season once more.

2023 was a blast, reviewing so many fabulous shows. I added a new What's On page to my website to accommodate them all. 42nd Street, Heathers and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were a first time see and what a joy they were. I also finally got to see Abba Voyage and of course reviewed it. 


What will 2024 bring? Stay in touch to find out.

Award Recognition and external Contributions  

Finalist in the Milton Keynes Digital Awards  - Blog category. 
About Milton Keynes Website
Electronically Yours
London Theatre 1
Finalist in the Milton Keynes Digital Awards  - Entertainment Blog category. 
About Milton Keynes Website
Electronically Yours
London Theatre 1

Gig Junkies
About Milton Keynes Website
We Are Cult

Gig Junkies
Article in David Bowie Glamour

Gig Junkies
Curator for Sara Captain Art Exhibition in Bromley (November 2019)

Started a blog diary about the Corona/Covid Virus. 

Invited to be a paid speaker at an online group of Bowie fans (via zoom)
Blitzed Magazine - two page spread reviewing Heaven 17 in the first issue of this new magazine.

Bowie chat on Stony radio

Regular guest on Stony radio, talking Bowie, Abba and theatre with Caz.
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