Arts & Theatre Editor.
My name is Amy, I'm 21 and from Manchester. I'm currently studying BA (Hons) Professional Acting at Drama Studio London.
Interests include but are not limited to: theatre, tea and cats.
(My middle name is Victoria, if you hadn't guessed)
Actors react to iconic London bookshop Samuel French closing its doors
Last week, the news broke that after 187 years Samuel French is to close its London bookshop.
10 alternative comedy nights to visit in London
We've picked out some of our favourite and obscure nights across the city (some of them are even free).
Theatre Review: How (not) to Live in Suburbia @ Soho Theatre
The small space is a perfect, intimate venue for Annie to tell her story.
Five shows to see with your bf/gf this Valentine’s Day
Five shows to see with your bf/gf this Valentine’s Day.
Five shows to see if you’re single this Valentine’s Day
A list of shows that won’t make you feel shit about being your own date.
The Women of the World festival comes to Hull UK City of Culture
This global movement was launched by Jude Kelly CBE in in 2011, it celebrates women and girls from all walks of life, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential.
Should blind casting have been integrated into the theatre scene by now?
This week Julian Fellows retracted his statement that the Half a Sixpence cast should be all-white to reflect historical truth.
Theatre Royal Stratford East is offering discounted tickets for LGBT history month
For this month only, Theatre Royal Stratford East are offering 20% discount on three upcoming shows.
The RSC launch a new programme to support young, disadvantaged creatives
The idea of the Next Generation programme is to give young people from disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to explore a career in the arts.
Lingerie Art has been launched for Valentines Day
Customers can commission art based on a significant piece of underwear for Valentine’s Day.
Theatre Review: Dirty Great Love Story @ The Arts Theatre
The award winning comedy is currently playing at the Arts Theatre London and is a truly heart-warming, hilarious and relatable play.
Interview: Matthew Parker, Artistic Director of The Hope Theatre
Artistic Director Matthew Parker tells us what makes this fringe theatre stand out.
Interview: Annie Siddons
Having had a hugely successful run in Edinburgh in 2016, she’s bringing her new show How (Not) to Live in Suburbia to the Soho Theatre.
6 shows you must see at Vault Festival 2017
Vault Festival is about to bring us innovative and exciting new theatre in one London's most interesting performance spaces.
700 'Nasty Women' came together for an arty protest against Donald Trump
In a converted factory building in Queens, the Nasty Women installation looks at the misogynistic messages that were rife throughout Trumps campaign.
Theatre Review: Us/Them @ The National Theatre
The production achieves its objective, sure, but what it doesn’t have is the undertone of truth.
Tate has appointed its first female director
She makes history by replacing Sir Nicholas Serota, who had been in charge of the galleries for almost three decades.
The winner of The T.S. Eliot Prize has been announced
Previous winners include Sarah Howe for her debut collection Loop of Jade, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes and Carol Ann Duffy.