I'm Francesca or, as everyone tends to call me, Frankie. I'm 22, from the east midlands, living in London. And I'm currently another one of those actors in training at Identity School of Acting.
I Know My Husband Loves Me @ The Union Theatre
Towards the end of 2010 and in 2011/2012 a number of undercover police officers entered into relationships with activists they were sent to spy on and some ended up marrying these people under their false identities.
Theatre Review: Macbeth @ The National Theatre
The most tragic thing about this take on Shakespeare's famous Macbeth is how weak Rufus Norris' direction is.
Theatre Review: Becoming Shades @ The Vaults
Unlike anything you will have ever seen before.
Theatre Review: Ken @ The Bunker
A fun and entertaining evening perfect for anyone with a love of theatre, comedy or life.
Theatre Review: Turkey @ The Hope Theatre
A well scripted, delicate three hander about an lgbtq+ couple that ticks all the boxes.
Theatre Review: A Woman of No Importance @ Vaudeville Theatre
This production does nothing to re-energise a play that is better left in the past.
Theatre Review: Lucy Light @ TheatreN16
Lucy Light at TheatreN16 is beautiful, funny and heart-warming and packs a powerful punch. A definite win for the female playwright and cast.
What does the RSC's 2018 season, directed entirely by women, mean for the future of Shakespeare?
This is a major step forwards for Shakespeare studies.
Theatre Review: The Soulless Ones - Hammer House of Horror Live @ Hoxton Hall
The gothic production is exciting, compelling and deliciously dangerous.
Into The Wild: a tale of discovery, adventure and tragedy
As Into The Wild turns 10 we take a look at the story behind the film.
Hear This: Georgia Strait - Georgia Straits
A fresh indie sound that will get your blood pumping.
I don't like or respect Taylor Swift but she is a genius - here's why
The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. She's busy breaking records, making money and taking names.
5 films that would be totally different if David Fincher had directed them
The great director pushes the boundaries, rebelling against stereotypical Hollywood techniques.
Theatre Review: Olympilads @ TheatreN16
A slow burner that will leave you lost for words.
Where is the original Broadway cast of Hamilton now?
Hamilton comes to the West End in November.
Why we should ban gay marriage
Seeing gay marriage will make others gay and it will make straight marriage less meaningful.
Filmmaker Ken Loach predicts Brexit will cause damage to the British film industry
The iconic British director has given his views on what Brexit means for the UK film industry.
Theatre Review: Waiting For Charlie @ The Hope Theatre
Waiting For Charlie is 50 minutes of warmth, friendship and vegan cheese.