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The Last Word – Popshot Magazine

Thrilled to announce that my short story The Last Word is now published in Popshot Magazine – a beautiful illustrated literary magazine that promotes stories, flash fiction and poetry from ‘the literary new blood’. They publish bi-annually and my story… Continue Reading →

Poetry: Open Mic, Theatre and Film

Poems, poems, poems all around…I am currently surrounded by poems I am reading, writing and performing, whether it be at a variety of open-mic gigs in South Birmingham, performing with talented muscians in Journey of Childhood (a show to raise… Continue Reading →

The Mee Club @Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry

March – Sept 2016 The Mee Club ran a series of open-mic evenings of true-life storytelling – that were up and running once a month on Fridays @ 8pm at Coventry’s iconic Herbert Art Gallery – as part of their… Continue Reading →

The Mee Club Party

@ the Herbert Art Gallery It was good to see new storytellers share their stories with us at The Mee Club party, after joining us for a spring & summer season of workshops and open-mic performances at The Herbert Art… Continue Reading →

Slum Songs in the Sun – BBC radio 4

It was great to hear this story of mine back on the air – two years after the first broadcast. Continue Reading →

Guest Storyteller @ Waterstones on the Mic

Waterstones, Birmingham – July 2016 I was invited to tell my story The Lion, the Wolf & the Cornershop in the special guest slot of this regular open-mic gig at Waterstones. It was a warm, sultry evening and the audience… Continue Reading →

A Career in Accompaniment – Chez Nous review for V Press

Here’s a snap of one of my blogs for V Press….in July, 2016 A Career in Accompaniment by Alex Reed draws us into an intimate experience of caring for a lover that leaves your palate aching for tea – strong,… Continue Reading →

Flirt Off @ Old Joint Stock, Birmingham

This was our launch show at The Old Joint Stock and as Cat Weatherill blogged on Facebook… “FANTASTIC stories tonight. An unexpectedly pungent lover… taking your surgical aid on a hot date… unintentionally leaving your girlfriend on a train then… Continue Reading →

Hometown – Chez Nous Review for v press

Really enjoyed writing a Chez Nous review for V Press‘s launch of ‘Hometown’ by Carrie Etter… Hometown by Carrie Etter is flash fiction so charged with repressed emotion that you’ll want time to savour all its layers. Set in the… Continue Reading →

Hearts & Crosses @ Birmingham Old Rep

“Birmingham’s sensational storytelling collective presents an exciting evening of stories straight from the heart, brought to vivid life, full of love and loss (just in time for Valentine’s Day!)” “Genuinely uplifting” Arts Council England The Old Rep website

SAFE – “No 6″ – London (So & So Club)

This was a great opportunity to help give an outing to my full-length play SAFE in the elegant James Roose-Evans Room at No 6, Frederick Place – an Arts Hub in the city of London, a stone’s throw from Bank… Continue Reading →

Elephant on the Plane @ Birmingham Fest

Good to have one of my ‘shorts’ in Birmingham Fest 2015 at The Blue Orange Theatre in the Jewellery Quarter. The play was one of a programme of shorts selected by local writers as part of Shorts 3 – a… Continue Reading →

Tantalising Tales

Burbage Community Arts Festival 2015, Burbage In the lovely village of Burbage I joined Flashlight True Life Storytellers to deliver an evening of stories from around the world. The programme included stories from local storytellers like myself and national &… Continue Reading →

World Book Night 2015

It was exciting to be invited to be Guest Storyteller when Crisis celebrated the world of literature at a Special World Book Night event in Digbeth – the heart of the city of Birmingham.
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Yard Talk @ FRICTION ARTS

Digbeth, Birmingham, 11th April 2015 – This was a chance to tell one of my stories alongside other guest storytellers Graham Langley, John Pole and Gavin Young. It was part of Friction Art’s artistic programme aimed at drawing in the… Continue Reading →

Lost in Time – Jump Start @ The Malvern Cube Worcester

My short play Lost in Time tackles the complexities of a mother and daughter relationship in the face of Alzheimers. It came to life on stage at The Malvern Cube thanks to Jump Start in association with Worcestershire Arts Partnership…. Continue Reading →

Short & Sweet

Library of Birmingham Here was the opportunity to present my own prose fiction story Writing West Midlands and the Library of Birmingham’s monthly open mic evening of short fiction performances…at Short and Sweet “Short and Sweet … powerful snippets of… Continue Reading →

Love & Chocolate

Thimblemill Library, Bearwood, Birmingham At this intriguing Art Deco historic building in Bearwood, on the eve of Valentine’s Night, I performed my new 7-minute true-life story about finding love in the snow and the magic of Christmas. It was part… Continue Reading →

Waterfall Glory – Sampad Arts

London, November 2014 I was thrilled to attend the High Commission of India in London as one of the winning writers selected for South Asian arts Company Sampad’s international writing competition Inspired By My Museum 2013-14. The poem Waterfall Glory was inspired… Continue Reading →

Tell Me on A Sunday Greatest Hits

@ The Door Theatre, Birmingham REP We performed this show as part of Birmingham Literature Festival. It was a showcase for the best of the Tell Me on A Sunday season, featuring true-life tales full of wonder, mystery and fun…. Continue Reading →

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