ON THEATRE, DANCE AND OPERA (Online)
From Aug 2017 reviewing Edinburgh Fringe and from Aug 2018 Edinburgh Fringe and International for Broadway Baby
From Aug 2011-16 Edinburgh International Festivals and Fringe: reviews or interviews
and from 2016 all year round in The Skinny
Highlights: Dance Reviews:
'Kontakthof': Dance Theater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch (Sadlers Wells, Feb 2022)
'She Persisted...'Triple bill (ENB at Sadlers Wells, 2019)
Autobiography, Wayne McGregor (EIF, 2018)
Bon 4 Bon (Fringe 2018)
Un Poyo Rojo (Fringe, 2017)
Hope Hunt & The Ascent of Lazarus (Fringe, 2017)
Natalia Osipova & Guests (EIF, 2016)
Sylvie Guillem: a life in Progress (EIF, 2015)
Pina Bausch Sweet Mambo (EIF, 2014)
Madame Freedom (EIF, 2013)
Ubu Roi and the Truth Commission (EIF, 2014)
Nirbhaya (Fringe, 2013)
Morag Deyes outgoing Artistic Director, Dance Base, Edinburgh (August, 2022)
Alan Bissett (Fringe, 2013);
83 year old Diana Payne Myers, who appeared in 'A Conversation with Carmel' produced by Glasgow-based Barrowland Ballet Company, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Aug, 2011.
ON PUPPETRY AND RELATED THEATRE ARTS: (Print version only)
BrUnima Bulletin (The journal of British Centre of Union Internationale de la Marionette)
An academic publication on world puppetry, traditional and alternative theatre arts.
Guest Editor for July 2001 edition of Brunima Bulletin 107.
The Man who Planted Trees, Puppetstate Theatre, at the Columcille Centre, Morningside, Edinburgh, 2006;
A Brush with the Emperor, Collaborators Theatre Company at Scottish Mask and Puppet Theatre, Glasgow, November, 2002.
Torsk, Volcano Theatre Company, Restless Gravity Festival, Aberystwyth, Wales, July, 2001;
The Girl who Cut Flowers, Horse and Bamboo Lancashire-based Theatre Company, Tullamore, Ireland, July, 2001.
How the Raven Freed the Moon and the Thunderer, Scottish-based Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre in Ludlow, 2000;
Schneckenburger Puppet Exhibition, Prague, in Newsletter, May 1999.
Urals Festival September 2000 (an overview of the week-long festival in Cheliabinsk), March, 2001.
Dance Dramas, Topeng, Gender Workshops and Mask-Makers in Bali, July, 2000.
Wayang Kulit in Bali, an account of meeting the dalang, (priest/puppeteer) Wayan Wija, and watching a temple performance, No.103, March, 2000.
The Puppetry Journal (published by the Puppeteers of America, Minneapolis, MN, USA)
Celebration, Community, Wonder, Ritual in the Heart of the Beast, a profile of the Artistic Director, Sandy Spieler,
Puppetry International (published by Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA, USA)
Urals Festival, (over-view of week-long festival in Cheliabinsk, Russia. An edited version of article which appeared in BrUnima Bulletin in March 2001), Fall 2001;
Animations magazine: a review of puppetry and related theatre. A colour magazine for practitioners.
Lorca's Yerma, performed by Galloglass, a Clonmel-based company, Ireland, performance in Aberystwyth, Autumn, 2000;
Cover photo: a Kayon from Bali, Year 23 No 4 April/May 2000;
Punch Liberation Front and Panic Puppets, (On Punch Professor Panic aka Chris Maddocks) Year 23 No 3 Feb/Mar 2000;
In the Heart of the Beast, (on the May Day community project, involving 2,000 people, Minneapolis, USA) Year 23, No 2 Dec 1999/Jan 2000;
The Zen of Puppetry, an interview with Josef Krofta, of Drak Theatre, Hradis Kralove, Czech Republic, Year 22 No 6 Aug/Sept 1999;
Going along for the ride and a certain je ne said quoi (on AMAC theatre company in Paris),Year 22 No 5 June/July 1999;
Voyages to the Interior: Phillipe Genty, an interview in Paris with the legendary director whose alternative theatre work defies categories (involving dancers and puppets in vast auditoriums), Year 22 No 4 April/May 1999;
Santy and the Cycling Fish (on giant puppets, making and street procession (Small World, Wales-based company in collaboration with Galloglass theatre company in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, Ireland), Year 22 No 3 Feb/March 1999.