“We’ve had emotional days, and intense days. There’s no room for ‘I wouldn’t say that’, or ‘I wouldn’t do that’. A drama degree is naturally going to be stressful.”
On the brink of graduation, preparing for the “next stage”, three University of Sunderland BA Drama students share advice for emerging actors.
Continue reading ““Never Apologise for Existing on Stage”, and other Lessons from Theatre School” →
At what point can an artist claim they’re a professional artist?
Continue reading ““Even When You Get Rejected”” →
A happy little announcement from our sister radio programme.
Continue reading “Community Radio Awards 2016 – ArtyParti” →
Hello, Creatives! One of my side projects alongside running 99% Perspiration is a weekly radio programme called ArtyParti. We invite guests to chat about artistic & cultural events in the North East of the UK.
Here’s the latest;
Continue reading “ArtyParti – SunFest 2016 & Changing Lives” →
Episode 17 was one of those late night jobs. It took a few days to get the pieces together, but I’ve made it! Been a busy month for me this month.
Basically, I’ve found myself in a new temporary job working with ArtWorks-U, and a central part of my role is producing/presenting a new weekly radio broadcast/podcast called ArtyParti.
More news to follow, lots to update you on…
On Episode 17 of 99% Perspiration:
After 30 years working in a non-creative industry, Diane Gray now manages the community radio station Hive Radio, based in Jarrow, UK. In 2014, Diane won the silver Charles Parker Prize for her radio documentary; and is now working on radio drama alongside her role at Hive.
Click here to hear Diane Gray on 99% Perspiration
Richi Jones is a singer/songwriter, and music production student based in the Midlands, UK. This year, Richi won the well-recognised national Open Mic competition, and he’s currently working on his new EP.
Click here to listen to Richi Jones on 99% Perspiration
Stay productive, stay awesome!