Jane is a professional Actor, Writer and Storyteller. As well as writing scripts and short stories, she regularly performs her own work and is a true-life storyteller. Continue Reading →
Fascinating insights from two experts in this genre, Nicholas Royle and Wyl Menmuir. It was great to join them at Arvon at Home for a writing week online in July 2021 Continue Reading →
It was exciting to be shortlisted for Voices from Home, a celebration of new writers at the Brighton Fringe 2021 Continue Reading →
I am thrilled to announce that my short story ‘Coming Back to Life’ is now published! It’s one of twenty short stories in the stunning Aesthetica Magazine, and features in their annual Creative Writing Award . It’s exciting to be… Continue Reading →
After winning multiple awards around the world 7 Days is now available to watch on multiple platforms – and since May 2020 it’s now available for free on Discover Film – home of the world’s best short films.
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It was a delight to help John Street, Director of Free@Last, bring the children’s novel he has written to life! Continue Reading →
There was a full-house for our BLF show at The Old Joint Stock Theatre in October. I joined the stage with a terrific line-up of award-winning poets, authors, musicians and playwrights. It was a chance to showcase the talents of… Continue Reading →
Jul/ Aug 2019 – LATEST NEWS
To add to their “Best Short Film’ accolade in LA, now 7 DAYS has won another two awards. The latest is for “The Best Screenplay” at the Indo Global International Film Festival in Mumbai – heart of Bollywood. Continue Reading →
June 2019 – Update …This new film from Pixel Revolution is already scooping up international awards! It’s currently on release – at special screenings in the Midlands and film festivals around the world.
I am delighted to be in the cast of such an inspiring short drama. It tells the real-life story of Brumie legend – blind marathon runner, Dave Heeley Continue Reading →
20 March 2019 – It’s here. Spring at last. And prompted by a call-out on the BBC from the Arts & Humanities Research Council, I wrote a poem. They wanted writers to capture the beauty of any observarions of nature… Continue Reading →
It was a great line up this month at Stirchley Speaks. This ever popular packed-out spoken word event is attracting such a crowd, they now have to choose performers by raffle! That said, I had the chance to have a… Continue Reading →
The first StoryVibes of 2019 was held in its new, regular, haunt – Artefact art gallery, in South Birmingham. It was an eclectic mix of stories, spoken word and music, that featured the fascinating storyteller Cindylou Turner-Taylor. She performed Sawdust & Silk, a Cinderella tale set in 1930’s England. Continue Reading →
Good to be back here at Spoken Trend, compered by the wonderful Tom McCann, with the chance to ‘strut my stuff’ in the open mics. Headliners Black Country star R M Francis and former Derbyshire Poet Laureate Matt Black both… Continue Reading →
Excited to showcase an extract from one of my latest memoirs at this event on the first day of the Birmingham Literature Festival, 2018. Continue Reading →
A new kind of storytelling and spoken word fusion – Story Vibes – has come to town.
The brainchild of storyteller Sharon Carr, it had its first launch at The Kitchen Garden Cafe – well-known for storytelling & music in Birmingham, so it was great to be invited to tell one of my favourite true-life stories… The Lion, the Wolf & The Cornershop. Continue Reading →
I always enjoy these Room 204 events – the chance to share new work-in-progress with fellow writers, poets and novelists and share some great poetry and short fiction, either newly published or in the making. Continue Reading →
Having recently performed in a two-hander show with author and international storyteller Cat Weatherill, it was a pleasure to join her as Guest Storyteller at the end of an all-day workshop @ Kenilworth Books in Warwickshire.
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Tonight was a chance to perform a set of some of the true-life stories I have perfored over the years in a two-hander 90-min show with author/storyteller Cat Weatherill Continue Reading →
@ Artefact, Stirchley…always love the open-mic slots at Stirchley Speaks. This month featured talented headliners Hannah Ledlie and Tehilah Henry who are both making names for themselves on the circuit. Continue Reading →
It was great to share the same stage tonight as local legend, performance poet Spoz, and rising star Hannah Swings. They were joined by the Birmingham Uni Slammers, fresh from winning the top awards at the national UniSlam 2018. Continue Reading →
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