My name is Sally Studio, renowned Hollywood scriptwriter, and I here to teach you how to pitch a movie to the big boys – the producers, directors, and keepers of those pearly celluloid movie gates. Firstly you need to have written a movie. That’s very important. Secondly it should either have explosions, a quippy dinosaur, … More How to Pitch a Movie to Hollywood!
1. Get a cool chin scar. 2. Forget I made this list. 3. Stop playing the “What Would Happen Next if this was a Horror Film?” game whenever I am alone at night 4. Learn to accept compliments by acknowledging each one with the words “I know right?” 5. Stop comparing myself to friends. As in … More New Years Rez for 2016
Christmas Trees! Everythings red! Father Christmas! WHY WHY WHY? Christmas, an excuse to get drunk before lunch. And traditions. And farty sprout bums. And goodwill to all people. But mostly traditions. But why all these traditions? Is it because of the Christmas police, who burst through our doors every year, waving their batons and screaming … More Christmas Traditions – Why?
For Him: For Her: For Mum: For Nan: For Dad: For the kids:
Heartfelt review of Jean-Luc Picard and Me from Emma O’Brien, who saw it at The Edinburgh Fringe on its first day. Boy was I a big old scared mess. It was originally meant for The Skinny, but they didn’t have space for it – so I am keeping it here, coz it’s so lovely and well written … More Jean Luc Picard and Me Review
On the 11th of December I shall be appearing in Bristopia Live! at the Cube! I shall be playing a very special guest. Tixs are £5 and can be brought here Facebook event here with all the info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1015119061842342/ What is Bristopia? Why it’s a live show based on a podcast based on Bristol. … More Where you can find me in December
Originally published on Theatre Bristol Writers – watched on 3rd of November 2015 by Watford Palace Theatre & Arcola Theatre Decades after the last witch trial took place, a woman is hung in Walkern for such a crime, and the town finds itself on the verge of mass hysteria. The charge is lead by the single-minded … More Review: Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern
Originally published on Theatre Bristol Writers – watched on 14th October 2015 From Sabrina The Teenage Witch to Hocus Pocus, the trials and tribulations of witches, or those accused of being, have oft been written of, but none more depressingly so then Arthur Millers 1953 play The Crucible. A fictionalised account of the 17th century Salem Witch … More Review: The Crucible by Bristol Old Vic
Those cold winter nights are a-creeping in, and all you want is something warm and delicious in your belly. Why not try out my vege sausage suprise for your next dinner party or Christmas family gathering? it’s quick, easy and delicious, and will delight and suprise your guests. Ingredients: 1 vegetarian sausage a microwave a … More Recipes: Vege Sausage Surprise!