Tracey Sinclair

Tracey Sinclair

Tracey is a published author (honest, she’s on Amazon and everything) and freelance writer, as well as holding down a proper day job and very occasionally having a life. She has been in love with the theatre ever since she went as a child and the theatre caught fire mid-performance, though she has yet to find a show that lives up to that early excitement. She is a keen blogger and writes two blogs on her favourite things: shopping and sci-fi, and is aware this makes her sound both shallow and sad, but can live with that. Her latest novel, Dark Dates, an urban fantasy, is available now.

Body heat.

Private Lives

at Gielgud TheatreFour.

A chemistry lesson.

Land of the midnight sun. Photo: Alistair Muir

Doktor Glas

at Wyndham's TheatreFour.

Scandinavian noir.

Trelawny small

Trelawny of the Wells

at Donmar WarehouseThree.

A life in the theatre.

Checkmate. Image: Mug photography


at Union TheatreThree.

All in the game.

Living in a box. Photo: Darren Bell


at Soho TheatreThree.

The sound of the city.

Sea change. Photo: Simon Kane

The Silence of the Sea

at Trafalgar StudiosThree.

The fiercest fight of all.

Cutting through the chill. Photo: Scott Rylander
The dancing dead. Photo: Claire Bilyard

Steel Pier

at Union TheatreThree.

Dance, dance, dance.