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.

Dreaming of Mandalay


at Theatre Royal BrightonFour.

Riotous and elemental.

Photo: Robert Day


at Theatre Royal BrightonThree.

Jolly hockey sticks.

Credit: Johan Persson
Photograph: Murdo Macleod

Book Review: How To Be A Heroine

Samantha Ellis's exploration of the role of heroines and the way literature shapes our memories.

Elephant Man, TheBooth Theatre
A thing of precision. Photo: Mark Douet


at Theatre Royal BrightonFour.

A beautiful, bittersweet waltz.

Teenage dreams.

Be Here Now

at Brighton DomeThree.

The potency of pop.

Boxed in. Photo: Iona Firouzabadi


at Brighton DomeFour.

Flying high.

Bodily functions.

The Hypochondriac

at Theatre Royal BrightonThree.

Seriously scatological.

Belfast Boy

Belfast Boy

at OtherplaceFour.

A hard-knock life.