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.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dark-Dates-Cassandra-Chronicles-ebook/dp/B007RH5PF4


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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

Arcadia

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

Grounded

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.

Talk radio.

Murder on Air

at Theatre Royal BrightonThree.

A triple bill of Agatha Christie.

Miss Represented

Miss Represented

at Brighton Dome

Heartfelt sincerity.

366 Days of Kindness