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Joined19 Jul 09
AboutI have a diverse range in the arts across the entire spectrum but with a particular interest in film and theatre.

I have a qualified NCTJ, have written for various newspapers and publications and am looking forward to taking this further with remotegoat.

Some names that sum up what the arts is about for me would be S. Kubrick, H. Pinter, T. Nunn, T. Williams, A. Fugard, P. Thomas-Anderson and K. Kieslowski
Reviews by Andy Slater
ABSURD - Ivona, Princess of..., Deeply funny and enlightened production
Visits, A welcome and gripping visitation
S1L3NC3: Mind Reader, The S1L3NC3 is mostly golden
Stranded, Proficient twosome provide comic strands
Transfer Deadline Day, A game of few laughs
Foreign Affair, Waxing-lyrical about having a Brazilian
Papatango New Writing Compe..., Promising work but not trouble-free
Virtual Reality, The spies who confused me
On the Permanence of Fugiti..., Innovative shorts but ultimately impermeable
Mummies and Daddies, Child of an exorbitant writer
Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Polka get it just right
The Beaux' Stratagem, Merry cast restore Farquhar's work
Into An Open Fire, Irish joviality meets Scottish prudence
Imagine Drowning, Relevant ensemble piece engagingly told
Brooklyn, Vivaciously performed but disjointed production
The Shawl, Mamet's mindful work solidly performed
Inglourious basterds, Unedited, edgy but ultimately amoral
This Just In!, Yesterday's news is tomorrow's improv
The Present, Bold, funny and heartfelt adaptation
The Final Session, Tense piece leaves audiences frustrated