The Performer’s perspective on Comedy Criticism

The Performer’s perspective on Comedy Criticism

Bruce Dessau is the comedy critic of the Evening Standard and the editor of the comedy website beyondthejoke.co.uk. In the second piece in Dessau’s guest editorship about comedy criticism, Bethany Black offers us the performer’s perspective Stand-up Bethany Black is “one of the UK circuit’s finest night-time raconteurs” (British Comedy Guide). Also an acclaimed writer and…

Guest Post: Youtube – The quiet boom of British Theatre Journalism

Guest Post: Youtube – The quiet boom of British Theatre Journalism

Robert Wallace is a freelance theatre journalist and podcast producer. He is also the founder of TheatreGB, an online editorial producing news, reviews, interviews and feature content on the thriving UK theatre scene. Here, Robert takes a look at the thriving theatre journalism scene on YouTube and evaluates its place within the wider journalistic landscape….

Is there a future for Journalism?

Is there a future for Journalism?

Fergus Morgan is a freelance arts journalist, specialising in theatre. His work has appeared in The Stage, TimeOut, Vice, The Independent, WhatsOnStage and elsewhere, and he publishes his own newsletter featuring emerging theatremakers, The Crush Bar, on Substack. In the first piece of his series, Morgan evaluates the ever-changing nature of theatre journalism, in the…

Five tips for Seeding and Inboxing

Five tips for Seeding and Inboxing

Whilst most organisations these days have a website and email account associated with them, many organisations and grassroots community spaces exist only on Facebook, Instagram, Meetup and ticketing sites like Eventbrite and DICE. Marketing Assistant Frank Bertoletti shares some tips on reaching alternative online spaces through seeding and inboxing. View the full Mobius Industries Resource.