The love child of Noel Coward and Evelyn Waugh, I’ve been searching for a good fancy dress party since I was old enough to hold a martini glass. At one time, I wrote and performed and toured a one-man play, THE DEMONS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Tired of appearing nightly as the Great Detective, despite the comfyness of my burgundy dressing gown, I incited a minor rebellion amongst young Sherlockians and established The Dinner Roll Flippant Society with my good friends Becky Robare and Lyndsay Faye. I can usually be found performing at the Gaslight Gala during the BSI Weekend.
My interest in Sherlockiana is limited now’a’days. I much prefer the company of E. W. Hornung’s A. J. Raffles and Bunny Manders.
I have a continued interest in magic — beginning as a wee one, and now, having grown up, I’m still surprised and impressed when a badly tanned fellow in a puffy shirt pulls feather dusters from his armpits. However, I can say, my tastes have slightly improved — at least, in what I perform — and enjoy well planned bouts of mentalism and theatrical seances.
As well, I’ve recently been accepted to The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, where I will be spending the next four years in the Contemporary Performance Practice course, pursuing my BA (Hons).
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