Rachel was born and brought up in Leeds but made a break for the capital at the dawn of the Millennium. Sheâ€™s lived in Golders Green, Camden and Muswell Hill, and is now firmly camped in Hither Green. She likes weissbier, is terrified by the size of her backlog of unread books and is on a mission to spread a love of parkin throughout the south (itâ€™s a cake). Her favourite bits of London are Blackheath, the view from Hungerford Bridge, Sapporo in Catford and the National Theatre â€“ although she still gets lost in it. Youâ€™ll find her furiously pounding the keyboard about booky stuff, comedy and anything that piques her delicate lefty sensibilities.
Latest posts by Rachel Holdsworth
Renter power at work?
Could rising rents spell the end of Chinatown?
New report makes suggestions for our healthcare.
One book. One month. One city.
Army attempting to defuse it.
See four previous Edinburgh shows at Kings Place.
Did the Met cover up a high-level paedophile ring?
Boris and his deputy will be MPs, so who runs London?