After cycling from Portsmouth to Turkey last year which proved to be an incredibly difficult platform for unleashing her creative juices (unwashed, in a tent, drenched in sweat), Tamara settled in Hackney, where she’s got to know London by visiting its countless theatres and writing about it, from Richmond to Hornchurch and everything in between.
Latest posts by Tamara Vos
Fiona Shaw is a raw and human Virgin Mary.
Kidnapping, the media and Pakistan.
A traditional play from Harold Pinter Theatre.
Explore the detrimental effects of dizzying fame with humour and ...
Three generations live out the effects of the Irish War of Independence.
National Youth Theatre brings to stage the timeless Romeo & Juliet.
Puccini's final opera back on stage.
A group of girls fight for their right to a university education.