“My routines aren’t sexy, they’re kind of bonkers”: an interview with burlesque performer Aurora Galore

A recent interview with neo-burlesque dancer Aurora Galore for Exeposé. We discussed burlesque stereotypes, the politics of performance art – and Israeli sex clubs…

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September 2015: Interview with Jim Waterson

For Exeposé ‘s Fresher’s Issue, I conducted a humorous interview with Jim Waterson, Deputy Editor of Buzzfeed, about politics, zip-wiring with Nick Clegg, young people’s engagement in the election and the future of print media. Read on and scroll to the bottom for the full text.

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10th August 2015: ‘Corbyn’s reinvigorated the Labour party… but does he really want to lead it?’

My review of the Jeremy Corbyn Q&A at the Royal Hotel in York on Saturday. After nearly dislocating my arm I managed to put a question to Corbyn…

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21st May 2015: ‘Colour Me Political’ piece for The Guardian Student

In another blog post for The Guardian Student Bloggers, I wrote about my experience of organising ‘Colour Me Political’, a one-day student art project offering Exeter university students a creative medium to express their thoughts on the new government.