COMMONS Today I'm starting COMMONS. A new series (I hope) of articles related to my interest in current affairs and politics. I want to talk about democracy, global affairs, the EU and Brexit and civics. So here we go: THE FALL OF CONSTANTINOPLE, BREXIT AND THE EU The partition of the Roman Empire didn't work… Continue reading COMMONS – The Fall of Constantinople (Brexit and the EU)
No Deal, No Fuss. It's about time the United Kingdom left the European Union on March 29th, 2019. Not on April 12th, not on May 22nd. It's about time, so let's get it over with. No Deal, No more Fuss. Brexit is not the right thing to do, not for the UK, not for the… Continue reading BREXIT – bye Britain
Having trained as an actor at drama school for three intense years makes me an actor. It must be so. Having appeared in a few short and feature films must make me an actor. It has to be so. Auditioning for Casting Directors and having an agent must mean that I am indeed an actor.… Continue reading Am I – An Actor?
I recently changed my Instagram and Twitter "bio's" into "alive and choosing happiness". It's a new personal mantra of-sorts. Past my Generation Z writing days, past my insecurities, beyond the days of constant over-thinking about my place and contribution to the world. But it is not as if I've solved everything, rather I make it… Continue reading Sweet Madness, Alive and Choosing Happiness
Not an acting post. I still like to look and analyse urban places. And I'm always, in the back of my head thinking about the lack of green open spaces in Athens and how much the city could improve (quality of life for citizens etc) if there were more parks. Also, Luxembourg should be making… Continue reading Green Spaces: London vs. Athens