John Roberts : Executive Editor – John@thereviewshub.com
Also looks after London, South East and North West Regions
London@thereviewshub.com | Southeast@thereviewshub.com | John@thereviewshub.com
John has been involved in the world of performing arts since the tender age of three when he got stuck in a chimney playing Father Christmas in his playschool nativity. Since then John has worked in all areas of theatre and now works in PR. When not in the theatre (rare) he can be found either in the kitchen whipping up some delicious food or at his local cinema catching up on the latest blockbuster.
Nicole Craft: Features Editor
Nicole’s interest in theatre was first piqued at the grand old age of seven when she was taken to see The Red Balloon at Birmingham Rep. Although resigned to watching most performances on TV from there on in, the passion remained strong enough for her to rekindle her love in her teens and she’s been quite addicted since. Nicole has been reviewing theatre and writing features for over five years and is particularly fond of new, home-baked, productions and family shows that make her children feel the excitement she so fondly remembers.
Lauren Humphreys: Scotland Editor
A life-long theatre-goer, it was a desire to promote theatre in her local area that led to the creation of www.glasgowtheatreblog.com. Since its launch, Lauren has gone on to write features and reviews and conduct interviews for both print and online publications on the Scottish theatre scene. Needless to say, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is a personal highlight each year for Lauren.
Holly Spanner: Yorkshire & North East Editor | South West Editor
Email: Yorkshire@thereviewshub.com | Southwest@thereviewshub.com
Holly is extremely passionate about all the arts, with a special fondness for musical theatre. An avid theatregoer since a tot, she takes particular delight in new creations, original writing and ‘darker’ productions. She is never without plans to visit a show and when not in a theatre, can be found dotted around the north in her day job as Geo-Environmental Consultant. A keen traveller, she enjoys baking, painting or indulging in adrenalin sports and hopes to someday live in an old cottage by the sea. Holly loves the smell of glossy magazines (a happy coincidence they smell the same as theatre brochures) and has a ‘theatre perfume’, which she only ever wears to the theatre.
Selwyn Knight : Central Editor
Selwyn has loved theatre for as long as he can remember. During his time at university he thinks he watched every single available theatre performance, both professional and amateur – some of which were truly wonderful, others rather less so! Selwyn especially enjoys new writing and small, intimate fringe-like venues. He now really enjoys the idea of helping others make theatre decisions by sharing his thoughts on performances he’s seen.
Ciara Murphy has had an interest in theatre from a young age but hung up her performance hat and pursued more critical and academic theatrical avenues in University. Ciara recently obtained an MA in Theatre Studies and has been reviewing theatre for several years. Ciara has a penchant for independent theatre but also relishes the traditional and has a permanent soft spot for new writers and new theatre companies.
Jamie Rosler: North America (NYC) Editor
Jamie has been involved in theatre and performance since childhood. Originally from New York City, with a BA in Theatre and MA in Performance, from University of Miami and Goldsmiths College, University of London, respectively, she has been involved in her hometown’s indie theatre scene since returning in 2007. After several years as an actor and producer, Jamie is now Managing Director/Host with TriviaNYC (Quizzing North America), as well as performing with and running monthly shows for her improv team, Rufus Khan (founded in 2011).