Sarah Howells

Sarah is a Welsh writer who came to Scotland via Asia in 2002. Whilst slowly writing her first novel and researching for her PhD, she frequently falls prey to many procrastinatory habits - sea-swimming, dog-sitting, baking and reviewing since 2012. She facilitates creative writing workshops and course for wellbeing and fun.
42 articles

The Real Thing

Amid mainstream media propaganda and social media hearsay, a reminder to think and question what is presented as truth.

25 October 2017

Shirley Valentine

Willy Russell's one-woman play touches hearts and politics

2 June 2017

Joan Eardley: A Private View

Moving account of the short but prolific work-life of the artist delivers greater impact alongside her paintings.

8 May 2017

The Addams Family

New and enjoyable chapter in the lives of America's favourite Gothic family

27 April 2017

Emma Abdullah

Interview with the author of the harrowing The Blue Box

18 August 2016

The Blue Box

A blue box containing the uncomfortable stories of children's lives in war-torn Syria

14 August 2016

Rula Lenska

Television's glamorous doyen shares her love of the natural world and the secret to her calmness

13 August 2016


Hi-energy parody of Eurovision is a real mixed crowd-pleaser: no Brexit needed

10 August 2016