How To Do Theatre wouldn’t be possible without the work of our dedicated team of writers and editors who work tirelessly to bring you the best quality content in an attempt to enrich your theatrical lives. It’d be a shame to let that work go unnoticed so here’s a chance for us to put faces to the names.

Editors

Tom Chivers

Tom Chivers

The Founder of How To Do Theatre, Tom is heavily involved in all aspects of this online theatre magazine and wants to help create a fantastic resource for everyone who may need it. He is also a graduate of the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Young Writers course so when not writing for this website he is off scribbling plays of his own.

 

Daniel Sefton

Daniel Sefton

The Features Editor for How To Do Theatre, Daniel is into travel, popular culture and sometimes a combination of the two. He is obsessed with travelling and is keenly interested in all things marketing. His biggest influences are Alex Garland, David Ogilvy and Andy Warhol.

 

 

Writers

John Collins

John is a graduate of the YEP Actors and Writers courses and is currently studying Acting at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He continues to write his own plays in his own time. He is also an avid football fan and is trying to make his debut into the Liverpool first eleven. Acting was always the plan B.

Donna Day

D M Day is a writer and actor who lives in Liverpool, England. She writes flash, science and fantasy fiction, and poetry. She is currently working on a war poetry collection and a parallel universe trilogy. She runs acting and writing workshops and performed in the first Liverpool Fringe Festival in June 2017.

Nathan Evans

Nathan is an actor, director and writer based on The Wirral. Since getting involved with the world of theatre, he has directed a show at the Edinburgh Fringe and he is now looking to develop his writing further.

Elliott Reeves Giblin

Elliott is a writer for How To Do Theatre, and is particularly interested in Fringe Theatre and new writing. A graduate of the YEP Actors course, he enjoys acting, directing and writing; but when not involved in all things theatrical he is off Kayaking or white water rafting.

Mark Glover

Mark is a freelance writer, contributing pieces across a range of subjects and industries including education and the arts. He studied English Literature and Creative Writing at London Metropolitan University. He enjoys good books, Scott Walker albums and admits following West Ham as a major weakness. He lives in Yorkshire with his girlfriend and his greyhound Bee.

Pippa Moss

Pippa is an actress born and bred in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. After training at Bristol Old Vic she has worked all over the UK and is currently expanding her first play and writing her own comedy stand up show. Born a mover, she loves ballet, juggling, cycling and hitting the surf in Cornwall. She also runs her own business and has plans to travel and change the world…

Rebecca Ozer

Rebecca Ozer is currently finishing her degree in acting at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. She is originally from New York and enjoys singing, dancing, producing, writing poetry, and devising new work. When she isn’t writing reviews, she can be spotted in productions around Liverpool and within LIPA’s frequent shows and cabarets.

Lauren Philpott

Lauren is an avid theatre fan who just can’t see enough shows. She is a regular blogger for several sites including the Musical Theatre Appreciation Society and also a qualified Children’s Nurse.

Liam Powell

Liam is a filmmaker from Liverpool making short form and commercial content around the UK. He’s interested in music, comedy and, film. He considers himself an all-rounder, but very rarely upholds that claim in the real life.

Joe Ramsden

Joe Ramsden was raised in Wiltshire and Somerset, but maintains that his birth and in Burnley, Lancashire, qualifies him as a ‘Northener’. He lives in Liverpool and wherever possible he makes time to watch theatre.

April Ryan

April is an aspiring disabled writer and journalist. An introverted linguist, April would learn every known language in the world if she had the time to do so. She often plays comic relief characters for the theatre production group, RAWD.

Graeme Williams

Graeme is a freelance writer and copywriter from Liverpool. A BA(Hons) graduate, he has studied English, Creative Writing and Film, and works multi-platform, covering varying subjects. He enjoys cinema, music and travel, and is kind to strangers and animals, and sometimes people he knows.

Harriet Wilson

Harriet has been immersed in the theatre life from a multitude of angles: from writing, to working backstage, to performing, to directing. She spends most of her spare time in the West End or regional theatres and fills the rest with talking about the wonderful world of theatre through regular blogs.