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What I do:
Communications Officer (public sector) / Writer
A little more about me:
Now based in London on a permanent basis with work.

I have completed a BA in Media and Modern Literature and an MA Creative and Media writing.

I was Stage Editor for Buzz Magazine between Feb '12 and March '13
Young Critic from Oct '11 - Jan '13

Always on the look out for new shows or new idea's, let me know!
London (Bridgend/Cardiff when I can)
Projects I’m working on:
Fiction Novel
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Rachel Williams's Blog

A Provincial Life - Young Critics Review.



Sherman Cymru

5 March 2012

A Provincial Life see’s the return of National Theatre Wales for their…


Posted on March 9, 2012 at 0:36 — 1 Comment

Young Critic's Review of Utah Bride

Chapter Arts, Cardiff.

Sat 17th December.

Where is home? Somewhere you feel you belong? Or under the love of a parent who will forever disagree with you but with the best of intentions?


Rebecca and Alice: a mother and daughter divided by a generation, religion and men. In the dead of night Alice returns to the maternal home and Rebecca wakes, only for light to be shone on the darkest corners and for truths and…


Posted on December 21, 2011 at 2:14 — 2 Comments

Review of Dirty Protest’s Office Christmas Party

1st December 2011

Various locations on City Road, Cardiff.



Duncan Macmillan

Beth Granville

Alan Harris

Aled Roberts

Marged Parry

It’s the 1st December, so Christmas has come again, at least it was for Dirty Protest’s curious menagerie of plays last week. Presented with a Christmas card, sweets and tinsel the party atmosphere descends…


Posted on December 8, 2011 at 1:41

Review of On Stage, Empty Pocket Theatre's newest plays

Last Saturday saw the up and coming new theatre company Empty Pocket, stage their freshest creative imaginings: two one act plays that use and explore the absence of a significant or main character.


Hello Mrs Silverstone by Natalie Stone & A Sunday Roast by Anna Poole


First up was Hello Mrs Silverstone: opening on an ordinary family’s life that quickly descends into the comic and the tragic through the…


Posted on July 6, 2011 at 23:00

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At 12:48 on January 17, 2011, Amelia Forsbrook said…

Fantastic...  that's really good to hear. If you could message me your email address I'll be in touch in a week or so.

Cheers! xx

At 6:41 on January 4, 2011, Catherine Paskell said…
Welcome to New Critics group, Rachel x
At 8:26 on December 13, 2010, Catherine Paskell said…

Hi Rachel, I've been looking over your reviews and think it would be brilliant if you joined our "New Critics" group on here. Click on GROUPS and then click on the group called NEW CRITICS. I'm looking for ways to reinvigorate the group and get people taking and you guys, the Bridgend Young Critics, are exactly what the group needs - people with excellent experience and reviews! Let me know what you think. Thanks x


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