Will has recently returned from the grey wilderness of West Yorkshire back to hometown (Royal!) Tunbridge Wells, with an English degree in his pocket. As well as a committed i-D contributor, he also writes for Disorder and Exeunt, including theatre and photography reviews and interviews. When not furiously blogging, Will spends his time playing darts and writing bad poetry. But his i-D highlight remains ambushing Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny with his dictaphone, whilst reviewing the Saatchi Gallery’s celebration of 125 years of Arsenal football club.
LYRIC HAMMERSMITH continues its boundary-breaking programme with Simon Stephens ‘Three Kingdoms’.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Sean Holmes’ utterly mad presentation of self-deprecating humour at its best.
O BRAVE NEW WORLD offers Londoners a radical new interpretation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
CRANE.TV, online video magazine, curates an exhibition of contemporary creativity.
TIM KEY is the weird and wonderful comic who’s into a little bit of everything!
SAVED: Unseen in 25 years, a new run of Edward Bond’s seminal play has opened at London’s Lyric Hammersmith.
FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE fuses football with theatre, with a spot of food on the side for good measure.
Lia is the bright young thing taking to the stage to illuminate the reality of Britain’s disaffected youth.
THE TEMPEST: Ibsen to Potter, Ralph Fiennes is at ease swapping from stage to screen, now he takes a turn as Prospero
THE ARSENAL: 125, the Gooners have headed West for an exhibition of A.F.C. snaps at the Saatchi Gallery.