Monthly Archive: March 2013


My website has been updated and we have added a new section for testimonials and thanks to everybody who contributed.



My brother has just found the English version of a Spanish advert I did.  I didn’t know there was an English version!


Today I had the day off school,  I have had a really bad cold.  Yesterday I did my speech exam for Trinity Guildhall and I managed to get through it without coughing.  I have my half term exams next week so I am going to have a quiet weekend and get rid of my cold. Here is a picture  of my bird Betty having fun.  You can look at the film on    


Don’t forget to log on  tomorrow, Wednesday, to The Young 1s on  between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.  There will be me, Ben, Darcy and Emily talking about what’s going on and playing some music for you.


Last week was mad busy with lots of auditions all at once.  At the weekend I was invited to receive a prize and copy of a book produced by Barnet Arts Council as I won a third prize in the 12 to 16 year section of the 2012 poetry competition. This is my poem. SHOULD I FIND A GENIE Should I find a genie in a bottle Would I set him free Or would I keep him for myself A prisoner and a slave to me   Would that be the right thing to do To watch him sitting there...

No Man’s Land

No Man’s Land

Here is the new website for the short film ‘No Man’s Land’ directed by Oscar Barby.  I am really looking forward to filming it soon.  It is really interesting, dramatic and sad.   This film is based on a true story. Here is a piece from Spartacus Educational about boy soldiers. Hundreds of boys falsified birth dates to meet the minimum age requirements. Desperate for soldiers, recruiting officers did not always check the boy’s details very carefully. A sixteen year-old later told of how he was able to join the army: “The recruiting sergeant asked me my age and when...


I went to the screening of Z1 on Thursday at the BFI Southbank.  I met up with Kate Hardie who played my mother in the film and we sat together to watch it and we still jumped at the scary bits even though we knew what was coming.  Then we had lunch in the BFI River Front restaurant and I had a great burger and there were a lot of people there.   I then went to the afternoon screening and met up with Steven Mackintosh who played my dad.  Everybody was very quiet throughout the film and it was...