Sandra Giorgetti

National News Editor and London Reviewer

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After dropping out of university (psychology and drama at Manchester) Sandra volunteered at the emerging Man in the Moon Theatre in Chelsea's King's Road for a number of years whilst holding down "proper jobs" that almost paid the rent. Under the auspices of Man in the Moon founder, Leigh Shine, she quickly became an Edinburgh Fringe obsessive with a seven shows a day addiction. One year Sandra got married between shows which brought down her daily average, and she went cold turkey after the birth of her first child.

Sandra was co-editor the Stephen Sondheim Society Magazine for a year prior to joining the team at the British Theatre Guide. In 2007 she completed a stage design course at the Theatre Museum; since then she has attended courses on theatre process and theatre and playwriting from 1570-1642. For the third year running Sandra is a volunteer on First World War theatre project, Great War Theatre.




Marlowe Theatre receives £1m

Weasels take the credit: CRF3

Continuity Support and CRF 3 Emergency Resource Support announced this week.
21 Round For Christmas

Sick of Cinders and delighted by Dick [Whittington]

Sandra Giorgetti considers some geographically arbitrary alternative festive options with a dollop of [cranberry] sauce.
Tropicana - Best Solo LGBTQI Act from Scene Alba Magazine

Edinburgh is back, up and down

A bit of an Edinburgh round-up from National news editor Sandra Giorgetti.
Edinburgh Fringe 2021

Numbers speak volumes – what's to see at the 2021 Edinburgh Fringe

National news editor and London reviewer Sandra Giorgetti previews some of the shows on offer at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
The Jack Studio Theatre

[Comm]unity is Strength

National news editor and London reviewer Sandra Giorgetti talks to Jack Studio Theatre artistic director Kate Bannister on the venue's reopening this week.
Arts Council England publish Cultural Recovery Fund - Second Round of Grants

CRF2 unpacked

A second round of funding from the Culture Recovery Fund was announced last week in which £26 million has been awarded to more than two thousand organisations.
Nicolle Smartt, Persephone, Talking Gods

A voice from the past, a message for the present

National news editor and London reviewer Sandra Giorgetti talks to the team behind Talking Gods, a series of plays created and filmed by Arrows & Traps Theatre Company at her local venue, the Jack Studio Theatre.
Online content consumption - research published

To paywall or not to paywall, that is the question

National news editor and London reviewer Sandra Giorgetti looks at a recent report on consumption of online content.
Charity single, "I Dare You" - released on Tuesday

Not just another day?

National news editor and London reviewer Sandra Giorgetti thinks about Tuesday's lockdown anniversary.
London Playwrights’ Workshop

The road to hell is paved with adverbs

Sandra Giorgetti has her mind boggled by the array of online workshops that keep the creative juices flowing and the grey matter going in an otherwise gloomy winter landscape.