All About Us…
Frankly My Dear is a UK entertainment blog founded in 2014. As you can gather by our name, we LOVE film, theatre, music and TV and cover everything from Hollywood blockbusters and low-budget indies to West End shows and regional theatre. So if you enjoy reading film and theatre news, reviews and interviews, you’ve come to the right place!
Frankly My Dear UK is powered by a team of fabulous writers. Read all about them below…
Donna Kelly – Founder / Editor
Donna is the Founder and Editor of Frankly My Dear UK. By day, she works as a Digital Marketing Manager. By night, she is a freelance film and theatre journalist for WhatsonStage, The Reviews Hub, ScreenRelish and Frankly My Dear UK. If you love chatting about film, theatre, Shakespeare, Formula 1 or prosecco, connect with her on Twitter at @Donna_L_Kelly
Neelam Rehman – Writer / Reviewer
Neelam Rehman is a performance design and practice student, blogger and bubbletea fanatic. As well as writing for her own blog filmFANatiction, Neelam also covers the London theatre and film scene for Frankly, My Dear UK. Follow her posts on filmFANatiction and on Twitter at @FilmFanatic95
Lola Maguire – Writer / Reviewer
Lola Maguire leases cars by day and has evolved to live off movies, books, gin and sarcasm; probably the best cheese eater in the world. Guitarist and singer in a band, co-creator of two kids, currently writes for Frankly, My Dear UK. Follow her on Twitter at @LOLALAFFS
Vikki Rutter – Writer / Reviewer
Vikki Rutter is a North West reviewer and freelance camera assistant and operator working in the glamorous world of TV. Lover of travel and cats, although travelling cats not so much. Read her latest posts on Frankly, My Dear or follow her on Twitter at @VikkiRutter
Joe Newell – Writer / Reviewer
Joe Newell is a freelance TV producer by day and a theatre-loving foodie by night. He currently writes for Frankly, My Dear UK and Opentable. Fellow long-suffering Norwich City supporters can follow him on Twitter at @TheRealJoeyN.
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