This Roundhouse Roundtable digital discussion is open to any person aged 18+

Join writer and journalist Bridget Minamore for this session which will provide an introduction to the world of journalism. Through sharing her own experiences and offering practical advice this session will provide insight into how you can successfully build a career in journalism when you’re starting out as a freelancer.

During this 90 minute session we’ll explore interview techniques, how to write a great review, how to manage your time as a freelancer and how to get paid / what you should charge for your work.

Whether you’re an experienced writer who wants to make the leap into journalism or just starting out this is the session for you.

Founded in 2018 by Bridget Minamore and playwright Sabrina Mahfouz, Critics of Colour is a collective for UK-based people of colour which aims to make writing about theatre, dance, and/or opera more accessible.

‘We believe it’s important for all of us who love British theatre to play a part diversifying the cultural landscape of theatre critics as much as possible.’

About Bridget Minamore

Bridget Minamore is a British-Ghanian writer, poet, critic and dramaturg from south-east London. As a journalist, she is a contributor to The Guardian and has written on a freelance basis for Pitchfork, The Stage, Exeunt, The Fader and The White Review. She was chosen as one of Speaking Volumes’ 40 Stars of Black British Literature and as a poet has read her work internationally and been commissioned by Historic England, BBC, Tate Modern, Nike and ESPN. Her debut pamphlet Titanic was published by Out-Spoken Press in May 2016. Bridget currently works for production company Esperanto Filmoj, as the Writing Assistant to writer and director Alfonso Cuarón alongside working on her first novel.