Articles by: Lexi Wolfe
By 2015, Lexi had already collected the Commendation for Julian Battersby Young Playwright of the Year Award. She's since had a play put on in the States with LaBute Festival, now receiving a month long run in New York, and was a semi-finalist in a Hollywood Film Festival for her pilot 'Wolf Women'. She is currently touring some of her plays including 'Witch In The Woods' and 'Mrs. Oscar Wilde'. Her first short film, which she wrote, directed, and starred in, 'Learning To Talk', received two award nominations at the Short Film Awards (NYC 2015). She has also published a novel and a poetry collection. 'Better Off Dead' is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Better-Off-Dead-Fledgling-Vampire/dp/1479276391/

The 2014 Tube Strikes

February 8, 2014 8:51 pm0 comments
The 2014 Tube Strikes

I read on a friend’s Facebook update (yes, I still haven’t jumped ship fully, I fear) words to this effect: ‘Even when London is in dire financial straits, the TFL will still hold the working people of this city to ransom. We must never forget this.’ It is, of course, […]

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Dear Advertisers (A poem)

January 19, 2014 3:17 pm0 comments
Dear Advertisers (A poem)

Dear Advertisers, I do not need to be told what is wrong with me I do not need to know that I am Fat, flat-chested, ugly, or unfashionable None of the products you can sell me Will erase the fact that I was painfully aware of all these things By […]

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Don’t Ask Me Why I Don’t Drink

January 8, 2014 2:36 pm1 comment
Don’t Ask Me Why I Don’t Drink

It’s not that I religiously don’t drink… This festive season, I’ve had more than two glasses of mead, and a little sup of mulled wine.  The latter, I had half a glass of while out at the Christmas Markets and from it did get very merry.  But that was in the […]

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My Beatles Confession

January 3, 2014 10:15 am3 comments
My Beatles Confession

I have something I desperately need to get off my chest. I’ve been keeping this particular secret close to my chest for years now, out of fear of being ostracized by other members of society.  My viewpoint has been ridiculed in the past and I didn’t want to have to […]

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You Are Amazing

December 20, 2013 2:00 pm0 comments
You Are Amazing

It’s very easy in the run-up to Christmas to get bogged down with the stresses and problems of your life. A lot of us get Seasonal depression, without us even realising what it is or why, when the nights begin to draw in, we suddenly get overly touchy or grumpy […]

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KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

November 30, 2013 11:21 am0 comments
KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

I kind of missed out on the KT Tunstall thing when she was really big, though she is still a very much recognised name and obviously has more than enough pull to sell out the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.  But then, her demographic is a very mixed bag.  On […]

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The Unexpected Successes Of Digital Dating

November 16, 2013 4:59 pm0 comments
The Unexpected Successes Of Digital Dating

This week, a fellow Moon Project writer wrote about the death of the interactive, face-to-face dating scene, and how the rise of social media as the main interface through which we conduct the preliminaries of our relationship has maybe affected us a little too much – we talk so much […]

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Fast-track to managerial…But I turned up for a Christmas Job!

November 9, 2013 12:26 pm2 comments
Fast-track to managerial…But I turned up for a Christmas Job!

I’m a little confused as to what happened and why today. Christmas is on the horizon and even though I’m only buying for immediate family this year (with a few minor extras), I’m going to need a bit of cash in order to maintain my Cool-Big-Sister / Generous-Auntie status come […]

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