Eurovision is back, back, BACK!

After Eurovision was cancelled for the first time in its history last year, the contest is finally upon us once again! And boy do we need it. Many were disappointed after the announcement in March 2020 that Eurovision was off. … Read More

Some thoughts ahead of Eurovision 2019

They call Tel Aviv the bubble, and you can totally see why. Amazing weather, the most beautiful people, and gorgeous beaches. It’s a real party town -you would hardly believe you’re in the Middle East. Calls for boycotts, discussions of … Read More

Why I run

Not my usual Eurovision-related post on here. I’ve been keeping a blog on my JustGiving page but the character limit is 500 characters. This time, I have a little more to say… I’m just about to embark on my 11th … Read More

Eurovision is over but what’s another year?

Eurovision is over for another year. Lisbon and RTP did a great job of staging the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time. It was a year of mixed results, and for many fans, mixed feelings. Huge respect to the … Read More

The countdown to Lisbon is on!

It feels like barely a few weeks have passed since Portugal’s stunning victory in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest and yet here I am, heading to Lisbon for the 63rd edition of the event. Time flies when you’re having fun, … Read More

Hello from London!

After two and a half years living and working in Amsterdam, I’m back in London having taken up a communications role at Queen Mary University. I’ve learned so much during my time in Amsterdam and am so grateful for all … Read More

Amsterdam calling…

I am incredibly excited to be taking up the opportunity to work with Scrn as Digital Communications Manager. In this position I will primarily act as Online Manager to oversee the wide range of services that Scrn provides to the European … Read More

Auf Wiedersehen Vienna!

That’s it all over for another year. For once I predicted the winner – not like in 2013 when I called it for Georgia which finished 15th! Congratulations Sweden – a deserved victory. On the night though, as controversial as … Read More