Dusty Won’t Play at OranMor, West End Festival
Annie published five travel books, including explorations of Jordan, Benin and her native Northern Ireland and she has broadcast from destinations ranging from Australia to Zanzibar.
Annie’s children’s book Katie Milk Solves Crimes was shortlisted for the Glen Dimplex award and longlisted for Ottakars’ book awards. She won a Race In The Media award for her radio play After You’ve Gone, starring Lenny Henry and Clarke Peters, and a Peggy Ramsay Bursary for her stage work.
A drama documentary about Annie’s travels in Cambodia is scheduled for broadcast on BBC Radio 4 during 2019.
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- Wrest and Maz O’Connor, Celtic Connections review Fionnuala Boyle
- Winter Tree Identification Workshop
- Luca Manning & Fergus McCreadie Celtic Connections
- John Inglis Exhibition New Collages 2016 – 2019 Compass Gallery
- Red Thread Film Club Lynne Ramsay – Gasman and Ratcatcher
- A Hidden Life, GFT
- Weathering With You GFT
- Waves GFT
- Bombshell GFT
- Cleanin’ Up The Town Remembering Ghostbusters GFT
- Preview: The Man Who Killed Don Quixote + Recorded Q&A GFT
- Everything – The Real Thing Story Q & A
- Celtic Connections & Fallen Angels Club: Danni Nicholls
- Isobel Campbell Isobel Campbell with Hannah Fisher & Sorren Maclean and Nina Violet Celtic Connections
- Celtic Connections: SHHE SHHE + GRISLY FAYE Hug and Pint
- Rachael Dadd, The Glad Cafe Celtic Connections
- The Wandering Hearts and Zoe Graham, Celtic Connections
- Mobilising for COP 26 – Climate, Justice, Jobs Glasgow
- Sonnet Youth #31 Old Hairdressers