Having finally got round to finishing my Fringe blog off with a giant post explaining all sorts of things, I'm thrust back into the Cardiff campus scene once again.
(I should add- please do read my Fringe blog, I put a huge amount of effort into it, probably more effort in one month than I put into Quench all of last year. I did most of it on mobile as well or public computers, so it was really a pain to do when fitting between shows and volunteering at theatres. I'm very proud of the finished products and I think I made some good contacts in the theatre world, even though the blog didn't come out that well, I didn't make too many lifelong friends or lovers and I was also really ill and bankrupt by the end.)
Now the job of societies co editor and possibly temporary position as cartoonist on Gair Rhydd have begun, the first issue has only been online because the SU can't afford to print it, which is a real shame. I, and many others who've told me, think I've done a great job on the first cartoon, shown here, and it's a shame to have such a limited audience.
Never mind though- there's a lot more where that came from (hopefully).
The Fringe starts August the 5th. But I started already. So far I reviewed probably the craziest thing I've done in my life, and also Mass. Because I need practice and I need it cheap.
https://medium.com/tom-at-edinburgh-fringe-2016 is the link or you can click Fringe above. Hope you all enjoy and keep following me on Twitter for smaller anecdotes.
Journalism and Sociology graduate from Cardiff University.