Anna Galbraith

Features Writer

United Kingdom

Anna Galbraith is a 26 year old freelance culture writer. Although currently based in London, her heart still stubbornly beats for the Lancashire-Cumbria border on which she was born, and continues to straddle uncomfortably in the tones of an indiscernible accent.

Anna's career in journalism began in 2018, when she became a staff writer for the luxury men's lifestyle magazine, Gentleman's Journal, and where she contributed features covering everything from grooming and fashion to fine dining and profile pieces. Her experience across this breadth of topics has swiftly taught Anna that she dislikes the idea of becoming a specialist writer, and relishes any opportunity to stick her teeth (often literally) into any weird and wonderful project that excites her.

However, if you were to press Anna for her specialism, it would be her borderline-creepy biographical knowledge of the life and work of Dame Emma Thompson — whom she has written (thus far unanswered) fan letters to since she was 15. Alongside freelance writing, Anna has experience as a proofreader, copyeditor, campaigner and journalist and she would love to hear from you, should you have any projects, pieces or features you would like to collaborate on.

She also sincerely apologises for the excruciating self-indulgence of writing this bio in the third person. Who does she think she is.


Music & Theatre

The Telegraph
Tom Jones live at the O2

The excitement was palpable as I made my way across Greenwich's Peninsula Square to watch Tom Jones on the London leg of his Surrounded By Time arena tour, as he joined The O2's Welcome Back Show series.

Books & Literature

5 Books to pull you out of your reading slump - Reader's Digest

Offering a cure for any and all spiritual ailments, these poetic prescriptions and wise words of advice offer comfort, delight and inspiration for all. From everyday worries to finding the strength to tackle life's greater hurdles, this is the perfect volume to have by your side.

Mail Online
The World According To Colour review: Full of fascinating tidbits

James Fox Allen Lane £25 Rating: In a now famous speech delivered in 2005, David Foster Wallace noted that '[our] most obvious, ubiquitous, important realities are often the ones that are the hardest to see and talk about'. In The World According To Colour, James Fox rises nobly to the challenge.