Becky Kells

Digital Content, AllAboutGroup

Location icon United Kingdom

I am a freelance writer and student currently living in Central London. I am founder and Co chief editor of The Broad UK, a national online student newspaper, and sub edit the RUMS Review and SAVAGE magazine. I am looking to gain further experience in the writing and editing fields.

How can I work abroad? | AllAboutSchoolLeavers

Feel like you've spent enough time in classrooms? More and more intrepid adventurers are now equipped with ski and snowboard instructor qualifications - many of which offer 'earn as you learn' schemes. The seasonal nature of ski and snowboarding resorts makes it an ideal short-term option if you're on a gap year or looking to try an array of career paths before you settle into the long term.

Sustainable Careers for School Leavers | AllAboutSchoolLeavers

While it is of course possible to go into a sustainable consultancy firm, fashion house, or ecotourism venture, there are also a lot of big names in the job world who include sustainability in their main values, and function with the planet's future in mind.

UCL's Arts and Culture Journal
Killer Whales Or Killer Corporations? - UCL's Arts and Culture Journal

BECKY KELLS lays bare the unethical practices behind SeaWorld's 'amusements'. Ten years ago, SeaWorld had a squeaky-clean reputation as a successful amusement park chain. It appeared that the American group had expertly juxtaposed thrill rides, smaller mammals, and regular concerts with its unique selling point - a sprawl of killer whales, or orcas, to be showcased in stadium performances.

UCL's Arts and Culture Journal
A fairytale for the modern woman - UCL's Arts and Culture Journal

BECKY KELLS reviews 'Mirrors' at Camden People's Theatre. It takes a strong actress to deliver a one-woman show, and Siobhan McMillan nails it. Walking into the Camden People's Theatre, dimly lit and decked out with a messy dressing table, feels a bit like trespassing into an intimate space - especially given that McMillan is already on stage, sat at the mirror, absorbed in the ritual of getting ready.