Ian Peter Judson

Student Journalist, Hull School of Art and Design

Location icon United Kingdom

I'm a journalist in the 2017 UK City of Culture. I used to be homeless but turned my life around quite well.

Murder Mystery Night- Review

It's not every day that you see a theatre turned into a restaurant with dining tables, seats and a three course meal with actors interacting, eating and drinking with the audience but that's what was presented to us at Kardomah 94 last night. But this was no ordinary evening, it was a festive murder mystery...

Feature Article Assignment

The amount of people becoming homeless has shot up in recent times, as confirmed by a recent Freedom of Information request to Hull City Council which saw the number of people registered as homeless in Hull go up from 65 in the previous quarter to 114 currently.

Box Office Arrives At Hull FC

It was only meant to be a 'Friendly' as Hull FC took on Hull KR in the traditional pre season Clive Sullivan memorial trophy game, but somebody forgot to tell the black and white's squad that were on duty with a pack that bore a striking resemblance to a full Panzer Division with one particular...

THEATRE REVIEW: Monologues Slam at Kardomah 94

The Hull Collective including 20/20 Theatre, Penny Duck Theatre Company and Scarlet Lights came together to organise a massively entertaining evening on Saturday as several actors, both adult and youth, came together to fight it out for the Kardomah 94 Theatre Adult Prize and Youth Prize.

THEATRE: Interview with Middle Child's Sophie Thompson about Ten Storey Love Song

Sophie Thompson of Middle Child Theatre Company has spoken to Browse Magazine about the Hull-based companies next production which is on in Hull Truck's studio theatre from 2nd to the 12th of March. Speaking first about what audiences can expect from the production she says: "I think they can expect sort of a big house party, they'll be really involved with it.

Charity That Really Is 'Doing it for the Kids'

Fundraiser and Events Organiser Claire Hook of charity Kids has spoken about several upcoming events which are raising money for the charity which continues to support children with all sorts of disabilities and their families. Sat in Heaven Cafe on the corner of Story Street and Albion Street this extremely busy, and thoroughly organised, lady...

Easter Parade- Preview

It's coming up to that time of year when Super League squads get tested, coaches sprout a few more grey hairs, supporters cheer themselves that bit more hoarse, the whole two games in three days debate rears its head again and a feast of rugby league keeps us all riveted while the men and the...

Hull KR 20 Hull FC 22, Stunning comeback bags derby bragging rights for Airlie Birds

Hull FC proved they have sheer guts and determination to claim the first derby bragging rights of the Super League season in thrilling fashion at the KC Lightstream Stadium. Being 20 points down after nearly an hour the men from the KC Stadium produced a comeback some would have thought impossible in the pressure cooker...

The Enthusiasm Of Professional Youth, With Some Seniors!

It was meant to be so cut and dried, the lambs of youth from the KC Stadium, to the slaughter by the battle hardened Warriors at the DW Stadium, but somebody forgot to tell the kindergarten team. The regulation stuff was out the way early 6-0, 12-0, 18-0 in half an hour and inevitability seemed...

Jack Harrison- Winger, Officer and Hero

Hull FC have been in existence for 150 years and one of their club records has stood for 100 of those years. Jack Harrison was born on 12 November 1890, he was the fourth out of what eventually became seven children to John and Charlotte Harrison.

First Person Article Assignment

My Daughter Could Have Died Without Heroic Story The floods of 2007 had a dramatic affect on Louise Beech and her family reaching far beyond the devastation it caused for other victims of it, now, long after the waters have subsided and life has returned to normal, they are still having to cope with a...

Heads Up Festival coming to Guildhall - HyperFruit

By Ian Judson Heads Up Theatre Festival is coming to the Guildhall with an immersive production which has previously been shown in the Houses of Parliament. The Money is one show in the bi-yearly festival run by Hull-based theatre company Ensemble 52 and invites people to buy into it as benefactors or silent witnesses.