Bryony Foale

About Bryony Foale

Bryony Foale is an author and singer-songwriter. She has been working on a children’s novel and two Young Adult books for the last three years. Bryony is passionate about writing and developed her skills at Middlesex University and The Central School of Speech and Drama through creating devised theatre and writing her own scripts. In 2013, Bryony released her debut independent album ‘Paper Dreams’ which charted on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter charts. She has regularly appeared on the BBC and has performed at many established venues in London, including The Troubadour, The Bedford and The O2 Islington. She has been featured in the Evening Standard and many local papers as well as being nominated for MTV Brand New for 2014.
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The Mental Health Crisis: What is the government doing?

By |2017-12-20T12:19:49+01:0020th December, 2017|

One in four people in the UK experience mental health problems each year and in 2014/15, there were over one and a half million outpatient appointments for adult mental health in NHS hospitals. "‘I want to see the stigma stripped away so that no-one in this country feels unable

Grenfell Tower Fire – What needs to happen now and what you can do to help.

By |2017-09-08T07:55:38+01:0016th June, 2017|

We all woke up to the horrendous news on Wednesday morning about the fire in Grenfell Tower, West London. We watched the local residents’ distressing accounts, reports of mothers throwing their children out of windows to save them and footage of trapped residents who have not been seen since, will be etched in our minds. But imagine if you witnessed the tragedy first hand. Imagine if you lived in a similar block of flats. Imagine