Matilda Battersby

Matilda Battersby

London, United Kingdom


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Matilda Battersby

Matilda Battersby is a journalist based in London, United Kingdom. As a freelance writer, editor, copywriter, content strategist and social media consultant I have a decade of experience working for newspapers including The Independent, The Times, i, Evening Standard, Telegraph, Daily Mail and Guardian, as well as agency clients including M&C Saatchi, Progressive Content and Mediablaze. I specialise in arts and culture, theatre, film and write features about education, health and parenting. I'm also well versed in financial news and features and writing for brands.

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http://thelongandshort.org/life-death/rethinking-funerals

A new kind of funeral director - Long+Short Far away from the typical, austere funeral formalities, meet the people trying to rethink how we mark our deaths


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Live theatre on the big screen: The fear that streaming plays in cinemas would cannibalise theatre sales has largely been disproven - The Independent


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https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/education/school-phobia-parents-children-mental-health-trauma/

Parents open up about the trauma of their anxious children refusing to go to school - i newspaper


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The Museum of Sex: The show of outsider artists and sex is set to shock - The Independent To coincide with the 25th Outsider Art Fair in New York, a new exhibition at the famous Manhattan gallery, the Museum of Sex, will show a collection of erotic artworks by outsider artists


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Retreat looks out in anger at chicken farm - The Times A writers’ retreat known for its peace and tranquility could be ruined by the noise and smell of a farmer’s planned chicken broiling factory next door, its head has claimed.


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http://thelongandshort.org/creativity/gallery-of-everything-outsider-art

A new gallery celebrates the work of the outsider - The Long + Short The Gallery of Everything bills itself as the first commercial space for outsider art. With the help of Jarvis Cocker it's shining a light on an unusual corner of the art world


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https://inews.co.uk/essentials/culture/film/why-hidden-figures-reveals-an-important-part-of-nasas-lost-history/

Why Hidden Figures reveals an important part of NASA’s lost history - i newspaper


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https://inews.co.uk/essentials/news/education/outdoor-learning-teaching-children-outside/

We need to start building classrooms to teach children outside - i newspaper


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Let’s stop marketing children’s books along gender lines - The Pool And can we cut down on the number of lady “witches” in children’s titles too, asks Matilda Battersby


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7 best wheeled travel bags - The Independent Off exploring? Find yourself a convertible companion which scores highly for storage and durability


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Queer British Art at Tate Britain: Is it wrong to lump LGBT art together? - The Independent Billed as ‘the first major exhibition dedicated to queer British art’, Tate Britain's brand new show, which covers gay art from 1861 to 1967, joins a host of other galleries and museums celebrating the Sexual Offences Act of 1967, that partially decriminalised male homosexuality


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Too often, the art world associates genius and talent with men - The Pool Women are overlooked in visual art, with their work selling for less, and failing to turn up in galleries. Matilda Battersby reports


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https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/feb/11/romantic-holiday-disasters

Unhappy valentines: Romantic disasters on holiday - The Guardian


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The six annoying British families you're guaranteed to meet travelling the world - The Telegraph


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Jacqueline Wilson on getting children to read, escapism and inspiring books - The Independent The bestselling author has teamed up with budget airline easyJet to fill planes taking kids abroad over the summer with “flybraries” – passenger seat pockets containing children’s classics chosen by Wilson


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How to drink Korean soju - World Travel Guide The ubiquitous Korean spirit comes hedged around with rules and protocol. Matilda Battersby takes a tour


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Dubai holidays with the family: how to do it right - Evening Standard newspaper It may be in the desert but there is still plenty of aqua-based fun for children of all ages, reports Matilda Battersby


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