Nick Curtis is a feature writer, columnist and critic and an award-winning interviewer who writes for the Times, Telegraph and Evening Standard, amongst others.

Born in London, Nick Curtis began his career as an editor and theatre critic with Plays & Players magazine and Time Out before joining the Evening Standard as a reviewer, later becoming a feature writer and columnist. He was nominated for Critic of the Year by the Critics’ Circle in 1996 and named Interviewer of the Year in the 2012 British Press Awards.

He reported on the 9/11 and 7/7 terrorist attacks, two London mayoral campaigns, the 2012 Olympics and the landing of the Rosetta Space mission for the Standard, recreated the first scheduled commercial flight in a Gyspy Moth Biplane and opened Tower Bridge. For many years he wrote satirical diary columns in the style of a newsworthy celebrity, and a first-person column about London life. He has compered large events and public Q&A sessions.

Since going freelance in 2015 he has written for the Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Observer, Independent, Evening Standard, British Airways High Life and the BBC. His work has also appeared in GQ, Esquire, Marie Claire and Red Magazine. Those he has interviewed include Sadiq Khan, Tom Stoppard, Elton John, David Tang, Maggie Smith, Daisy Lowe, Dustin Hoffman, Gordon Ramsay, Dizzee Rascal, Professor Brian Cox and Camilla Fayed.

Nick is married and lives in south London, and is fiercely proud of both those facts.



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