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Things Actors Will Never Say

“Can’t wait to renew my Spotlight! It’s so purse friendly and cheap!” “Oh yeah, I’ve been a full member of Equity since I graduated and have never missed my membership renewal.” “I really wish Equity wouldn’t send me that diary every year, it’s rubbish.” “What’s a Strallen?” “I find having new headshots taken a really stress free and easy process.” “I think they should limit the amount of  ...

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Culture, Eats and Drinks, Edinburgh Fringe, Events, Music, Theatre, Travel

Edinburgh Fringe 2014- The Round-Up

Well, I’ve shaken off my tartan, emptied my rucksack of one bazillion flyers and started the inevitable liver healing process- it can only mean one thing. Edfringe is over again for another year. This year was (as ever) totally riotous, and provided me with much to laugh, think and wonder about. It gave me all manner of performance to slam my eyes onto, pints to quaff with so many great people and heralded the end of another summer. Here’s what we got up to. The Shops Head to  ...

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Culture, Events, Theatre, Travel

Brighton Fringe- Facepaint and Sunshine

Oh joy of joys! Rapture of RAPTURE! This week I’ve been down at the SEASIDE doing some CABARETING! Brighton Fringe beckoned with its gloriously sunny arty open arms to welcome us for a week of sun, sea, sand and sequins. The perfect combination in my humble opinion. Brighton Fringe feels a bit like the little sister of Edinburgh Fringe, a bit more chilled, a bit less commercial. And though I j’adore EdFringe with all my heart and theatrical loins, it’s quite nice to be  ...

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Culture, Dance, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Dance Delight: Sleeping Beauty at the Royal Opera House

What does one do with an unexpected day off? Mooch about town? Grab a coffee somewhere? Watch an entire series of Gossip Girl in a day? WELL luckily for me when that rare and evasive mistress named ‘Day Off’ called my name on Wednesday, I managed to blag a cheeky freebie to attend the schools matinĂ©e of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at the Royal Opera House. I’d never been to the ROH before, and now I have been I am aching to go back. It’s a theatre at its most  ...

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