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Fury at Soho Theatre

COR BLIMEY GUV’NOR it’s been aaaaaages since I wrote about any theatre I’ve been to see! Basically there was a bit of an ugly vibe going round about theatre bloggers a while ago and I didn’t really want to get involved with any online slanging because nahhhhh that’s long. BUT last week I went down to one of my faaaave theatres in London, the wonderful Soho to catch the latest offering from rising play scribbling star, Phoebe Eclair-Powell who is currently  ...

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Acting

Low Pay/No Pay Acting Work

I’m writing this in my dressing room at the Union Theatre, where I’m currently a cast member in the show The Spitfire Grill. I say dressing room in the loosest sense of the word. It’s an attic space directly above the stage, underneath the railway arches, lit by fairy lights and disco balls  and with a few friendly mice running around. Its genuinely quite romantic and charming, as long as we remember to take the bins out. It’s a profit share production, which means  ...

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Friday Feeling!

WHAT UP. You good? Yeah? I’m good. Let’s do this feel-good Friday thing, s’been a while. GOOD SHIT from the last few weeks y’all. Started rehearsals for MY NEW JOB That’s right folks, I landed me a cute Summer job in a gorgeous little fringe musical at the Union Theatre, The Spitfire Grill. We’ve learned all the music (which is BEAUT BY THE WAY), began blocking the show, discovering who the characters are. Oh, and we also found time to drink on a roof  ...

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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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