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Phantom of the Opera Interview - Christine and Raoul

With all the excitement of the recent Olivier Award win for The Phantom of the Opera, we wanted to catch up with some of the lead cast members of the show – the lovely Celinde Schoenmaker (Christine Daeé) and Nadim Naaman (Raoul) and we brought along some of YOUR questions. 137 more words

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Busy, busy...

Having decided in January that I would post more stuff during 2016, March has so far been a bit of a barren patch. That’s not particularly because I haven’t done anything, more the fact that I’ve been busy with other things. 477 more words

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New Year’s Resolution #4: Experience

Did you know . . . the time between when the curtain goes up and the curtain goes down on a show only consists of about 35% of the customer experience when attending live entertainment? 689 more words

Tower Team Tackles Terpsichorean Task Two

“Good morning,” said Benedict Cumberbatch as our paths crossed deep in the depths of the Barbican….. No, not a dream or an illusion but a real life celeb sighting. 1,519 more words

A Midsummer Night's Dream

What a Country Life!

GCSE Revision Evening with elder son. Seems barely five minutes since was attending GCSE Revision Evening with daughter, and heart rather sinks at prospect of undertaking any more Joint and Interactive Revision Activity Tasks in company of other Family Units who all seem to complete required exercises very keenly and without heated arguments under their breath about correct approach to Mind Maps. 117 more words

I’ll be an auditor/ An actor too, perhaps

Having carried out research on Bottom as a working man and as an Elizabethan theatregoer I thought it was time to turn my attention to Bottom the amateur actor. 950 more words

A Midsummer Night's Dream

One Man, Two Guvnors (Weathervane Playhouse - Newark, OH)

The important thing to know before seeing One Man, Two Guvnors is that nearly everyone in it is an idiot. Once you know that, it’s easier to just enjoy what happens for all the silliness that it is. 605 more words

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