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#Interview: Actor Omobola Akinde Speaks on International Film Festivals, Distinguishing Oneself as an Actor and Her Dreams as an Acting Coach

Hellurr Everyone!

Nollywood is blossoming more and more everyday, with new actors making their debut. It’s no wonder that we have up on the blog an amazing actor Omobola Akinde, who has performed on stage, television and in movies, including ‘Omoye’ the movie,  upcoming series ‘The Cokers ‘ and the movie soon to be released, ‘Men Tally’ 1,150 more words


Birmingham Improv at its best

Improv is one of the most exciting and entertaining forms of comedy, primarily because it is so hit and miss. Get it right and the audience will be in stitches; get it wrong and you can almost see the tumbleweed roll across the stage. 368 more words


'Cabaret Poe' returns with new site, fresh look and familiar chills

By John L. Belden and Wendy Carson

Quoth Wendy:

You always know that Halloween is approaching when Q Artistry launches its annual production of “Cabaret Poe.” This is not to disparage the show in any way – even after almost 10 years of shows, the audiences are still enthralled by it. 480 more words


Proof - David Auburn at Courtyard Theatre London

Like every other creative, there’s a bit of sadness when a production is over.

I felt like I was really Catherine’s sister, trying to keep the family together in this abandoned family home. 59 more words

Melissa Jean Woodside

Theatre Review | The Noise Next Door: Uproar! - The Point, Eastleigh

Last Saturday night was a very eventful evening in the little town of Eastleigh in Hampshire.

Morgan Freeman murdered a man with a paper cup, ogres fought gangsters in TK Maxx, Donald Trump opened a ‘Naked Christmas’-themed wine bar, and aliens landed in the New Forest. 727 more words