Theatre Blog

Ivor Novello Nominations 2013

Written by Thursday, 16 May 2013
Ivor Novello NominationsThe 58th Ivor Novello Awards takes place tonight at Grosvenor House, London. Emeli Sande is nominated for two awards including Best Song Musically and Lyrically and PRS for Music Most Performed Work. Other nominations include Olly Murs, Plan B and Coldplay.
Winner of nine Tony awards, The Book of Mormon has enjoyed much success since it opened in the West End last month. The musical, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (South Park), broke box office records when it opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 21st March, taking more than £2.1 million the following day. The musical stars Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner, who play the two main characters Elder Price and Elder Cunningham respectively. KSA graduate, Daniel Buckley, will be the Elder Cunningham stand-by. For a full list of cast members, click here.

The Best Theatre Shows Across the UK

Written by Monday, 15 April 2013
Searching for the best shows to see across the UK? Then look no further!Lyn Gardner’s “Theatre Blog”from the Guardian gives you the best tips and recommendations on what to see not just from London, but all across the UK.

Olivier Awards 2013 Nominations Announced

Written by Wednesday, 10 April 2013
2013 Olivier Awards Nominations, which celebrates the wonderful achievement of British theatre, dance and opera, have been announced.
If you live in and around London and Kent, then why not pop along to Bromley Arts Festival on Sunday 24th March between 11:00 to 17:00. Hosted by Bromley Council, the event will be see all sorts of free activities for all ages including:
Bing Is For Doing CampaignBeckenham-based musical theatre college KSA Performing Arts was called upon by Bing UK to perform a marriage proposal flashmob as part of Microsoft's Bing Is For Doing campaign.
The audition itself Wear an outfit that is smart and presents you at your best, and that you are comfortable to perform in. There is no need to come dressed head-to-toe in character. If you are required to sing, act and dance at your audition, these are likely to be separate, therefore arrive looking smart and ready to perform, but be prepared to change into dancewear. If you're unsure, double-check with the university or college. Be aware that some colleges do prefer a neutral outfit (blacks) so they can focus on you. Check before the audition.
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