Have you ever had those days when you forgetfully leave your mobile behind at home or you become a country bumpkin for the weekend losing all internet and cell signal? I most definitely have. Although it can be incredibly frustrating at the time, afterwards I can't help but feel 'refreshed'.
My friend recently invited me to go and watch 'You Tweet My Face Space' presented by Boots & Cats Production this week. Her childhood friend, who has just graduated by Mountview, is the writer/producer and so naturally wanted to show her support.
After being the youngest person ever to play the part of John in the touring production of Miss Saigon in 2004, Hugh Maynard reprises the role in a new West End production. We caught up with him to talk about Miss Saigon, as well as the launch of his new debut solo album.
Brian Astbury is a highly influential figure in the theatre training industry, having worked with the likes of Stephen Moyer, Rufus Norris and Julie Hesmondhalgh. With Brian recently announcing that he has been made Course leader of a new groundbreaking practical theatre course, we caught up him to tell us more...
KSA of Performing Arts (KSA), Beckenham-based musical theatre college, is delighted to announce that this year’s Christmas performance “A Night Before Christmas” will be in aid of The Breast of Bromley, a volunteer group for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign.
Can you believe that it has been five months since I went to the first #LDNTheatreBloggers meet up back in June? Time really has flown by! Since then I have tagged along with Official Theatre to visit Wonderground at Southbank where I watched some awesome beatboxers – check out my review here.
As the gloom of winter draws in, what better way to be enticed outside into the cold than with a second networking event for theatre bloggers.
Celebrating its sixth year, Surviving Actors returns to London on Saturday 7th February 2015. The free acting exhibition follows on from the success of last year which saw over 2,500 professionals attend.
Top tips for applying for musical theatre courseApplying formusical theatre coursescan be daunting and often can leave you not knowing where to start. We have put together some useful tips to help you through the process of applying.
After talking to KSA’s dance and choreographer tutor Emma Bone for only a few seconds it is apparent that she has been dancing for as long as she has been walking. Emma recalls persuading her mum to let her attend ballet classes at just three years. Although she is predominately a dancer, she has an all encompassing talent in performing arts, after turning her hand to singing whilst studying at Italia Conti from the age of 14.
It is likely that you will need to audition to gain a place at a performing arts university or college. But don't let that make you shy away from your dreams. We've put together some helpful pointers to help you breeze through your audition.