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Sophia Tremenheere

Sophia Tremenheere

In her free time Sophia plays the french horn and piano, which is where her love for performing arts first stemmed from. Her top three favourite shows are musicals Mamma Mia, Sound of Music and Phantom of the Opera. She also enjoys going to intimate gigs and festivals, particularly watching acts that are just starting out in their career, and regularly meets up with #LDNTheatreBloggers.
 
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 00:00

Do You Want a Career in Musical Theatre? Part Two

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.

Thursday, 21 March 2013 00:00

Upcoming: Bromley Arts Festival 2013

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:

Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:00

An Afternoon With Louise Dearman

When I first got the email asking whether I wanted to have an interview with Musical Theatre star Louise Dearman, I was ecstatic. After following her career closely for some time, I had so many questions to ask her. Rather appropriately, we met in the West End at an office just off Leicester Square.

As soon as I introduced myself and Musical Theatre Blog as a website intended to be an aid to performing arts students, Louise Dearman immediately started chatting to me about her upcoming book.

Friday, 29 November 2013 00:00

Pastoral Care For Performing Arts Students

No matter what age you are, going off to university or a performing arts college for the first time can be daunting. If you're a performing arts student your course will expect you to study long hours.  This will not just be physically demanding on your body, but also mentally.  We look at the challenges you may face, and how best to overcome them.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014 00:00

Free Networking Event For Actors

If you are an actor and looking to meet fellow actors, then this might be the event for you.

Tuesday, 25 March 2014 00:00

Interview: An afternoon with Matt Flint

Born in Scarborough, Matt Flint is a well-known talented dancer and choreographer after winning Series Two of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ with his tap moves.

We caught up with him to see what he is currently working on.

Last week, I received a surprise email from Rebecca Felgate at Official Theatre inviting me to join her for a networking event with fellow theatre bloggers over some Gin tasting and nibbles. Without hesitation, I hit the 'reply' button to confirm yes, I would love to attend. After all, gin is one of my favourite drinks.

Tuesday, 26 August 2014 00:00

Review: London Wonderground at Southbank

Thanks to Official Theatre, I was recently invited to London Wonderground, a playground packed with a circus, cabaret and family entertainment.

Two-time Olivier Award winner and multi-platinum recording artist Michael Ball will be hosting this year’s West End Heroes gala concert at newly refurbished The Dominion Theatre, London on 28th September 2014 at 7:30pm.

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