Interview with Caroline Loncq

At the time of the interview, Caroline was performing as Margaret Hyman in Arthur Miller’s Olivier award-winning drama, Broken Glass, directed by Iqbal Khan, at the Vaudeville Theatre.

Caroline is an accomplished actress who has starred in numerous plays including in the West End, and has also appeared in over 35 television programmes and films.

Caroline recently took some time out from her busy schedule to answer a few questions about herself …

Interview with Catherine Bailey

At the time of the interview, Catherine was starring as Annabella Schmidt/Pamela/Margaret in The 39 Steps at The Criterion Theatre in London’s West End.

She says about her roles: “They are all such fun to Catherine Bailey play, and I love the fact that they are all heroic in some way. It is such a treat to play three women who are active, gutsy and important to the plot.”

Catherine’s first acting job was at …

Interview with Charles Brunton from Love Never Dies

At the time of the interview, Charles was appearing as Gangle in Love Never Dies at the Adelphi Theatre London.

Love Never Dies: From the Gothic surrounds of the Paris Opera House to the dazzling heights of New York’s Coney Island, the Phantom returns. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spectacular new musical reunites the masked Phantom with his only true love and musical protégé the stunningly beautiful Christine Daaé. Love Never Dies is a roller-coaster ride of

Interview with Charlotte Mills: Tanya in Jerusalem Apollo Theatre

At the time of the interview Charlotte was appearing as Tanya in Jez Butterworth’s multi-award winning play Jerusalem, at the Apollo Theatre.

Having found her passion for acting and dancing while Charlotte Mills at primary school,Charlotte’s first formal training began at the Sheffield Crucible’s Youth Theatre. She then continued her theatrical studies for three years at The Oxford School of Drama.

Charlotte made her professional stage debut in Jerusalem at the Royal Court Theatre, and …

Interview with Chloe Hart

Chloe has previously starred as Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray, performed in Chess at The Royal Albert Hall and in Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre. She is back on the West End stage from 12th December when she joins the cast of WICKED at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

It was apparent at an early age that Chloe had a career lined up on the stage, as at the age of six, she …

Interview with Chris Clarkson

I’m a bit of a workaholic.  I have never liked sitting still for too long (although the irony of this sentence will be revealed later).  I’ve always wanted to be an actor but I don’t hail from a particularly theatrical family.  Both my parents are teachers and did excessive work after hours so I think I had the ethic drummed into me from an early age.  However, my workaholism (probably not a real word but …

Interview with CJ deMooi

Actor CJ de MooiAt the time of the interview, CJ de Mooi was soon to be appearing as Sidney Bruhl in Ira Levin’s comedy thriller DEATHTRAP at the Brookside Theatre Romford. “DEATHTRAP is a hilariously twisted murder mystery with an equal dose of laugh-out-loud moments and scream inducing thrills starring BBC TV’s, CJ de Mooi and international recording artist, Nicki French.”

Earlier this week CJ took some time out from his busy schedule to answer some questions …

Interview with Damien Molony

Actor Damien MolonyAt the time of the interview, Damien Molony was performing in Anders Lustgarten’s new play If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep at the Royal Court Theatre.

Damien’s first major stage role was as Giovanni in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore at the West Yorkshire Playhouse directed by Jonathan Munby. His next stage role was as Motl Mendl in Travelling Light directed by Nicholas Hytner at the National Theatre.

In between …

Interview with Damien Poole

Actor Damien Poole

Damien was born in Queensbury, West Yorkshire and has been interested in musical theatre from a young age. He saw a lot of shows at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford, where he also played his first role as ‘Jerome’ in South Pacific.

A “dancer by heart”, Damien came 3rd in Dance Master UK when he was 18.

Damien completed a BETC National Diploma in Musical Theatre (Shipley College, Yorkshire), went on to audition for a …

Interview with Dani deWaal: Sophie Sheridan in Mamma Mia!

Actress Dani de Waal

Dani de Waal was born in Bavaria, Germany to a South African father and a British mother. When she was five, her family moved to England.

Dani went to The Arts Educational School, Tring Park where she studied musical theatre and graduated in 2007. She then went on to train at Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where she concentrated on acting.

In 2008, Dani won the ‘VOICE National Performing Arts Competition’ in Yeovil and …