London West End


Interview with Kieran Brown

At the time of the interview Lover Never Dies was playing at the Adelphi Theatre London and is the sequel to The Phantom of The Opera.  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 protégée, the stunning beauty Christine Daaé. Kieran joined Love Never …

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Interview with Frances Mayli McCann

Frances made her West End debut as one of the Divas in Priscilla Queen of The Desert, at The Palace Theatre London, on 7th March, 2011.  She says about Priscilla;“I love being a Diva – the make-up, costumes and wigs are very cool and flying is awesome!” Brief biography of Frances: Frances was born in Glasgow. From about the age of  four when she was a promising young gymnast and dancer, and at the age …

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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 …

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Interview with Debbie Kurup

From 9th May, 2011, Debbie Kurup will reprise her role of Velma Kelly in the West End production of Chicago at the Cambridge Theatre. Chicago brief synopsis: In the late 1920s in Chicago, Illinois, Velma Kelly murdered both her husband and her sister when she found them in bed together. She welcomes the audience to tonight’s show (“All That Jazz”). Meanwhile, we hear of chorus girl Roxie Hart’s murder of her lover, nightclub regular Fred …

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Interview with Amy Edwards

Interview with Amy Edwards Amy was born on 29th December, 1986 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, she has two younger brothers. Amy mentions “we are all very close, I’m very lucky to have had such a supportive family throughout my life and career. One of my brothers is also an actor/musician, it must run in the family!  My other brother doesn’t like the limelight at all, which is probably a good thing as he …

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