London West End


Interview with Alice Fearn

At the time of the interview, Alice was performing as Sugar Plum Fairy and Gingy, together with being understudy for Princess Fiona in Shrek the Musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. She has performed the role of Princess Fiona on several occasions, with notable comments from people that have been lucky enough to see her. Having played several types of musical instrument at school, Alice’s stage career began when she joined the Mountview Theatre …

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Interview with Scott McKenzie

Scott McKenzie from Dumbarton, Scotland is 13 years old. He likes maths and swimming. His favourite actor is Gerard Butler and his favourite film is ‘Law Abiding Citizen’.  He has got an 11-year-old (!) ‘hook a duck’ funfair goldfish called Frankie. His favourite meal? “My Mum’s homemade chicken fajitas.” A lovely and, I’d like to add, very polite young lad – but why am I writing this article? What’s so special? Scott has a dream. …

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Interview with John Owen-Jones

Interview with John Owen-Jones John is an award winning and record-breaking West End and Broadway performer probably best known for his performances as The Phantom in The Phantom of The Opera and as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. This week I had the pleasure of asking John some questions, I hope that you enjoy an insight into John Owen-Jones. When you graduated in 1994 with a Degree in Acting, what were your ambitions then? My …

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Love Never Dies to Close on August 27th

It has been confirmed by The Stage this morning that Love Never Dies is to close on August 27th, 2011 “Our news team confirmed it with the PR company for the show.” Having watched the news that Love Never Dies was to close unravel itself on Twitter this morning, it appeared that the cast, creatives and crew had not been informed of the closure of the show, before the news had been released elsewhere. At …

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Review of Betrayal at the Comedy Theatre 2011

BETRAYAL – The Comedy Theatre By: Harold Pinter Produced: Sonia Friedman Productions Cast: Kristin Scott Thomas, Ben Miles, Douglas Henshall, John Guerrasio Director: Ian Rickson Design: Jeremy Herbert Lighting: Johanna Town   “There were three of us in this marriage.” The line first spoken by Princess Diana, but an apt reflection which perfectly summarises this play. Betrayal is hardly a stranger to the stage – from the pen of renowned playwright, Harold Pinter; it first …

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