Interview with Andrew Alexander: Richard Hannay The 39 Steps
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Interview with Andrew Alexander: Richard Hannay The 39 Steps

At the time of the interview, Andrew was starring as Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre. Having studied history at university, Andrew subsequently found his forte at the Royal Academy of Music where he discovered that “… if I could get paid to lark around then that would be the ideal…

Interview with Nick Blood – Stuart Sutcliffe in Backbeat

Interview with Nick Blood – Stuart Sutcliffe in Backbeat

“[Backbeat] certainly isn’t a ‘jukebox musical’.[…] It is the story of a band – inevitably it’s punctuated with their songs. The songs provide the heartbeat to what is a high octane rip through 6 months in Hamburg where people fall out, fall in love, get in fights and ultimately change from boys to men.” Nick…

The Lion In Winter Review
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The Lion In Winter Review

Trever Nunn’s The Lion in Winter is a fast paced, dramatic, intriguing and amusing tale brought to life masterfully by Joanna Lumley and Robert Lindsey. In this medieval drama Lumley plays Queen Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine who has been imprisoned in Salisbury Tower, Windsor Castle by her husband King Henry ll, played by Robert Lindsay….

Interview with Tricia Adele-Turner
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Interview with Tricia Adele-Turner

At the time of the interview, Tricia was performing as Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde The Musical at the Savoy Theatre. She has previously played several roles in West End productions, including Teacher in We Will Rock You and Laura in All The Fun of The Fair. One of her early performances was in a…

Interview with Andrew Langtree
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Interview with Andrew Langtree

“I don’t really think of [Carl] as a baddy at all. Just as someone who has a slightly wonky moral compass.” Andrew Langtree studied at Sir Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. Shortly after graduating, he became part of the original London cast of Mamma Mia in 1999, originating the role of ‘Sky’. He…

Interview with Oliver Chris: One Man, Two Guvnors
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Interview with Oliver Chris: One Man, Two Guvnors

Oliver Chris first fell in love with the theatre – or the National Theatre to be more precise – when he was a little boy and although a lot of Oliver’s acting career so far has been spent in front of TV and film cameras (The Office, Green Wing, The IT Crowd, Silent Witness to…