23 Dec 2013
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Fra Fee and Sacrlett Strallen Interview

Fra Fee and Scarlett Strallen: Candide

Having made a glorious return to London at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Candide is Lenard Bernstein’s jolly operetta about how everything happens for a reason. Set in the 18th Century, the story focuses on Candide, a young man exiled from his home, and his love for the beautiful yet fickle Cunegonde. West End stars Scarlett […]

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19 Dec 2013
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Amy Anzel: Happy Days the Musical

Official Theatre chats to Amy Anzel, the bringer of Happy Days the Musical. She discusses all things John Barrowman, being a friend to “the gays” and Craig Revel Horwood’s untimely departure from the show.

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26 Oct 2013
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Killian Donnelly and Denis Grindel interview – The Commitments

The Commitments is here! The much anticipated show from veteran director, Jamie Lloyd, has taken the Palace Theatre by storm! I was lucky enough to catch up with leading actors, Killian Donnelly and Denis Grindel to discuss their roles of Deco and Jimmy in the show.

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11 Oct 2013
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Nathaniel Parker Macbeth

Nathaniel Parker – Macbeth

Nathaniel Parker is acting royalty! From his television career to his onstage work, there is no denying this man is a pro! I managed to catch up with Nathaniel on press night of Macbeth at the Little Angel Theatre, in which Nathaniel voices the starring role. Nathaniel also told me what it was like to act alongside Helen Mirren in The Audience.

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27 Sep 2013
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Mike Noble – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is one of the most popular plays in London, having won itself 7 Olivier Awards in its opening year. I caught up with leading actor, Mike Noble, to discuss his role as Christopher Boone.

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2 Sep 2013
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Joey McKneely and Louis Maskell West Side Story

As West Side Story prepares to embark upon an extensive UK tour, I caught up with the cast and creative team behind the show as they rehearsed for their run. I chatted with director and choreographer, Joey McKneely and actor playing lead character Tony, Louis Maskell in an exclusive backstage interview.

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29 Jul 2013
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Sadler’s Wells Latitude Interview: Billy Trevitt and Emma Gladstone

Hurrah! The summer theatre season is upon us! This means theatre goes on the road to festivals across the UK! I caught up with Sadler’s Wells as they prepared to present their 6th season of work at Latitude Festival!

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7 Jun 2013
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Guy and Girl Once the musical

Declan Bennett and Zrinka Cvitešić Interview: Once the Musical

I LOVED Once the musical when I saw it last month and was lucky enough to speak to Declan and Zrinka (Guy and Girl) to find out more about their roles in the show. This hilarious duo who spoke to me about the show as well as attempting to conquer my LIGHTENING ROUND challenge!

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29 May 2013
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Harry Francis – A Chorus Line

Harry Francis plays the role of Mark in A Chorus Line, the youngest performer on the line. I talked to Harry (and dances with him too!) about life as a young and successful actor as well as his hobbies outside of the acting world. Harry is also brave enough to take on my quick fire Lightening Round challenge!

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15 May 2013
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David McGranaghan – Jersey Boys

I talk to David McGranaghan, Nick Massi in the London production of Jersey Boys. David tells me all about his life as a working actor as well as his side business as a game inventor! Watch David and I play the Game For Fame and hear his answers to my very own game, The Lightening Round!

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It was early 2017 when new musical Come From Away opened on Broadway, so it will have been an impatient two-year wait by the time we get to see it on this side of the pond. The West End launch party was a reminder of this sorry fact, whilst also serving to ramp up our […]

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