Ask any theatre fan to list modern-day leading ladies, and internationally celebrated West End and Broadway performer Kerry Ellis would undoubtedly come up. Starting out in My Fair Lady as the understudy to Martine McCutcheon (who played Eliza Doolittle), Kerry was making headlines from the beginning of her career, having to perform the lead role […]

REVIEW: GILES TERRA – Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal

Released at the beginning of this month, Hamilton and Me: An Actors Journal by Giles Terra is a unique inside account which explores everything involved in opening a once-in-a-generation production like Hamilton the Musical. Giles, who played Aaron Burr in the original London production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash-hit musical Hamilton, kept a diary of his […]

REVIEW: WHEN THE CURTAIN FALLS (Carrie Hope Fletcher) ★★★★

A few months ago I went to Carrie Hope Fletcher‘s debut album launch with the CD titled the same as her upcoming novel ‘When The Curtain Falls‘. On the night of the launch I was given an advanced copy of the new novel which has now just been released. When The Curtain Falls tells the […]

REVIEW: SOMETHING WONDERFUL – Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Broadway Revolution

Rodgers and Hammerstein are one of the most well known Musical Theatre composers of the twentieth century having written shows like Oklahoma, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound Of Music, in what was considered the golden age of Musical Theatre. Released in April 2018, Something Wonderful, by Todd S. Purdum takes […]

Secrets of Stage Success

Musical Theatre performers Louise Dearman and Mark Evans found themselves being asked so many questions by wannabe performers that they decided to launch a website where fans could submit their questions to them. These have now been put together into a handy little book which is a must have for anyone in theatre training or […]

Dear Lupin

    Dear Lupin is a hilarious, yet touching collection of letters that racing journalist Roger Mortimer wrote to his son, Charlie, over the space of 25 years, up until his final letter before he died in 1991. Rogers letters are hilarious. Complaining constantly about his nagging wife, the boring dinner parties he has had […]

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