Interview with Aamira Challenger 

Aamira Challenger stars in the forthcoming stage adaptation of the classic Ealing Studios comedy, The Lavender Hill Mob. I caught up with Aamira to find out more about the upcoming UK tour. Can you tell me about The Lavender Hill Mob?The Lavender Hill Mob is a stage adaptation of the 1951, classic Ealing Studios comedy. Set... Continue Reading →

Interview with Nadine Higgin

Nadine Higgin stars as Alma in the forthcoming production of Yellowman, which opens at the Orange Tree Theatre next month. I spoke with Nadine to find out more about her latest play. How did you get into theatre?I grew up going to the theatre a lot. My mum used to go all the time and... Continue Reading →

Interview with Jessie Hills

Mark Ravenhill’s thriller Blackmail, based on the original by Charles Bennett, opens at Colchester's Mercury Theatre next month. I spoke with Jessie Hills, who plays Alice, to find out more. Can you tell me about Blackmail?Blackmail is based on Charles Bennett’s smash hit play, adapted for the screen by Alfred Hitchcock, in a new version by acclaimed... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lizzie Crarer

Actor Lizzie Crarer is currently starring in the critically-acclaimed The Ballad of Maria Marten which returns to stages across the UK this spring. I caught up with Lizzie to find out more. Can you tell me about The Ballad of Maria Marten?The show is based on the true story of a woman who was brutally... Continue Reading →

Interview with Beth Eyre 

Beth Eyre is currently starring as Belle in Beth Flintoff’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol, now playing at Reading Rep Theatre. I spoke with Beth to find out more about her latest role. What can you tell me about this production of A Christmas Carol?Beth Flintoff’s brand-new adaptation of A Christmas Carol transports the action... Continue Reading →

Interview with Edd Muruako

Edd Muruako is starring in the "darkly comedic and wildly sexy" Very Special Guest Star which is currently playing at Clapham's Omnibus Theatre. I caught up with Edd to find out more. Can you tell me about Very Special Guest Star?Its a play about an inter-racial same sex couple that decide to have a threesome with... Continue Reading →

Interview with Emily Pemberton

Emily Pemberton is currently performing with represent., a theatre company for actors from a lower socioeconomic background, in Interruptions by Stephen Jeffreys which is running at Jacksons Lane Theatre until 4 December. I caught up with Emily to find out more. Can you tell me about Interruptions?It’s a play written by the late, great Stephen Jeffreys, about a fictional country... Continue Reading →

Interview with Molly Osborne

Paula Vogel's Indecent will have its European premiere at the Menier Chocolate Factory later this month. I spoke with actor Molly Osborne to find out more about this play and how she feels returning to the stage. Can you tell me about Indecent and your character?Indecent shows us how art can change a person’s life.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tanya Bridgeman

Part of Iris Theatre's Summer Festival, Shoes to Fill is a new one-woman play about the coming together of new cultures. I caught up with writer Tanya Bridgeman to find out more. Can you tell me about Shoes to Fill?Shoes to Fill follows the character Granddaughter who loses her grounding and must go on a... Continue Reading →

Interview with Jo Tyabji

Written by Tabby Lamb and starring David Hoyle, Darling is the latest instalment from the second season of 45North's Written on the Waves audio play series and examines what it's really like growing up inspired by the boy who never did. I caught up with Director Jo Tyabji to find out more. Can you tell... Continue Reading →

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