Alexa Terry reviews the Actor Awareness Scratch Night with the theme of Women at the Spotlight Studios in Leicester Square.
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Not so long ago, I read an article in which Dame Judi Dench voiced her concerns that acting talent is being buried by wealth segregation. It seems that those who cannot afford Drama School training, who don’t get accepted onto a Drama School programme, or choose to complete their higher education at a University, are […]
Shit-Faced Shakespeare, with the essence of the rustic fringe festival at its heart, is a welcoming night of inebriated indecency which unshackles you from reality.
I longed for a feather in my hair, to drink a bottle of champagne too fast and to play my part in the gritty debacle.
Dirty Great Love Story’ is sweet-natured and is told so inventively, making it no surprise that it has had the success it has
We asked our reviewers to take a look at 2016 and to nominate some stand out productions for 2016. Alexa Terry replied with the following:- The Pianist of Willesden Lane Often, I find myself leaving the theatre with tear-streaked cheeks and puffy eyes. But, I was not prepared for the sobs that engulfed me, as […]
As I write this, I am envious of those who are yet to see this brilliant 20th-anniversary production which offers unparalleled, penetrating rawness, performed by a modest cast who surrender their souls to the book, score and to the broken New York artists whose stories they tell.
It has to be said: Marianne Benedict as Grizabella gives the best rendition of the infamous show tune that I have ever heard; with the climactic crescendo, her pipes burst with such raw integrity and the uninterrupted audience applause (which will undoubtedly be repeated at each performance) is whole-heartedly deserved.