What makes theatre unique?

I was recently asked this question in a job application. I started to type what I thought was the right answer, but I literally couldn’t put it into words. I decided to think back to what made me passionate about the performing arts. And it was one show, one performance that got me hooked. Advertisements

“Im not trying to climb a ladder – I’m casting a bit of a net” – Neil Patrick Harris

As our graduation day loomed, deadlines dwindled and the realization that our student days were coming to an end. My classmates and I discussed the future. All being Drama students the next stage for us, was finding our place in the industry, trying to piece ourselves to an ever expanding jigsaw. Having so much creative […]

It’s a privilege to pee! (really)

For many months there has been plenty of hushed rumours of a hit Broadway musical (Referred to as UGC London) coming to the West End! And this week it’s finally been revealed; Urinetown is coming to the UK! The musical originally opened on Broadway at Henry Miller’s Theatre, running from 20th September 2001 through 18th […]

If that’s not entertainment…

We all at one point or another we all have tuned into x-factor, to watch the deluded or sometimes talented singers fight for a record deal. The much talked about reality talent show, has just got even more media hype. In January 2013 there was many rumours of X Factor the Musical being produced by […]

Deer In The Headlights

“You’ll get a graduate job with a salary of £15 – £20K” “You have a tremendous amount of skills to offer” “I would definitely employ you” Anyone else heard similar statements from friends, employers, family or friends? Maybe I’m the only one. But having graduated from University I was more than ever excited about finding […]