Category: Interviews

Q & A with Heather Simpkin | Locked Up

Heather Simpkin Locked Up Tristan Bates Theatre   Interview with Heather Simpkin Heather Simpkin discusses her psychological drama Locked Up running at the Tristan Bates Theatre from 10th – 28th July. Locked Up marks Heather’s professional London début as a powerful, bold new playwright.   What first attracted you to working in the theatre? I […]

Q & A with Miranda Larson | Little Baby Bum Live

Miranda Lawson

Little Baby Bum Rose Theatre Kingston Mon 30 – Tue 31 July 2018 Q&A with Miranda Larson With over 15-million subscribers and 16-billion views, Little Baby Bum is nothing short of a YouTube sensation, capturing the imaginations of children across the world. Acclaimed children’s theatre and television writer and director, Miranda Larson, (who also wrote and […]

Q & A with Ray Quinn | Summer Holiday

Summer Holiday Churchill Theatre, Bromley Tue 5 – Sat 9 June Ray Quinn stars as Don in Summer Holiday The Musical, a role originally brought to life by Cliff Richard in the iconic 1960’s film.   Hi Ray, tell us, how does it feel to be the lead part in such a well-known production? It […]

Tom Chambers | Crazy For You | Interview

Interview with Tom Chambers starring in the current UK tour of musical Crazy For You.   Tom Chambers   You can’t beat some glorious Gershwin and the composer has no greater fan than Tom Chambers who is fulfilling a teenage dream by starring in the musical Crazy For You.   By the time the curtain […]

Q & A with Stephen Beckett | Mamma Mia

STEPHEN BECKETT

Q & A with Stephen Beckett Mamma Mia Novello Theatre   With the new film Mamma Mia, Here we go again! set to hit cinemas in July, what better time to celebrate the original musical which is celebrating it’s 19th year in the West End. From Monday 11th June the show welcomes some new cast […]

Q & A with David Walliams | Awful Auntie

Citizens of Brighton are advised to watch out for a very large owl as well as the most awful Auntie in history. They will be up against a brave little girl and her ghostly friend in the world premiere production of David Walliams’ Awful Auntie at Theatre Royal Brighton Wednesday 6 – Saturday 9 June. […]

Interview | Julia Donaldson | What the Ladybird Heard

What the Ladybird Heard

FROM THE DEEP DARK WOOD TO A WHOLE FARMYARD OF FUN! Julia Donaldson is the outrageously talented, prize-winning author of some of the world’s best-loved picture books including modern classics The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child, which together have sold over 17 million copies worldwide and have been translated into seventy-five languages. Her other books include Room on […]