As we journey into our last week of rehearsal on Pandasat The Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh Scotland, I can't help but feel extremely blessed to be part of this wonderful production. It might sound a little silly, but I actually look forward to going to work every morning!
I still remember how in awe I was on the first day of meeting the brilliant and talented Pandascrew! After a morning of 'meet and greet', we were led to one of the theatres inside The Traverse to do a 'read-through' of the play. Well, nervous was def...Read more
It has been many many months since I last visited AnD...
2010 was a wonderful year and I cannot begin to thank the stars for all the amazing opportunities I was given.
The journey continues and the challenges await.
Armed with nothing but my bare soul, filled with love for the things I do....
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, as just as fair
And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; ...Read more
It has been almost two years since the end of the UK & European Tour of Cameron Mackintosh's 'Miss Saigon'. Yet still, every now and then, in my moments of quietness, I think back to those wonderful touring years with the amazing Miss Saigon cast. If it wasn't for them, life on tour wiould have been so much harder.
I must admit I am so so so rubbish at keeping in touch, but I am thankful always to know these wonderful people...
Being inspired on set with some amazing, legendary actors.
I think I dribbled on set... so not classy!
THE YOUTH OF OLD AGE
Written By : Stuart Price
Starring : Prunella Scales, Knight Mantell, Crystal Yu and David Beck
Edited By : Joe Waters
Directed By : Stuart Price
Music By : Matt Fishell
Wickedly acerbic new writing ‘The Youth Of Old Age’ shows Prunella Scales at her ‘dragon tongued’ best as the matriarch, determined her heir should n...Read more
A friend once told me... 'Tis not too late to seek a newer world. It may be that the gulfs will wash us down; It may be we shall touch the happy isles. Yet