Most of my days consist of script-learning, workshop planning, uni assessment-doing, gig and interview organizing, column and blog writing, entertaining little princesses and finding time to chill in between! I’ve posted a few pictures with a few words underneath, which might explain just some of things that I have been up to recently!
Learning the script and going through notes in the car for a play I’m doing called ‘Passion of Jesus’, which covers the story of Jesus around Easter. We are performing the play at Trafalgar Square on Friday 29th March and Guildford Highstreet on Saturday 30th March 2013.
Last week myself and the cast of ‘Footloose’ at Blackfish Academy had a read-through of the script. Rehearsals are now underway. Performances will be at the Round-House theatre, running from 8th-13th July 2013. I will be playing the role of ‘Urleen’ and I cannot wait!
Me (left) and my sister Abi (left) at rehearsals for ‘Passion of Jesus’ in Guildford – this is the first time we tried on our costumes!! Always a fun rehearsal!
Had an vocal assessment at university – I sang ‘Words, Words, Words’ from the musical ‘Witches of Eastwick’. This song is sung by the character ‘Suki’ – LOVED DOING THIS!
After the launch of my performing arts company, ‘Tonality Stage Academy’, I have really enjoyed delivering my own workshops and training in order to encourage young people. We are currently doing a tour of schools around East Kent and have been supported more than we could have imagined! Thank you to everyone for your support! There are many ideas in the pipeline that are all very exciting. I am so proud of all the performers who currently attend workshops/private coaching and I am also proud of our coaches for all their hard work! Keep it up lovelies!
I have been writing a column for the Folkestone Herald/Dover Express which is printed fortnightly. I will be uploading them to my profile on ‘This is Kent’ website – take a look!
‘Orfila’ (the band I am proud to be a third of!) which is made up by Abi (my sister), Matt (my brother) and myself. Here we are at BBC Radio Kent last week for our interview on Dominic King’s Show, ‘The Kent Gig Live’.
I have attached a video with a rough recording of our interview – we perform a song ‘Draw A Line’, written by Matt Orfila, which is going on our EP and is due to be released within the next few months. The recording isn’t great – it’s just for those who missed it!
SO many more things coming up, keep an eye out for facebook and twitter where I will post regular updates: