“What Would Julie Do?” LIVE

  Rosie Williamson, ‘Happy Performer’ blogger and creator of “What Would Julie Do?: A Practically Perfect Guide to Living” (www.whatwouldjulie.com), is hosting her first live show on Sunday 30th October 2016.   It promises to be an evening of musical theatre therapy where emerging musical theatre performers share ideas on how to solve problems (like […]

How to survive ‘Doubling up’ Shows

Well I never, you’ve only gone and got yourself another job. Congratulations. Pop, pop, pop.  What’s that? You’ve already got a job? Oh two at once, even more congratulations and felicitaciones to you. Now all you have to think about is how you’re going to survive the workload. Who’d have thunk it, two jobs at […]

POWER UP YOUR VOCALS WITH YOGA – Part 2

Kerry Stammers is a Yoga teacher, Acro Yogi, Ex West End Wendy, treading barefootbabysteps into Motherhood, nature, travel, adventures, climbing trees and creative outlets. As singers and actors, the whole body becomes an instrument. In a profession that is extremely demanding and competitive, we want to give ourselves the best possible chance by being equipped […]

6 traits all Performers need to succeed. 

Actor and Life coach Sophie Linder-Lee Do you have something that you are struggling with at the moment? I know what you’re thinking: “Did she really just ask that?”  Of course you do, we all have ‘The Stuff’. It’s what makes us feel significant actually. All ‘The Stuff’ reminds us what’s important, what matters and […]

Should we lose what makes us us to get a role? 

Actor and Blogger Luke Newey Picture the scene: After spending the last six hours serving customers who can only be described as spawns of satan and dealing with a dictator of a manager, you get a phone call for an audition you’ve been waiting for. Whether it be a dream role, a job that can get […]