What would Julie Do? – The Do-Re-Mi Challenges

Hello Happy Performers,  It’s Rosie Williamson a.k.a that ‘What Would Julie Do?’ girl here and I have a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious mission for you… should you choose to accept it…   It’s getting to that time of year when us performers are either plunging into panto, busy with Christmas gigs or wishing we were busier. I often […]

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 […]

POWER UP YOUR VOCALS WITH YOGA –part one

Kerry Stammers is a Yoga teacher, Acro Yogi, Ex West End Wendy, treading barefootbabysteps into Motherhood, nature, travel, adventures, climbing trees and creative outlets.  One of the most important tools for an actor or singer is the voice so it makes sense that we keep the mechanisms that make it work top notch. The condition […]

How to eat Cake for Breakfast and be Happy. 

Dancer and Food Blogger Lauren O’Sullivan In that countdown to starting a new job (as in an actual acting/musical theatre/dance contract!!) there are feelings of pure excitement and a giddy sense of relief as you realise that you won’t have to temp or waitress or promote weird smelling foot cream for a prolonged period of […]