Out of the Darkness

Post-production review of performing in DMT’s production of Jekyll & Hyde. Feature photo of Spider and some of the Prostitutes from the Red Rat Show week is always an intense experience, which is usually a mixture of emotions, adrenalin and endurance.  The people around you are so important in making Read more…

Escape to the Dark Side

Preview as DMT prepares to performs Jekyll and Hyde Photo taken from DMT publicity History It was originally a book published in 1886 by Robert Louis Stevenson called The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, in which London lawyer Gabriel John Utterson investigates the strange link between his Read more…

Reviewing Sondheim’s Follies

The Art of Staying in Character Cover image from the National Thetre’s 2017 production of Sondheim’s Follies I had the pleasure of watching Dominic Cooke’s professional production of Sondheim’s musical Follies this month at the National Theatre in London. As a spectacle and a production it was astoundingly good. The Read more…

Playing Escamillo

A post-production review: Photo from the dress reheasal taken by Stewart McPherson. So it happened. The dust has settled after an incredible week performing in Bristol Opera’s production of Bizet’s Carmen.  So, how did it go? Since March, the part has continued to evolve and my interpretation alter, partly organically Read more…