I’m loving all this sunshine we’re having at the moment in Glasgow! Everyone seems much cheerier and brighter all of a sudden after such a cold winter.
I’ve been a bit quiet on the blogging front. I had a bout of ill health and a stay in hospital to contend with, then ran straight in to playing catch up to finish a course I’ve been studying. It has still been a productive time, though. I finished writing my fourth play, and also a thirty minute monologue that I’m hoping to have produced over the summer.
As for April and May, I’m just about to head off on tour with Scottish Ballet in Romeo and Juliet. We open tomorrow night at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow. You can find out all about it at my acting website here.
You might be interested to know my theatre reviews are now being published online by A Younger Theatre, a brilliant website masterminded by young theatre-maker Jake who views the industry from a fresh new perspective. It’s exciting to be part of such a movement at the beginning and I’m sure the site is going to go from strength-t0-strength in the coming months. The site is particularly informative for young people looking to establish themselves in the arts, and as well as news and reviews boasts a mine of information compiled by Jake on apprenticeships and opportunities.
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