Just how free can you be?
Rhetorical question, because the past two years, mixing almost full time teaching with the occasional touring gig has been wonderful, full of amazing experiences, working with talented young theatre artists, alongside some extraordinary teachers. So – farewell, and thanks for all that. Now, I’m back on the road, just me and my backpack, Dame June’s […]
Life of a Troubadour
I almost wrote “Life of a Vagabond”, because that’s what it feels like! Here I am, presently based in Edinburgh, Scotland, renting a room in a delightful family flat a block from Portobello Beach. I’ve some teaching work at a local acting academy, working with Acting students, and Musical Theatre students, just fabulous. In between […]
At Last – the Nurse
I am in the delightful position right now of playing one of Shakespeare’s great roles, the nurse in Romeo & Juliet. Strictly speaking, I’m probably too old for her. After all, she had a baby the same age as Juliet, just under fourteen years ago, and my child-bearing years ended quite some time before that. […]