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Older actors weigh up their careers: ‘If you’re not obsessed, you’ll never survive’ | Stage | The Guardian

Don’t expect to be in control, never stop looking for the next role: Siân Phillips, Timothy West and Janet Henfrey on how they turned acting into a life’s work. Source: … Continue reading

01/03/2017 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • KING LEAR • The Old Vic • 2003

FROM THE ARCHIVE The ornate Victoriana of The Old Vic auditorium sits in stark contrast to the ultra-modern setting of the English Touring Theatre and Malvern Theatres’ production of Shakespeare’s King … … Continue reading

11/04/2016 · Leave a comment

Did You Know…? BRADFORD’S OWN • 2006

Miss Marie Studholme as Lady Madcap 1905 © Sarah Vernon at Fine Art America Did you know just how many theatre people have come from Bradford and the surrounding area? … Continue reading

07/05/2016 · Leave a comment

Quote • GARRICK CLUB FAUX PAS

“We don’t like it when members wear the [Garrick Club] tie on television, such as Sir Donald Sinden who used to when he appeared on Blankety Blank. The worst thing was when … Continue reading

05/07/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • TIMOTHY WEST • 2003

A Proper Actor What do we mean by ‘a proper actor’? I know what I mean and its quintessence is Timothy West, a truly ensemble strolling player. His love for … Continue reading

05/06/2015 · Leave a comment

Extract • SO YOU WANT TO BE AN ACTOR? • Prunella Scales & Timothy West

Text by Prunella Scales : Text by Timothy West This is an exclusive extract from So You Want To Be An Actor? [pp52-60], courtesy of its authors, Prunella Scales & Timothy West, and Nick … Continue reading

03/26/2015 · Leave a comment

Book Review • SO YOU WANT TO BE AN ACTOR? • Prunella Scales and Timothy West

Prunella Scales and Timothy West have distilled their wisdom and experience into one of the most valuable books for young and aspiring actors that I have read in recent years, So You … Continue reading

03/25/2015 · 4 Comments

Quote • PRUNELLA SCALES • Moral Responsibility

‘We work in the most widely spoken and understood language in the world, with probably the richest literary and dramatic heritage – I believe it’s a moral and artistic duty … Continue reading

03/19/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • KING LEAR • The Old Vic • 2003

The ornate Victoriana of The Old Vic auditorium sits in stark contrast to the ultra-modern setting of the English Touring Theatre and Malvern Theatres‘ production of Shakespeare’s King Lear which opened last … Continue reading

03/01/2014 · 1 Comment