Titanic – Southwark Playhouse, 27th July 2013

When a very good friend of mine invited me to join her at a preview of Titanic: The Musical at the Southwark Playhouse, I thought I knew what to expect. Everyone knows this famous story - the "unsinkable ship" that tragically sank in 1912. I mean, I was amongst the generation, at age 12, that was …

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Blue Eyed Girl interviews . . . David Hunter

(Picture from http://www.digitalspy.co.uk)  David Hunter is probably best known for his involvement in Andrew Lloyd Webber's search for a new Superstar which aired just over a year ago on ITV1. However, his CV shows what an accomplished performer he is, even before he was in the running to become the lead in the new production of Jesus …

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The Machine – Manchester International Festival, 20th and 21st July

Courtesy of http://www.onestoparts.com When I first heard that one of my favourite West End performers - Hadley Fraser - was to star in a play about a controversial Chess match, pitting man against machine, that took place when I was only 12 years old, I have to admit, I had my doubts over what to expect. I mean, …

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Blue Eyed Girl interviews . . . Shoshana Bean

(Courtesy of blog.oregonlive.com) Shoshana Bean is one of the biggest stars that Broadway has ever produced. After training in Cincinatti, and moving to New York City, she went on to be a part of such phenomenal shows as Godspell, Leader of the Pack and Hairspray. However, she is probably most recognisable for her role as Elphaba in amazing …

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Blue Eyed Girl catches up with . . . Nadim Naaman

(Courtesy of MUGPhotography)Earlier this year, I interviewed the truly sensational Nadim Naaman as he prepared to take on the role of Anatoly in "Chess" at the Union Theatre. Needless to say, the production gained rave reviews and the majority of performances were sold out - a ticket to "Chess" was worth its' weight in gold! …

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