The last few weeks I have been feeling very anxious! The acting industry is extremely hard and as much as I love it, it completely goes against my personality. I am generally a very organised person who enjoys stability and knowing what is happening next. Not to say I don't enjoy spontaneity, but when it … Continue reading New Job!
So as you all know I am an actor. I am currently touring around Spain doing children's theatre. I love it and I feel incredible proud and privileged to say that I am an actor. Some people find it very interesting and ask a lot of questions, others simply assume I want to be famous. … Continue reading Success doesn’t equal fame
Just a quick one today while I am getting back into the swing of staying updated on here! This week I have had the most incredible privilege to work in an amazing theatre in a place called Benavente which is in the province of Zamora, in the north west of Spain near Portugal! It is quite … Continue reading Benavente: Reina Sofía Theatre
...an actor on tour. I suppose the simplest thing to say is that no day or week is the same. Different places, different venues, different shows. However, I can give you a rough idea of what my life on tour in Spain as an English actor is like. Yes, we have a lot of fun on tour, but … Continue reading Day in the life of…
So it is February of 2016 and I am on my second season of touring with Forum Theatre and Education, a company based in Valencia, Spain. The company specialises in creating theatre in English for children, teenagers and sometimes adults. I absolutely love touring, but it can also be very hard work and extremely tiring! So, … Continue reading Survival Guide: Theatre Tour
Months and months ago when I arrived back in Valencia, Spain to start another theatre tour season I was explaining to one of the new actors that when the kids watch our shows 'they want to be part of our world'. By this I meant the kids that watch the shows want to believe that … Continue reading They want to be part of our world
Normally when we go on tour we stay in average hotels or hostels which have the essentials: a bed, a shower and wifi (most of the time). However, when I stayed in Yecla, I literally stayed in a castle. This castle wasn't a hotel, it was more like an apartment, so there were three bedrooms (two … Continue reading Yecla