Guest Blogger: Tim McArthur
Tim McArthur is currently in panto in Hereford and has received rave reviews. He's also the host/presenter of The Curtain Up Show which broadcasts twice a week on Resonance Radio, and has been nominated for an Offie for directing She Loves Me at the Rose & Crown.
On WEST END EUROVISION!
June 4, 2013
The Eurovision Song Contest has always been a highlight of my yearly calendar, beating Christmas, Easter, my birthday, and even holidays. As a young child I remember being completely fascinated with Eurovision. One Saturday night in May, the family would gather around our small TV in our living room and watch with anticipation as various countries battled it out with a three-minute song performed in their native language, often with hilarious results.
On 'A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC'
May 8, 2013
Tim McArthur: On Sondheim And Students
April 5, 2013
So here I am sat in a classroom at the University of Cumbria in the relatively small city of Carlisle, close to Hadrian's Wall, about to embark on a new theatrical journey - I have seven weeks to direct the genius that is Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music" with nineteen 21-year-olds.
On Rehearsals And Stage Fright
February 25, 2013
In this industry, I thrive on what I love to do, whether it's performing, directing, radio presenting or, occasionally, dressing up as a nun. But in the past weeks the events that have taken place have been another major learning curve in one's career, dears.
Guest Blog: On Showbiz - And Being 'Stagey'
January 31, 2013
AFTER PANTO SEASON: Planning For 2013
January 15, 2013
Just under a week ago I finished the gruelling schedule of being the pantomime Dame in Dick Whittington through dark mid-winter in the picture-postcard county town of Hereford in Herefordshire in the UK. Today, however, I am sat on the terrace of a villa in Nerja, about 45 minutes' drive from Malaga on the southern coast of Spain.
Pantomime: The Great British Tradition
January 3, 2013
"Tis the season to be jolly tra la la la la la la la la!", spending the festive season performing in the great British theatrical tradition of "it's behind you!" - yes, pantomime.