Alice recently moved to London from Devon, where she freelances as an
actress & singer, whilst doing a job for out-of-work actors. Having
trained fleetingly at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance & at
the Performance Preparation Academy in Guildford, her most recent
performing ventures have included "Back to the Musicals" at the
Pheasantry, "Out There" at Riverside Studios, "Tess of the D'Ubervilles"
at Southill Park, Bracknell & "i" at the Ben Travers Theatre, Godalming -
also writing for the last two. Alice harbours ambitions to perform, to
write & get a real degree & a cat.
BWW Reviews: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, The Harold Pinter Theatre, May 1 2013
May 2, 2013
Following a highly praised run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Maria Friedman's directorial debut of Merrily We Roll Along transferred beautifully to a larger space, enjoying a strictly limited run at the Harold Pinter Theatre until June 1.
BWW Reviews: BARE: THE ROCK MUSICAL, The Union Theatre, April 30 2013
May 1, 2013
The Union Theatre has proved once again how excellent fringe theatre can be, with this superb presentation of a challenging musical. bare: the rock musical runs at the Union Theatre until 25 May 2013.
OLIVIERS 2013: In Praise Of CURIOUS INCIDENT
April 30, 2013
Director Marianne Elliott seems to have effortlessly translated the Cottesloe's "in the oblong" production into the Apollo Theatre's space, perhaps sealing the deal for this original script's enduring success.
BWW Reviews: THE WEIR, The Donmar Warehouse, April 25 2013
April 26, 2013
Here is a play that understands how best to quietly create the very raw, believable and incredibly human. The Weir runs at the Donmar Warehouse until 8 June.
BWW Reviews: THE SEAGULL, New Wimbledon Studio, April 9 2013
April 10, 2013
The Black Coffee Theatre Company asks you to leave your preconceptions at the door as they place one of Chekhov's most known dramas in the roaring twenties.
BWW Reviews: THREE BIRDS, The Bush Theatre, March 22 2013
March 26, 2013
Having initially been performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre, this production is the first London airing of Janice Okoh's Three Birds. All in all, this is a great production of a vibrant new work. Three Birds runs at the Bush Theatre until April 20 2013 and is unsuitable for a young audience.
BWW Reviews: THE BOOK OF MORMON, Prince of Wales Theatre, March 21 2013
March 22, 2013
The Book of Mormon is the most potentially offensive show I have ever seen - but it really is wonderful. Running at the Prince of Wales Theatre, accepting bookings until January 2014.
BWW Reviews: PROOF, The Menier Chocolate Factory, March 20 2013
March 21, 2013
David Auburn's Pulitzer-winning drama, Proof,takes place on a decrepit back porch in Chicago and tells the story of Catherine, the perhaps exceptionally talented and perhaps unbalanced daughter of a similarly exceptional mathematician. Proof runs at the Menier Chocolate Factory until April 27 2013.
BWW Reviews: BURN THE FLOOR, Shaftesbury Theatre, March 11 2013
March 13, 2013
Flamboyant from the off, Burn the Floor is a hugely dynamic, fast-paced Latin and ballroom dance show. Choreography by Jason Gilkison is incredibly slickly performed by renowned couples from around the world. Burn the floor runs at the Shaftesbury Theatre until September 1 2013.
BWW Reviews: MYDIDAE, Trafalgar Studios 2, March 7 2013
March 8, 2013
In association with Dry White Theatre Company, Jack Thorne's hilarious drama about privacy and an intimate relationship, takes over Trafalgar Studios 2 during March.
BWW Reviews: THE ROUTE TO HAPPINESS, February 22 2013
February 26, 2013
The Landor is currently presenting a season of international, new musical theatre entitled From Page to Stage - including Alexander S. Bermange's The Route to Happiness. While you may not leave convinced that they've reached contentment, you may well feel like you've accompanied for them some of the way, and leave just the theatre just a bit closer to the end goal.
BWW Reviews: THE TAILOR-MADE MAN, Arts Theatre, February 21 2013
February 22, 2013
As much as revivals of the old greats are great, it's always exciting when a new piece of musical theatre premieres in London. While a play version of the script, also by Claudio Macor, was performed in 1992, the current run of The Tailor-Made Man at the Arts Theatre is the musical's first outing. It runs at the Arts Theatre until 6th April.
BWW Reviews: A CHORUS LINE, London Palladium, February 19 2013
February 20, 2013
A Chorus Line hasn't been performed in the West End since the original London production closed in 1979, making its first revival one of 2013's most anticipated theatrical events.