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Seth Rudetsky
27 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

Discover Seth Rudetsky and Broadway's STARS IN THE HOUSE

Seth Rudetsky Over the last week there’s been an avalanche of theatre related material released for home streaming. In fact there’s so much choice available that it can be hard to know where to start.

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Equity
25 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

The Race is on to Safeguard the Income of UK Theatre Workers. Show Your Support now

Equity Most people who work in theatre - creatives, performers, technicians even critics etc - do so on a self-employed basis.

In a similar way to builders we hire ourselves out on a project by project basis and are paid an agreed fee for the duration of the job.

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Half a Sixpence - dance-a-thon
21 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

Dance the Corona Blues Away HALF A SIXPENCE Style

Half a Sixpence - dance-a-thon Amidst the raft of ingenious initiatives announced to keep us entertained during self-isolation this has to be my favourite so far.

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The Theatre Café - Leave a Light On
20 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

LEAVE A LIGHT ON is a wonderful initiative to bring top West End Performers to your self-isolation

The Theatre Café - Leave a Light On I first heard about the Theatre Café when the stars of my recent production of the musical BLITZ were invited to perform numbers from the show at their new St Martin’s Lane Venue.

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BBC - Culture in Quarantine
20 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

Culture in Quarantine: How the BBC Will help us Get Our Theatre Fix

BBC - Culture in Quarantine At times of national crisis the BBC (British Broadcasting Service) has always been there for us in the UK fulfilling its government funded brief to serve the nation. In the words of their charter they are obliged to keep us “informed, educated and entertained in unprecedented times”.

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