Andrzej Lukowski: The Green Room: Tags archive. Do you have a favourite? Whatever I am learning at the time, or warm-up exercises. Theatre school founder Anna Fiorentini: Actors have featured in other ways, too.
At somewhere like the Wigmore Hall , I would usually have chosen a carefully themed programme and would probably prefer it to run without stopping and starting. My daughter enjoys playing the recorder the sound of hell itself so I am thinking of getting her some clarinet lessons next, and perhaps trying to learn along with her. He has, however, publicly promised that the central tenets are in safe hands.
We had an absolute ball doing it, and the audiences went wild for it. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Actor and writer Lekhani Chirwa: I am sad to see it go.
I also wish I could play the cello. We also unashamedly belt along to the Wicked soundtrack with my daughter.
And my other great love is Sondheim. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. The group is still going strong, run by the same incredible couple who ran it when I was a member nearly 20 years ago. A friend of mine, pianist Gary Matthewman , runs a concert series in Kensington where he projects the translation on to a screen behind the singers.
The West End is better for Pinter at the Pinter. I wish I had learned the clarinet; I adore the sound. The best opera? He died only a few weeks later. Okay Find out more.
The Archive: Many actors have taken part this year, both in concerts and in pre-concert events. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. The Third Programme was as committed to drama, poetry and challenging talks as it was to music, which may be partly why the proms began to diversify under William Glock, who became the BBC controller of music in 1959.
Sylvia Kay — Popular sitcom actor who showed early promise on stage.