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The Curtain Up Show

The other day I was lucky enough to help out a little behind scenes of The Curtain Up Show on Resonance FM Radio.   It is a great show that explores the world of musical theatre and has interviews with some of the leading men, women and creatives of the West End and beyond. The
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Just all the Disney animals.

Lately Disney has released a few animal movies, it’s like the noah’s ark of cinema. I’m not complaining as I am a massive animal lover and I thought it would be best to combine my movie reviews for all the other animal lovers out there. Zootropolis. Our first stop is Zootropolis An easy to watch
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Double Whammy – Mother’s Day and Warcraft reviews.

So this past week I actually had two evenings free from my usual crazy schedule and what better way to spend them than to go to the cinema. With the handy use of my Cineworld Unlimited I saw Warcraft: The Beginning and Mother’s Day. WARCRAFT: The Beginning.  So Warcraft is the 2nd biggest grossing international
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RSC – The Tempest

I recently got to go backstage and interview some of the creatives behind the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of The Tempest. This unique production is currently on at the Barbican Centre and is a partnership between the RSC and Intel. Watch the video below for a sneak peak behind the scenes and you can find out
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Putting up the Christmas tree

So in the full festive spirit me and my housemate decided to put up the christmas tree the other day, and we thought why not film it in time lapse… Yes what christmas loser we are, and I thought why not share it with all of you guys to help get you in the festive
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Bath the video

Here is a little video to go along side my blog the other day on my day trip to Bath. Me and Rhiannon had a blast and tried to see as much as Bath as possible in a short time. Hope you enjoy 🙂   You can also read about my day trip to Bath
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Back to my roots – A flashback to Performers College.

So for those of you who don’t know who I am, my name is Jamie Body and I’m a freelance performer in London. I graduated from Performers College in 2007 and have been fortunate enough to work consistently in the industry ever since, and by fortunate I mean I’ve worked extremely hard. I’m a big believer
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Q&A: Have You Met… Sapphire Elia

The next Have You Met interview is with actress Sapphire Elia. You may recognise her from TV shows such as Britannia High, Dream Team and Emmerdale, find out more about her career and hear her advice for future performers.
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My Mother Said I Never Should

Charlotte Keatley’s My mother Said I Never Should has been revived for the first time in 27 years and is currently playing at the St James Theatre until May 21st. With a cast of four females, this two and a half hour show is an emotional roller coaster. The show is told through a series
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The Great British baby bake off…

I recently got to review the show ‘ In The Gut’ by Les Femmes Ridicule for Remotegoat.com. You can read my review below or head over to remotegoat to check it out. Coming straight from the Brighton Fringe Festival and the London Clown Festival – In the Gut is on a mini tour and have
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Broadway World UK – Glengarry Glen Ross

I recently took up a position with Broadway World UK as a presenter and videographer and I had the pleasure of interviewing the cast and director of the new West End Play Glengarry Glen Ross. About the show: David Mamet‘s trailblazing modern classic Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Sam Yates, runs at the Playhouse Theatre in London’s
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How to be single. A movie review.

That makes 3 in a row – another 5 punch movie review here. I know it’s not an Oscar winning film, but How To Be Single is still a feel good movie and definitely worth a watch. A great example of female talent in Hollywood and how women can easily lead a movie. There is
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Fantastic Four. ( A movie Review)

Fantastic Four. Starring Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, Kate Mara, Michael B Jordan. UK Release  August. So you may have gathered by now that I am a massive comic book fan but the last two marvel instalments ( Ant Man and now Fantastic 4 ) Just haven’t been hitting the same fulfilment factor for me. I’ve
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Kin the podcast.

               Kin – A voice for the unheard.   “Podcasts are breaking into the mainstream medium and as a podcaster it is good to know what others do well and learn from them whether it’s something they do well or bad”  Sarah Kosar. So for my 3rd instalment with
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Spy. A Movie Review

Spy. Featuring Melissa McCarthy,Jason Statham, Miranda Hart, Jude Law. Release date June 2015 Off to a little bit of a slow start, Spy soon had me in hysterics and is a great movie. With Melissa McCarthy playing the leading lady in this Johnny English, Get Smart/Kingsman style movie it is sure to appeal to everyone.
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Pajama Game, the Musical

  First things first ( just to explain our Olsen Twins matching ensemble) … Having both been busy during the day we were unable to meet each other until just before the show.  So when we turned up to the theatre and happened to be in matching outfits we couldn’t help but burst out into
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Gypsy. A show review.

                                      “You gotta have a gimmick..”       So this has to be one of the most widely talk and raved about West End shows this season. An iconic show with a stella cast gracing the
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Fury at the Soho Theatre

A modern day Greek tragedy. Fury is playing at the Soho Theatre till July 30th and has a running time of 70 minutes. I was fortunate enough to attend a special press media call ( Thanks to London Theatre Bloggers) for Soho Theatre’s Fury on Saturday July 9th. Through this event me and a series of
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The little Gem that is the Soho Theatre. Reviewing the show ‘Credible likeable Superstar Role Model’

I’m guilty of always classing seeing a ‘show, concert or play’ as being a West End show or mainstream music festival. But a few weeks ago I was introduced, by my lovely friend Susannah, to the  Soho Theatre, which is Considered more of a ‘fringe’ venue for shows. I’m glad I finally got to go
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Ireland Part 3.

Hey Guys, How are you doing? Welcome to Ireland Part 3. 🙂 So here is my 3rd video instalment of my time here in Dublin. Things have been going great and we still have a few more weeks of crazyness left. In this video you will see you usual rehearsal and show antics and also
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