My blog has quite a lot of posts about Samuel West (Julius Caesar, On Chesil Beach and Darkest Hour) and Charles Edwards (My Fair Lady Australian tour and Henry IX).

Friday, 20 August 2010

Samuel West. Arts funding. NCA board. Index on Censorship. Narration - Peer Gynt. Narration - Nocturne. Audio - A Shard of Ice. Radio - The Vanishing. Theatre - Generation Jeans. Television - Garrow's Law. Theatre - A Number.

  • An extended version of the arts funding article has been posted at Ning (via his Twitter, @exitthelemming) [link]

  • The Arts Desk has made a partial transcript available of a discussion on You and Yours about arts funding, which Sam participated in [link]

  • Board profile for the National Campaign for the Arts [link]

  • Video from Sir Tom Stoppard Presents... Belarus Free Theatre, an event hosted by Index on Censorship [link]

  • Sam will narrate Incidental Music to Peer Gynt by Grieg with the Southampton Philharmonic on Saturday 27 November (via City Local) [link]

  • Lucy Parham interview from the Harrogate International Festival's website about Nocturne: The Romantic Life of Chopin, which toured in July. Sam and Harriet Walter were the readers. [link]

  • Sam plays Albert Tiermann in the Doctor Who audio Demon Quest: A Shard of Ice, which will be released in November 1|2|3

  • Sam recently recorded the radio play The Vanishing in Glasgow [link]

  • Sam read from Generation Jeans by Nikolai Khlezin at the HighTide Arts Club in Edinburgh last week (posted earlier at my Twitter, @spiffyjellybean) [link]

  • Some tweets from Sam's Twitter about filming Garrow's Law 1|2|3

  • A Number will be revived at the Menier Chocolate Factory, 29 September-5 November (via Sam's Twitter, @exitthelemming) [link]

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