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My blog has quite a lot of posts about Samuel West (On Chesil Beach and Darkest Hour) and Charles Edwards (My Fair Lady Australian tour and The Halcyon).
I have also written some posts about diversity in the entertainment industry.

Monday, 5 September 2011

Samuel West. Theatre - Close the Coalhouse Door. Radio - Life and Fate. Narration - From the Ridiculous to the Sublime. Narration - The Secret Letters. Film - Hyde Park on Hudson.

Sam will direct a revival of Close the Coalhouse Door. Following performances at Northern Stage next April, the production will then go on a national tour (Journal Live).

Sara Kestelman, John Sessions and Sam star in episode 5 of Life and Fate, the Afternoon Play "Journey". It will be broadcast on 20 September (BBC Press Office).

Tweets from Sam and conductor Nicholas Collon about From the Ridiculous to the Sublime:
"Doing a top gig at @kingsplace on 15th Sep with @auroraorchestra and Lara Melda, 2010 BBC Young Musician of the Year" (@exitthelemming, 2 September)
"Lovely cuppa with @exitthelemming to discuss reading Mozart letters on Sept 15th with @auroraorchestra. Legend. http://bit.ly/rmK8qC" (@nicholascollon, 26 August)

Sam has narrated Wallis Simpson: The Secret Letters, which is available on 4oD for 18 more days (@exitthelemming).

Tweets from Sam about filming Hyde Park on Hudson have covered topics such as toenail cutting, filming on HD, degrees of separation to Alfred Hitchcock via Elizabeth Wilson (she was in The Birds and Notorious) and working with Bill Murray (1|2|3).

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