In an article in the Montclair Dispatch, Michel van der Aa said, "Sam West has been really wonderful in rehearsals [for The Book of Disquiet]. He made the part his own and I can’t wait to see it on stage”. It will be performed 21-24 January at Montclair State University (click here for tickets).
He will perform at the Menuhin 100 Festival in July, "in a celebration in words and music of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare" (Yehudi Menuhin School).
Sam was a guest on yesterday's episode of Sunday Brunch. During the show he tweeted a picture of himself with the board games has only played once. Here are some pictures of Sam in the studio.
Feel like today has be very educational! @exitthelemming, @timlovejoy & @simonrim 👏 #SundayBrunch pic.twitter.com/aH5rb5wOKZ— Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) January 10, 2016
Check out Tim's new crew! @DaveGorman, @exitthelemming & @timlovejoy #SundayBrunch pic.twitter.com/UuBUHXzJpH— Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) January 10, 2016
He is a signatory on a letter opposing making the English Baccalaureate compulsory in schools (his Twitter, @exitthelemming).
Below is my Storify for the Henry V performance with the CBSO: press reviews, tweets from Sam as well as tweets from orchestra, chorus and audience members. The concert will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 today.
Sam is pictured in Vortex issue #83, alongside a feature about The Diary of River Song. He plays Mr Song in the episode "Signs".