RSM Clients tread the festive boards

Posted by Rebecca Singer on December 05, 2018

There are no end of opportunities to see Rebecca Singer Management clients over the festive period:

Paul Dodds is in the RSC's The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Barbican until 5th January.

Katy Sobey is in Raymond Brigg's Father Christmas at the Waterside, Sale until 31st December.

Thom Petty is in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in Bolton Octagon's lovely temporary space until 31st December.

Jack Condon is in Not Too Tame's Cinderella in Derby, Reading, London and Salford until 22nd December.

Emma Manton is in The Wind in the Willows at the New Vic Theatre, Stoke until 26th January.

Nicola Roy and Tom McGovern are in Enlightenment House at the Georgian House in Edinburgh until 5th January.

Andy Williams comes in to the Haymarket Theatre for a special Christmastime run of The Band until 12th January.

Paul Dodds - RSC Barbican Season now in full swing

Posted by Rebecca Singer on October 26, 2018

The RSC's autumn season at the Barbican is now in full swing with Macbeth having opened and Romeo & Juliet following on hard on its heels.  The Merry Wives of Windsor will be the third and final show in, just in time for a great family Christmas outing.  Paul can be seen in all three plays.

Critical success for Alison de Burgh’s Fight & Movement work on The Sweet Science of Bruising

Posted by Rebecca Singer on October 08, 2018

Alison de Burght's work as Fight and Movement Director on The Sweet Science of Bruising has garnered some lovely comment.  Joy Wilkinson, the play's writer, described Alison as: "an incredible collaborator who is as adept at storytelling as she is at an upper cut" in the Evening Standard, while The Arts Desk commented:  "...some grand moments when Alison de Burgh's fight and movement skills and Anna Reid's design come together to achieve maximum impact."  

The Sweet Science of Bruising runs at The Southwark Playhouse until 27th October.