Alexandra Roach

What would you like to learn? I would love to learn Spanish. I have the duo-lingo app on my phone which makes me feel great and that I am nearly fluent – the reality being far from that! I am certain I need lessons from a real human being to improve – which I will endeavour to do this year! What was your favourite music experience/ moment? I travel when I can to experience music in different settings. My absolute favourite being ‘Meadows In The Mountains’ Festival in the Bulgarian mountains. It is a relatively new and small festival located in…

Annes Elwy

If you had to relive a day of your life 100 times, which day would you relive? Maybe I have tunnel vision right now, but the only day I can imagine wanting to relive a 100 times, is Christmas day. It’s been Christmas in my life since July this year, and I can confirm I will never tire of it. Do you have a favourite genre for music or film? I definitely gravitate towards folk music. My dad runs a folk club in Penarth, and I just find it so cathartic to sing, the words are always poetic and heavy…

Georgina Campbell

If you had to live a year in any city in the world that you haven’t yet been to, where would you live? Tokyo, I would love to visit Japan! What is a film or a performance that you feel was ahead of its time? Katherine Hepburn and Ginger Rogers in Stage Door, the chemistry between those two in that film is electric! It’s such a fantastic film with such a strong vibrant female cast, great female lead films are still too rare in this day and age they definitely managed to crack it in 1937! If you could own…

Inside Look: Charlotte Hamblin

We spoke to actress Charlotte Hamblin about her role as Miss Julie in the Jermyn Street Theatre production of Miss Julie. Miss Julie represents one of the early expressions of ‘naturalism’, which could be described in part as a movement that presents characters who are helpless to their primal urges and heredity. Was this concept a point of reference at all for your interpretation of your character? Did you consciously embrace or distance yourself from it in a way that altered your usual preparations? It completely depends what part I’m playing as to whether I research and reference the roots…

Rosie Day

What is a moment you’d like to relive? There are so many. I’m in my head a lot so I like to relive memories. The 3 months I spent in Rome with Sarah Jessica Parker were truly magical, the time I spent in Barcelona with my own American girl gang was really special, my family’s reactions to me telling them anything exciting is hilarious. Every moment where I laughed so hard I couldn’t breathe. What is a moment you can’t remember but you’d like to? My biggest talent/ downfall is I have an insane memory. I can literally remember conversations…

Susan Wokoma

What was the last thing or object you found that you kept? I found a little teddy bear in Brockwell Park the other week and I was premenstrual and it was very cute and it had been a long day so I took it home, gave it a nice hot bath and now he lives in a drawer.   What is the last film you saw that you consequently classified as a classic? Probably I, Daniel Blake – me and many other cinema goers at my screening were inconsolable during the end credits. A woman came over and gave me a hug it was that guttural…

Katie Leung

Who do you know who has the ‘best’ voice – and qualify what your standards are for them being ‘best’ Sara Kestelman who I worked with recently in a production at Hampstead Theatre has a magnificent voice which resonated effortlessly in the space on stage, piercing through the soul without the need for volume/ shouting. She also happens to be an incredible actress. What was the last habit that you took up and the last one that you’ve given up? Taken up menthols. Given up coffee. If the last three places you read about or watched became a travel itinerary,…