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The Krays with Judy Garland
How it looks
Dance House by Sarah
Dance at Sadler’s Wells
Gorgeous Gossip this week we discuss is whistle blowing to your best friend ever a good thing?
Author of the Week – Jessie Keane
During her brief time as a teenage runaway, Jessie Keane became obsessed with the London underworld of gangs like the Krays. She had been trying to get published with no luck. It wasn’t until she imagined a female Kray that she struck literary gold with Annie Bailey. Ruthless is the fourth book featuring Annie. Meanwhile she has also created other iconic heroines. Today she talks about her latest novel RUTHLESS.
THREE DAYS with Actress and Scripwriter Vanessa Bailey
Over 35 an actress and a woman? Lovie your career is OVER. Vanessa Bailey has taken the audacious step of ignoring everyone’s advice and has written a film script and is raising money for a 20 minute short film. Spearheaded by a team of women this London based project has been created for our market. Hooray! Want to be an extra or an executive producer? Now is your chance they are crowd funding this fascinating project. Listen in she’s great.
Sarah Crompton was born in Manchester and educated at Oxford and Cardiff. She is dance critic and arts editor in chief of the Daily Telegraph. Sadler’s Wells is a powerhouse, an engine room, of dance. It welcomes the best dance companies from Britain and around the world.
But its significance is that it commissions the best choreographers, designers, musicians and artists to create new and exciting dance. In words and pictures this book celebrates that inspirational process. Based on interviews,Sadler’s Wells Dance House discovers how this theatre and its creative impulses have shaped the course of dance in the twenty-first century.