Hopefully, you all know that we are launching the very first ever ‘What Would Julie Do? LIVE’ at the Pheasantry in Chelsea on Sunday 30th October. The night is going to be showcasing some fantastic emerging musical theatre artists but, in true Julie style, I’m going to introduce them to you all by revealing a few of their favourite things…
Dev Joshi is a half American, half Indian actress and singer who when asked how she would describe herself in 5 words said: “Please refer to my shrink”. Her favourite things include crime shows, gay bars and pasta!
Amy Alexander is a singer, actress and producer hailing from Nairn, Scotland. Smiles, singing, laughing, learning and CHOCOLATE are a few of her favourite things.
Michal Horowicz recently graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. A few of her favourite things are the cucumber at the bottom of a G&T, old family photographs and David Attenborough’s smooth dulcet tones.
Jess Nesling describes herself as a scatty, tall, pun-loving actress. Her favourite things are reading, dancing, singing, mimicking accents, dogs, beaches (especially those in her home town) and Pret’s almond croissants!
Some years ago, David McMinn was one of Fagin’s gang in the West End Production of Oliver…On occasions, he still enjoys acting like a cheeky street urchin, but never picks pockets!! A few of his favourite things are fresh bed sheets,the smell of roast lamb and mint sauce, chocolate, a hot shower, driving, ale, golf and more chocolate.
Effervescent Aussie Ethan Dean moved to London to pursue a performing career. His favourite things include swimming, eating, the beach, patting dogs and singing.
Matthew Samer is a musical director, pianist, vocal coach and composer from Australia. Thai food, being a voice geek, musicals, cats, tennis and Ethan are a few of his favourite things.
Today (10th October) is the last day of the early bird discount for booking tickets, so don’t miss out… Click here!
If you are reading this after the 10th October…you can still book tickets here… Do book in advance as it’s a small venue and tickets are selling fast!