Bethany Tennick is a writer, creative and performer hailing from Scotland. She graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018 with a degree in Musical Theatre and has since worked in theatre, film, and live music. In 2017 Bethany founded the performance and events company Renfrew Collective. Through this she has hosted a series of events promoting accessibility in live art, and featuring a selection of new original work.
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A song from a new musical, Lovers and Madmen, written by Max Welton and Bethany Tennick, based on the classic Woody Allen film, A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy. This is our entry for the Mercury Songwriting Contest, 2020. Our two performers are playing Ariel and Adrian, women in their mid-thirties who are staying at a house in the country. The thing that unites these two very different women is that they are unhappy in their relationships, and the thing they want has, without them noticing, slipped out of their reach. This video was filmed at Renfrew Collective's event- STAGE 4, a sharing of new musical theatre written in Scotland.
halo friends! this is me getting ready for a VE day gig over zoom, come with me as I doll up, warm up, and chat about life as a performer. follows me on social media (im much funnier on twitter ) https://twitter.com/bethanytennick?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/btennick/?hl=en please be nice xox
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halò and welcome to me doing my boyfriend(s journal) follow me on insta @tennickbujo and @btennick im also a musician and performer so... do with that what you will. im not an artist pls dont come for me xox
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whelp I am in lockdown so let's sing some DISNEY
original song, live recording
Islander Eilidh stares out to sea and dreams of a new life beyond her lonely island. Myth and reality collide when the tide washes a mysterious stranger onto her beach, changing her life forever. Epic storytelling intimately staged with a contemporary Scottish folk-inspired score. Kirsty Findlay and Bethany Tennick perform a whole host of characte...
Two of the theatres on my doorsteps in south London are Southwark Playhouse and the Union Theatre. So when I planned my visits to two musicals I've been working on Featured Show campaigns for StageFaves, I couldn't resist taking my theatre-loving, octogenarian neighbour Dudley as my plus-one. Two memorable nights out for me and Dudley!
'I was surprised when the offer came through for a part I hadn’t even auditioned for': Kirsty Findlay on Islander
Kirsty Findlay's last London stage outing, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, led to the Olivier Awards stage at the Royal Albert Hall. The Scottish actor now stars in another genre-busting transfer, Stewart Melton and Finn Anderson's ISLANDER, coming this week to London's Southwark Playhouse after its sell-out Edinburgh run. We caught up with her.
Two-hander musical ISLANDER, inspired by the wind-beaten coastline of the Western Isles, transfers from this year's Edinburgh Fringe to London on a wave of critical acclaim as well as a Best Musical Award from our friends at Musical Theatre Review. We've rounded up a selection of festival review highlights.
Islander, Musical Theatre Review’s Best Musical at the Edinburgh Fringe, transfers to London’s Southwark Playhouse
Having received a big bunch of five- and four-star reviews during its run at Summerhall at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, sell-out success ISLANDER, which also won Musical Theatre Review’s Best Musical Award, is transferring to London’s Southwark Playhouse from 2 to 26 October 2019.