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Laura Jane Matthewson is an English actor, singer and musical theatre performer. In 2008, she became the youngest person to be accepted onto the PGDip Musical Theatre course at the Royal Academy of Music.
Since completing her training, her professional musical theatre credits have included Beyond the Fence (Arts Theatre) and Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse), for which she won the 2014 Evening Standard Theatre AWard for Best Emerging Talent.
Went to Ruth Two Bears' house for a prosecco and ended the night with a song. Inspired by Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters. I'm Steve. Obvs.
Inspired by some funny little compliments from the lad who didn't want to say Goodnight the first time we met. I left, then he hopped straight on the next bus of the same number and came after me (it sounds creepy but I promise it was very funny and sweet...). He's going to be WELL embarrassed that I've uploaded this. Sorry Owen. Please forgive my ukulele playing. What I lack in skill, I more than make up for in enthusiasm. As you can tell x
Accepting the Emerging Talent Award (in partnership with Burberry) at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2014.
Christmas Day Banter with the brother!! 'Tis the season to be jolly!!! Merry Christmas everyone!! xxx
Cups from Pitch Perfect. Cupping and singing at the same time was confusing when my friend Paul first taught me it, so this was my gift to him after I did a little practise. Merry Christmas! (The Sports Direct cup was the only plastic one available at my Mam and Dad's house. It's not mine...)
As challenged by Anna Kumble (aka, 90's pop diva)! Here is a little ukulele cover of the Lolly CLASSIC 'Telephone Boy' - one of my particular faves from Lolly's first album, "My First Album" in 1999 xxx PS. I'm not claiming to be a ukulele player. Just a Lolly fan. Please bear this in mind.
I've only had my ukulele about a week so singing/strumming at the same time currently confuses my brain, but I can just about manage this one because it's nice and simple. It's called Perfect Two by Auburn and I love it :) xxx
THE IDEA Beyond the Fence is conceived by computer and substantially crafted by computer. It is modelled on a statistical study of the ‘recipe for success’ in hit musicals. This ground-breaking process is being filmed for a Sky Arts TV series titled ‘Computer Says Show’, chronicling this unique experiment (to be broadcast in spring 2016). In coll...