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Rosalind Ford trained at Stretton School of Dance and Drama, and has a degree in French and Italian from the University of Edinburgh. Credits include: Once (touring); The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Southwark Playhouse); Just So (The Barn Theatre); Metta's Little Mermaid (UK tour); Oranges & Elephants (Hoxton Hall); Mother Courage and her Children (Southwark Playhouse); These Trees Are Made Of Blood (Arcola Theatre); Rent (Churchill Theatre, Edinburgh); The Drowsy Chaperone (Edinburgh Festival Fringe).
We continue our "Once is not enough" video series with this sampling of ONCE's 16-strong actor-musician cast in glorious all-playing, all-singing action onstage at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch. (You can still win tickets to see them all live in our competition by 6 March.)
It's won Tony, Olivier and scores of other awards around the globe. Has it also been winning the hearts of critics on its first-ever major UK tour? Short answer: yes! We've rounded up the review highlights and there are a whole bunch of ★★★★★!
Here's theatre worth travelling for! In the latest in Faves founder Terri Paddock's musical theatre post-show talks, she heads to Woking's New Victoria Theatre to catch up with the cast of multi-award-winning ONCE THE MUSICAL on its first-ever UK tour. Join us this Wednesday 12 February!
Jethro Compton’s stage adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s short story The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, with music by Darren Clark, premieres this week at London’s Southwark Playhouse. Compton explains why he transplanted this mythic tale to the coast of Cornwall...
F Scott Fitzgerald's 1922 short story, set in Baltimore, was made into a 2008 Hollywood film starring Brad Pitt, set in New Orleans. Now this epic, reverse-ageing fantasy gets a British stage musical makeover set in Cornwall with an original Celtic score. It's performed by a five-strong ensemble cast...