8th January 2019

Taxes!!!


   

Let’s get the heavy stuff out of the way – tax return is coming up in January. If you are self-employed, this can be a daunting time of year, especially for those of us who have always been bad at math and economical logic. It is unfortunately a necessity, so here’s a few tips and […]


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8th January 2019

The LIAR #005 – London International Actors Recommend


   

The Dialects Archive The Dialects archive is a great tool to help actors improve accents and dialects. Enya Hendrics is recommending this website, as it is different to other similar websites in the way that you can choose which specific gender, age, profession, area and background you want to read out the text to you. […]


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22nd January 2018

The LIAR #004 – London International Actors Recommend


   Lory Simonetti - Third culture kid. Actress. Voiceover Artist. Too foreign for home, too foreign for here; yet never enough for both.

Judith Georgi Recommends NoFilmSchool Nofilmschool.com – A website that offers advice to aspiring filmmakers on just about anything from setting the right light to pitching your film to a producer. As an actor, it’s always good to know the difference between a cap and a cheat on set and, maybe, there are some tricks to […]


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1st December 2017

The LIAR #003 – London International Actors Recommend


   Tatiana Collet Apraxine - Queen of France, but I write poetry about macarons in my spare time.

Calin Bleau recommends the Voice Cafe app and website The Voice Café website was first launched in 2009 in response to requests from students about where to find authentic examples of accents to practice with. The Voice Cafe is an interactive tool for learning accents & dialects that enables you to Explore Accents from, Britain, America and […]


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24th July 2017

Edinburgh Fringe Previews in London


   

It’s July and summer is finally here! Next month, many creatives will be travelling to the world’s largest arts festival – Edinburgh Fringe (August 4th – 28th). It’s considered the largest because there are more than 3,000 shows, with 300 plus venues across the city hosting them. While theatre, musicals and comedy make up about […]


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