Colin Young and I will be talking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield tomorrow the 11th February. We will be talking about ‘our’ love story in the Call the Midwife episode to be aired on the 16th February, next Sunday.
Really enjoyed talking to them last March about Upstairs Downstairs when we joked about my love of champagne. Snootyfox the photo agency called us afterwards and said they wanted the champagne smile. They did some fantastic photography and I use the ‘champagne smile’ picture on my twitter account.
Heidi Thomas wrote this episode for me. A really wonderful role I can’t wait to see it. Can read about it in The Sunday Mirror http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/call-midwifes-most-controversial-storyline-3127269
I cant put them on photopage have to wait for sister. This link will give photos by famous photographer Thierry Bal. John Livingstone and i had two hour dance photoshoot. I am so happy with them. Hope link works or copy paste.
See Culture Device Dance Project photos by Thierry Bal
World Premiere 29th January 8 p.m. The Place, 17 Duke’s Rd. London WC1H9PY
John Livingston and I will be dancing “Violence of Discovery, Calm of Acceptance” 7 pm 14th Dec part of Pot Luck #9 at The Beany House of Art and Knowledge, 18 High St, Canterbury CT1 2RA http://www.canterbury.co.uk/beaney/thedms.aspx?dms=72&shop=23&prod=7300
Had a lovely evening in a posh hotel. BBC Radio Surrey and Sussex had their Community Heroes Award. I won the ‘Contribution to the Arts Award’ I am very proud
I read ‘We’re not Sleepy” for little kids on CBeebies on the 4th Dec. You can get it on iplayer for 7 days I think. I really enjoyed doing it. Here is a picture of little Rosie who also has Downs Syndrome watching me on their TV
John and Sarah met each other during lunchtime at a TEDx event. They were introduced to each other by Daniel Vais the choreographer. They danced for ten minutes to music they had not heard before and then performed in the afternoon. They are both so powerful, it was a wonderful experience for me. http://vimeo.com/80888439 post by Jane Gordy
So pleased. Im really proud of “Time Slip” and it has just won an award at the Oska Bright Film Festival.