Siubhan Harrison stars as Alithea in the 1920s play The Country Wife which plays at the Southwark Playhouse, London until 21 April. Siubhan told me about her role in the show, the 1920s world, audience reactions and more…
I am all about helping new writing because who doesn’t want something fresh? So when Marta Jorgensen contacted me about her show which she has written and is currently trying to raise funds for, I was very intrigued and excited to talk to her about her process and what she’s trying to do.
Sword and the Dope is a musical retelling of the story of King Arthur, written by a dyslexic who can not read or write music but wrote the show as a bet/joke with a friend. It has now gone out for over 150 shows at three different venues prior to this run.
I’ve covered so many career goals on this job, from working with National Theatre of Scotland, performing at the National Theatre, touring internationally and now working in the West End. Plus originating a role is a pretty special experience. It’s been the job that has kept on giving.