ART news update – September 2015
As we head into Autumn the Edinburgh Fringe already seems like such a long time ago! Highlights from Edinburgh included Juliette Burton selling out her limited run of Look At Me; Doug Segal having another successful run of his show, How To Read Minds & Influence People; and Chris Betts and Laura Lexx receiving fantastic reviews and coverage for their debut solo shows. It was also a pleasure to see the red balloons of Penella Mellor dotted around Edinburgh as she laid the groundwork for next year. In July, Adam Pearson’s documentary, The Ugly Face of Disability Hate Crime, was transmitted on BBC Three and the reaction was extremely positive. The Times’ TV critic Adam Billen said, “I want to see this man on TV every night.” Jamie Paul also hit our screens this summer as he played Barney Glynn in the exciting series finale of Casualty on BBC One. In other news, Lauryn Allman played Gloria in Boeing Boeing at the Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells whilst James Baker (and family) filmed a commercial which will be on TV soon. Finally, we welcome two new clients, Reuben Christian and Lia Hatzakis, to ART – please see their client pages for further details.