“The extraordinary Louise Ashcroft.”

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

“Brought to life by Louise Ashcroft getting into role admirably.”

Glyn Mon Hughes, Daily Post

“Romeo and Juliet opened to the outstanding Louise Ashcroft.”

Mike Sadler, BBC

“Knocked sideways by Louise Ashcroft in James Wishart’s ‘23 Songs for a Mad Woman’. Dazzling turn worth crossing the country for.”

 

James Murphy, Royal Philharmonic Society

What’s been happening?

Straight Talking: Words to find your way in an unreal world Throughout this year, I have been converting a walk-in store cupboard in my house to a vocal booth where I can record voiceover. The room is at the end of the hallway. A white Victorian panell …

Rhyme & Reason present RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW: a twilight celebration of seasonal verse for our times. Charge your glass (or mug!) with your favourite wee dram, and join us on Zoom as we share poems of solace and celebration. From Shakes …

Rhyme & Reason present RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW: a twilight celebration of seasonal verse for our times. Charge your glass (or mug!) with your favourite wee dram, and join us on Zoom as we share poems of solace and celebration. From Shakes …

Song and seaweed. They are not what you’d call naturally occurring. However, in my world they have occurred twice. They first came together in BurtonNitta’s, The Algae Opera (2011), where I created the role of Evalga, the algae opera singer who produce …