June 6, 2019
DAVSS (Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support Service) the West Kent Domestic Abuse Charity is proud to announce Her Majesty the Queen has awarded the chari…
Beware The Goblin Men, was written and performed by Louise Jameson. Music was composed by John Telfer with lyrics by Louise Jameson. Beware The Goblin Men is the first MP3 download in the Little Acorns series.Get a copy today!
During her 40 year career as an actress, her first love, the theatre, has seen her on stage with both the National and Royal Shakespeare Companies…Theatre
Find out more about Louise’s work in films, including her latest film “Crossing Over”FILM
During her 40 year career as an actress, Louise has starred in many major TV productions including Tenko, Bergerac, Doctor Who and EastEnders…Television
✭✭✭✭✭ Louise Jameson gives a star turn in a gift of a part that offers the actress the chance to play an immense range of notes and colours, from stern matriarchal control to screaming maternal despair, from clever East End bitchiness to getting stoned and having a wonderfully inappropriate – and erotic – snog with a boy young enough to be her child. And so much more. It is a magnificent display of the actor’s craft and a sheer delight to see and hear her spin upon a sixpence to catch each fleeting nuance of meaning or shadow of an effect and bring them expertly to our attention, before slipping on with the story.
Ten Times Table
In an outstanding performance by LOUISE JAMESON…Every frosty strop, every bitten off vowel is a TEDTalk in comic timing and total immersion in character.
The Public Reviews
Louise Jameson as Mrs Conway portrays her flawed character to perfection, from the fun loving matriarch of 1919 to the embittered woman in denial of her flaws and the consequences of her actions to the family unit.
Reviews in Time and Space
This unique episode is extremely well written by Louise Jameson, and provides an opportunity to delve deeper into the views and attitudes of the women survivors.
Two aftershow discussions are announced for the acclaimed West End transfer of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River at Trafalgar Studios. Both are f…