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  • DAVSS awarded Queens Award for Voluntary Service

    DAVSS (Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support Service) the West Kent Domestic Abuse Charity is proud to announce Her Majesty the Queen has awarded the charity the most prestigious Queens Award for Voluntary Service.   The Queens Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK to recognise exceptional service within […]

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  • The reviews for Vincent River are in

    ★★★★★ ‘One of the most devastating and urgent plays to be seen in London this year’ Theatre Weekly   ★★★★★ ‘A masterclass in fine acting…explores beautifully the need for acceptance and confession’ Boyz Magazine   ★★★★★ ‘Impeccable’ British Theatre    ★★★★★ ‘Unmissable’ Act Drop    ★★★★★ ‘A must-see, muscular revival’ Queer Guru   ★★★★ ‘Ridley’s […]

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  • Two aftershow discussions announced for the acclaimed West End transfer of Vincent River.

    Two aftershow discussions are announced for the acclaimed West End transfer of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River at Trafalgar Studios. Both are free to that evening’s ticket holders to attend. The first, on June 4, hosted by Terri Paddock of Stage Faves, will discuss issues in the play and the dramatic rise in hate crime. Since […]

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  • SNS Online

    Louise talks to Nick Randell about Vincent River. https://soundcloud.com/scratchnsniff-rte-pulse/sns-online-bitesized-series-6-vincent-river  

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  • Vincent River

    Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy star in Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River. Davey has seen something he can never forget. Anita has been forced to flee her home. Tonight, they meet for the first time… and their lives will change forever. Philip Ridley’s modern classic was a huge success when it premiered at Hampstead Theatre in 2001, […]

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  • The Madness of George III

    “I’ve always been myself, even when I was ill. Only now I seem myself. And that’s the important thing.” 1788. King George III is the most powerful man in the world. “However his behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic with his mind unravelling at a dramatic pace. As the Queen and Prime Minister attempt to hide the king’s […]

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  • Ten Times Table by Alan Ayckbourn

    SHOWING: 2 AUGUST – 22 SEPTEMBER 2018 Evening shows from Tues – Sat. Thursday matinees until 23 August. Saturday matinees every week. Sunday matinees 9 & 16 September. Long due a revival, TEN TIMES TABLE is a play so funny that it displays playwright Alan Ayckbourn at the top of his game. Alan is a genius at analysing ordinary […]

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  • ATA Girl – original audio drama stories of female pioneers in aviation and gender equality

    A new audio drama series inspired by real female heroes of World War II is coming out in April 2018.  The first release in the groundbreaking new Big Finish Originals range, ATA Girl, created by Louise Jameson (Doctor Who, Bergerac, Tenko) and produced by Helen Goldwyn (Waking the Dead, Doctors, Doctor Who), tells the stories […]

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  • Vincent River reviews

    ‘Fantastic staging and superlative acting to produce a definitive version of Philip Ridley’s awesome play’ ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1 ‘Edgy, mesmerising and convincing… superb, unmissable stuff’ ★★★★★ Actdrop ‘Robert Chevara’s production holds the audience in a tight grip for the entire 90-minutes… This is a rare piece of theatre – simply beautiful.’ ★★★★★ Broadway World ‘Unmissable is not something one […]

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  • Vincent River

    Louise stars in Vincent River by Philip Ridley at The Park Theatre. Directed by Robert Chevara Davey has seen something he can never forget. Anita has been forced to flee her home. Tonight, they meet for the first time… and their lives will change forever. Philip Ridley’s modern classic was a huge success when it […]

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  • Offies award nomination

    Louise has been nominated in the Best Female category for the 2018 Offies (Off West End) awards for her portrayal of Racquell in the critically acclaimed production of “My Gay Best Friend”. The play can be seen until January 27th 2018 at The Hope Theatre. BOOK TICKETS

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  • My Gay Best Friend – London dates

    my gay best friend written & performed by LOUISE JAMESON & NIGEL FAIRS 9 – 27 Jan 7.45pm £15/12 Tues to Sat only Written and performed by Louise Jameson (Eastenders, Tenko, Dr Who, Bergerac) and Nigel Fairs, MY GAY BEST FRIEND is a heady mixture of high camp, melancholy reflection on friendships and the childhood […]

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  • BBC Radio Oxford Interview

    Louise spoke to David Prever at BBC Radio Oxford about the casting of the Thirteenth Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker.

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  • King Lear

    Big Finish continues its William Shakespeare adaptations with King Lear, released in November and featuring a star-studded cast. David Warner plays King Lear, with his daughters being played by Louise Jameson, Lisa Bowerman and Finty Williams. ‘Oh, let me not be mad…’ In an ancient Britain of warring nobles and sibling rivalries, power is a precarious thing. […]

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  • Beware The Goblin Men

    Beware The Goblin Men, was written and performed by Louise Jameson.  Music was composed by John Telfer with lyrics by Louise Jameson. The songs were performed by Molly Hanson and Bethan Nash. Beware The Goblin Men was inspired by Christina Rosetti’s “Goblin Market”. Recorded at Ladbroke Audio & edited by Neil Gardner, and is a tlc […]

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  • A Murder is Announced

    A Murder Is Announced by Agatha Christie Adapted for the Stage by Leslie Darbon Designed and directed by Michael Lunney Starring LOUISE JAMESON as MISS MARPLE and JANET DIBLEY as LETITIA BLACKLOCK, with TOM BUTCHER, SARAH THOMAS, DEAN SMITH, LUCY EVANS, CARA CHASE, ALICIA AMBROSE-BAYLY, LYDIA PIECHOWIAK, JOG MAHER, WILL HUNTINGTON and MATTHEW WELLMAN. “A […]

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  • Winter Hill

    OCTAGON THEATRE BOLTON BY TIMBERLAKE WERTENBAKER DIRECTED BY ELIZABETH NEWMAN “Heroism is danger and risk, and frankly, until now, it’s been male.” In the near future a group of women gather in a half built hotel on Winter Hill in Bolton; is it a book group discussing famous heroines? Is it a chance to meet […]

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  • Feeling Festive?

    So, on a scale of one to ten how on top of the festive season are you? I think I’m somewhere around 5.5… Actually I love it when Christmas falls at the weekend. It seems to be more contained. Full on close family this year. Youngest son doing Christmas Eve, my household taking care of […]

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  • My Gay Best Friend hits New York!

    MY GAY BEST FRIEND is a heady mixture of high camp, melancholy reflection on friendships and the childhood dramas that haunt us all. Racquell (Louise Jameson) is a 50something would-be diva who works in Boots but is about to make her stage debut.  She’s locked herself in the ladies, furious because her gay best friend […]

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  • Award nominations

    Break A Leg Critic’s Choice Awards Louise has been nominated in the category of “Best Actress on Stage” for her role in the recent UK tour of “The Mousetrap”.  The winners will be announced on Saturday 3 December 2016. Social media will be the host for the ‘ceremony’, so make sure you’re either liking the page on […]

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  • Hoarder SOS

    Louise provides the narration for a new Lion TV series broadcasting on Channel 4 from Monday 17th October at 1pm. HOARDER SOS is a brand new series, which sees Curtis Dowling and Joanna Riley help two households whose clutter is taking over their homes to clear out and make some money.    

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  • Spectral Haunts and Phantom Lovers

    Louise has recorded a collection of eight supernatural tales set amongst the small village and market towns of 1920s England. Each of them shares a passion fervent enough to reach across the invisible barriers separating the living from the dead. You are cordially and cautiously invited to experience this funereal bouquet of ghostly encounters. Spectral Haunts […]

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  • Diva Drag

    From Ripley Theatre, creators of Fringe Festival Successes The New York Threesome, The Jolly Folly of Polly the Scottish Trolley Dolly & Other Mini Marvels, and The International Festival of Lilliput TWO SHORT PLAYS ABOUT GAYS with LOUISE JAMESON & GREGORY ASHTON Middle Aged Rent is the portrait of a teenager lost in the maze […]

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  • Hackney Attic Film Festival: 15–31 August

    The short film A QUIET COURAGE starring Louise Jameson, Annette Badland and Suzanne Procter will be shown as part of the Hackney Attic Film Festival. Based on Andrew Campbell-Kearsey’s poignant short story about kindness and loneliness, A Quiet Courage follows a truly good woman as she tries, as she always has, to do the right […]

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