Alice Chappell

Alice recently moved to London from Devon, where she freelances as an
actress & singer, whilst doing a job for out-of-work actors. Having
trained fleetingly at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance & at
the Performance Preparation Academy in Guildford, her most recent
performing ventures have included "Back to the Musicals" at the
Pheasantry, "Out There" at Riverside Studios, "Tess of the D'Ubervilles"
at Southill Park, Bracknell & "i" at the Ben Travers Theatre, Godalming -
also writing for the last two. Alice harbours ambitions to perform, to
write & get a real degree & a cat.
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BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014
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BEHIND THE SCENES: Angela Lansbury Returns To The West EndBEHIND THE SCENES: Angela Lansbury Returns To The West End
Posted: Jan. 30, 2014


BWW Reviews: CORIOLANUS, The Donmar Warehouse, December 18 2013BWW Reviews: CORIOLANUS, Donmar, Dec 18 2013
Posted: Dec. 27, 2013


BWW Previews: The London Stage, March 2014BWW Previews: London, March 2014
Posted: Mar. 1, 2014


BWW Reviews: TWELFTH NIGHT, The Castle, Harrow and The Rose, BanksideBWW Reviews: TWELFTH NIGHT
Posted: Sep. 10, 2013


BWW Reviews: JEKYLL AND HYDE, The Southwark Playhouse, September 27 2013BWW Reviews: Jekyll and Hyde
Posted: Sep. 28, 2013


BWW Reviews: DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, The Savoy Theatre, April 1 2014BWW Reviews: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Posted: Apr. 2, 2014


BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014
Posted: Jul. 1, 2014


BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014BWW Previews: The London Stage, July 2014
July 1, 2014

A brief overview of those shows we might miss - though do catch them if you can! - and those who're new to the London audience this July.
BWW Reviews: THIS MAY HURT A BIT, The St James Theatre, May 19 2014BWW Reviews: THIS MAY HURT A BIT, The St James Theatre, May 19 2014
May 20, 2014

The St James Theatre is currently presenting a new play by Sheila Feehily, This May Hurt a Bit: a fundamentally very serious play, with relevant, very important themes - and it's kooky and fun!
BWW Reviews: IN THE HEIGHTS,The Southwark Playhouse, May 15 2014BWW Reviews: IN THE HEIGHTS,The Southwark Playhouse, May 15 2014
May 16, 2014

Possibly today's coolest show in London, Lin Manuel-Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes's stunning rap musical inpires a generation to learn rumba break dancing.
BWW Reviews: RAGS, The Lyric Theatre, April 28 2014BWW Reviews: RAGS, The Lyric Theatre, April 28 2014
May 2, 2014

On Monday the Lyric Theatre became a temporary home to a large, famous and exceedingly talented cast and band, who performed Rags - all in aid of Centrepoint, the UK's leading charity for homeless people.
OLIVIERS 2014: Reflections - Best Actor in a MusicalOLIVIERS 2014: Reflections - Best Actor in a Musical
April 16, 2014

Love or hate Book of Mormon and its potentially offensive lyrics, script and themes, you have to admire the skill of its cast. And the childish, perhaps schoolboy-esque wit of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, its creators (who were nominated for outstanding achievement in music).
OLIVIERS 2014: Reflections - Best New PlayOLIVIERS 2014: Reflections - Best New Play
April 16, 2014

Oh-so-justly, Chimerica has scooped up a handful of Olivier Awards, including the highly coveted award for Best New Play. Produced in conjunction with Headlong and originally playing at the Almeida (before a successful transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre), Lucy Kirkwood's intelligent, moving drama tells of the 'tank man' from the historic image of 1976 Tianenmen Square.
BWW Reviews: DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, The Savoy Theatre, April 1 2014BWW Reviews: DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS, The Savoy Theatre, April 1 2014
April 2, 2014

Jeffrey Lane and David Yazbek's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is making its West End debut, with a star-studded cast of miscreants. A fun, sweet romp of a show, this is surely one of 2014's theatrical highlights.
BWW Previews: The London Stage, March 2014BWW Previews: The London Stage, March 2014
March 1, 2014

A glance at what's happening in London theatre this March
BEHIND THE SCENES: Angela Lansbury Returns To The West EndBEHIND THE SCENES: Angela Lansbury Returns To The West End
January 30, 2014

Angela Lansbury discusses her illustrious career and her hopes for her latest project.
2014 Theatre Preview: Alice Chappell's Picks2014 Theatre Preview: Alice Chappell's Picks
December 31, 2013

Beware - the following may cause theatre-lovers to become overly excited and ultimately lose a fair amount of time and money to their theatre habit. There's a lot to look forward to in 2014 - from revivals of shows that many know and love, to new and intriguing things that might turn out to be rubbish, but sound really interesting!
BWW Reviews: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: THE PANTO, The Cockpit Theatre, December 16 2013BWW Reviews: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: THE PANTO, The Cockpit Theatre, December 16 2013
December 27, 2013

So it turns out that the remedy to the hideous tradition of pantomime is Jane Austen. While Austen's characteristically subtle repartee was replaced with camp, raucous humour, there was a sense of ironic wit throughout - and some universally understood 'in' jokes for any lit geek to revel in.
BWW Reviews: CORIOLANUS, The Donmar Warehouse, December 18 2013BWW Reviews: CORIOLANUS, The Donmar Warehouse, December 18 2013
December 27, 2013

One of Shakespeare's lesser performed plays, Coriolanus has exploded into one of the most hyped-up events the Donmar Warehouse has seen this year. Director Josie Rourke's production is visceral and modern from the off, cleverly making what could be an abstract political plotline something to get angry and excited about.
BWW Reviews: JEKYLL AND HYDE, The Southwark Playhouse, September 27 2013BWW Reviews: JEKYLL AND HYDE, The Southwark Playhouse, September 27 2013
September 28, 2013

Flipping the Bird's striking take on a classic is an eerie, surreal production, swinging effectively from snuffed-up and abstract to the palpably mundane. Jekyll and Hyde will run at the Southwark Playhouse until October 19 2013.
BWW Reviews: TWELFTH NIGHT, The Castle, Harrow and The Rose, BanksideBWW Reviews: TWELFTH NIGHT, The Castle, Harrow and The Rose, Bankside
September 10, 2013

Permanently Bard have here created a raucous, delightfully silly and beautifully pitched production of one of Shakespeare's more ridiculous works. Twelfth Night tells of ship-wrecks, romance, cross-dressing, mistaken identities & absolutely wonderful hosiery - everything you could want of a classical comedy. And this version even ends with a jig.
BWW Reviews: FLEABAG, The Soho Upstairs, September 6 2013BWW Reviews: FLEABAG, The Soho Upstairs, September 6 2013
September 9, 2013

Alice Chappell reviews the long-awaited new play from Phoebe Waller-Bridge
BWW Reviews: THE SAME DEEP WATER AS ME,The Donmar Warehouse, August 6 2013BWW Reviews: THE SAME DEEP WATER AS ME,The Donmar Warehouse, August 6 2013
August 7, 2013

Nick Payne's new play, The Same Deep Water As Me, is highly relevant, dealing with unpleasant contemporary realities - yet leaves you with an overwhelming sense of hilarity. Beautifully performed and directed throughout, this is a wonderful production. The Same Deep Water As Me will run at the Donmar Warehouse until September 28
BWW Reviews: FENCES, The Duchess Theatre, June 27 2013BWW Reviews: FENCES, The Duchess Theatre, June 27 2013
June 27, 2013

The much anticipated Fences opened at the Duchess Theatre last night, starring Lenny Henry as the exceptionally unlikeable protagonist.
BWW Reviews: THE NIGHT ALIVE, The Donmar Warehouse, June 20 2013BWW Reviews: THE NIGHT ALIVE, The Donmar Warehouse, June 20 2013
June 21, 2013

Conor McPherson's scintillating new drama, The Night Alive, is by turns surprising, abhorrent and profound. An uncommonly tangible play, this is a must-see for anyone who wants to be up to date with contemporary theatre. The Night Alive runs at the Donmar Warehouse until 27 July 2013 and is unsuitable for young audiences.
BWW Reviews: THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, The Noel Coward Theatre, June 19 2013BWW Reviews: THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, The Noel Coward Theatre, June 19 2013
June 19, 2013

This ensemble cast makes The Cripple of Inishmaan a surprising - and funny - theatrical experience. And that includes Mr Radcliffe, of course. Running at The Noel Coward Theatre until 31 August 2013.
BWW Reviews: PATTI LUPONE, The Leicester Square Theatre, June 17 2013BWW Reviews: PATTI LUPONE, The Leicester Square Theatre, June 17 2013
June 17, 2013

Patti LuPone singing, Seth Rudetsky hosting and on piano - a gloriously haphazard evening at the Leicester Square Theatre.


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