Fiona Scott

Fiona works towards her medicinal chemistry PhD by day but can usually be found in a theatre at night. She enjoys writing about science, musicals and more!




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BWW Interview: Jon Robyns Chats LES MISERABLES at the Newly Renovated Sondheim TheatreJon Robyns Chats LES MISERABLES at the Newly Renovated Sondheim Theatre
Posted: Jan. 14, 2020


BWW Interview: Sierra Boggess Discusses Her Upcoming UK Concert at Cadogan Hall!Interview: Sierra Boggess Discusses Her Upcoming UK Concert!
Posted: Jan. 24, 2020


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BWW Interview: Sara Bareilles Chats WAITRESS at London's Adelphi TheatreSara Bareilles Chats WAITRESS at London's Adelphi Theatre
Posted: Dec. 19, 2019


BWW Interview: Jon Robyns Chats LES MISERABLES at the Newly Renovated Sondheim TheatreJon Robyns Chats LES MISERABLES at the Newly Renovated Sondheim Theatre
Posted: Jan. 14, 2020


BWW Interview: Jac Yarrow Talks JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT at the London PalladiumJac Yarrow Talks JOSEPH at the London Palladium
Posted: Jun. 11, 2019


2019 Year In Review: Fiona Scott's Best Of Theatre2019 Year In Review: Fiona Scott's Best Of Theatre
Posted: Dec. 24, 2019


BWW Interview: Chris Bush Talks STANDING AT THE SKY'S EDGE at the Crucible TheatreChris Bush Talks STANDING AT THE SKY'S EDGE
Posted: Mar. 14, 2019


BWW Interview: Marisha Wallace Talks WAITRESS at Adelphi TheatreMarisha Wallace Talks WAITRESS
Posted: May. 30, 2019


BWW Interview: Sierra Boggess Discusses Her Upcoming UK Concert at Cadogan Hall!
January 24, 2020

Sierra Boggess is known for originating the roles of Ariel in The Little Mermaid on Broadway and Christine in Love Never Dies in the West End, as well as multiple stints playing her in The Phantom of the Opera. Most recently she portrayed Cinderella in the Hollywood Bowl's production of Into the Woods, and also in new musical Ever After. She spoke to BroadwayWorld UK about her upcoming solo concerts at Cadogan Hall on Sunday 2

BWW Interview: Jon Robyns Chats LES MISERABLES at the Newly Renovated Sondheim Theatre
January 14, 2020

Jon Robyns most recently had Hamilton audiences in stitches as King George III. Having played the roles of Marius, Enjoras, and, in his own words, the a?oedefinitive rolea?? of Factory Worker #3, he is now the resident Jean Valjean in Les Misérables at the newly renovated Sondheim Theatre. Robyns spoke to BroadwayWorld about returning to the show.

2019 Year In Review: Fiona Scott's Best Of Theatre
December 24, 2019

In 2019, I reviewed 30 shows for BroadwayWorld, but I actually wrote more interviews - around 50 articles on my count. Here's my attempt to pick out some highlights alongside the other pieces of theatre I saw this year.

BWW Interview: Gemma Dobson Talks A TASTE OF HONEY at Trafalgar Studios
December 20, 2019

Gemma Dobson is currently making her West End debut in A Taste of Honey alongside Jodie Prenger at the Trafalgar Studios. We caught up with Gemma to chat about her career so far and her role in the play.

BWW Interview: Sara Bareilles Chats WAITRESS at London's Adelphi Theatre
December 19, 2019

Sara Bareilles spoke to BroadwayWorld UK about returning to the Waitress diner on the other side of the Atlantic!

Count Down To Christmas With The BroadwayWorld Advent Calendar 2019!
November 30, 2019

Happy December! Are you counting down the days to Christmas? At BroadwayWorld, we've decided to recount (pun intended) our favourite shows of a numerical theme - some of which you can currently see around the UK - over the course of advent.

BWW Interview: Clare Halse Talks 42ND STREET in UK Cinemas
November 22, 2019

Clare Halse is known for tapping away on the West End stage in 42nd Street at the Drury Lane Theatre and currently in White Christmas at the Dominion Theatre. A broadcast of that recent West End production of 42nd Street is to be shown in UK cinemas on various dates from 25 November. Clare spoke to BroadwayWorld about the big-screen event.

BWW Review: PETER PAN GOES WRONG, Theatre Royal Brighton
November 20, 2019

All it takes are some happy thoughts and fairy dusta??that's how the boy who never grows up is able to fly, at least. In Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre's take on the JM Barrie classic certainly lifts your spirits, but mainly because not everything quite goes to plan for the young performers!

BWW Review: TOAST, Theatre Royal Brighton
October 30, 2019

Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger is a best-selling memoir novel from the renowned Observer food columnist, Nigel Slater. It was adapted into a film in 2010 and has now been reworked for the stage, premiering at The Lowry in Manchester in 2018. The show is currently running at the Theatre Royal in Brighton as part of a UK tour.

BWW Interview: Phoebe Ellabani Talks PETER PAN GOES WRONG UK Tour
November 4, 2019

Phoebe Ellabani is currently playing the role of Annie in the UK Tour of Peter Pan Goes Wrong. She spoke to BroadwayWorld about heading to Neverland, Mischief Theatre-style. 

BWW Review: THE ENTERTAINER, Theatre Royal Brighton
October 22, 2019

Roll up, roll up, it's a revival of John Osbourne's The Entertainer. Shane Ritchie takes the mic as washed-up entertainer, Archie Rice. Osbourne's play shows the drama of his life a?" both on- and off-stage back home.

BWW Interview: Audrey Brisson Chats AMELIE THE MUSICAL at The Other Palace
October 11, 2019

Audrey Brisson is currently leading the cast of Amelie The Musical, the stage adaption of the 2001 romantic comedy film. She spoke to BroadwayWorld about the show and its imminent London transfer to The Other Palace.

BWW Review: FRIENDSICAL, Worthing Pavilion Theatre
October 5, 2019

It's been 25 years since a certain coffee shop-loving troupe appeared on our TV screens. FRIENDSICAL: A Parody Musical About Friends, written and directed by Miranda Larson, is a love letter to that sitcom series so many know and love. After debuting at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, it is making its Worthing stop on a UK tour at the Pavilion Theatre.

BWW Feature: WICKED Stars Discuss Their Journey to Oz in the West End
October 1, 2019

Now flying into its 14th year in London's West End, Wicked is still wowing audiences with its dazzling score and heartfelt story of friendship. Over the years, the show and its various productions have accumulated quite the list of alumni. Current West End cast members, Nikki Bentley, Helen Woolf and Alistair Brammer discuss their involvement with the show over the years.

BWW Feature: WICKED Stars Share Their Favourite Lines From The Show
October 2, 2019

What's your favourite line from Wicked? Now flying into its 14th year, current stars of the show, Nikki Bentley, Helen Woolf and Alistair Brammer spoke to BroadwayWorld and shared their favourite lines and moments from the hit musical set in Oz.

BWW Feature: WICKED Stars Discuss the Magic of the Show
September 30, 2019

The West End production of Wicked, the untold story of the Witches of Oz, recently celebrated its 13th birthday. BroadwayWorld spoke to the resident Elphaba (Nikki Bentley), Glinda (Helen Woolf) and Fiyero (Alistair Brammer) about why they think the show is still magic.

BWW Feature: WICKED Celebrates 13 Years in the West End!
September 27, 2019

Now flying into its 14th year, Wicked continues to charm audiences at the Apollo Victoria. On Thursday 26th September, there was a special performance at the Apollo Victoria Theatre to mark the 13th birthday of the untold story of the Witches of Oz, complete with balloons and confetti a plenty a?' green, of course.

BWW Interview: Nancy Zamit Talks GROAN UPS at the Vaudeville Theatre
September 29, 2019

Nancy Zamit is a member of Mischief Theatre, known for their haphazard and hilarious productions such as The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. She spoke to BroadwayWorld about Groan Ups, the first of three new shows from the company playing at the Vaudeville Theatre.

BWW Feature: The Renaissance of the Religious Musical
October 4, 2019

Why are religious musicals experiencing a comeback in the West End? BroadwayWorld spoke to London performers about stories of faith and how their personal outlook on life connects with the material.

BWW Interview: Josh Piterman Talks THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
September 11, 2019

Australian actor Josh Piterman has recently taken over the leading role in the West End production of The Phantom of the Opera, celebrating its 33rd year at Her Majesty's Theatre. He spoke to BroadwayWorld about playing the 'Angel of Music'.



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