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: Sierra Boggess Discusses Her Upcoming UK Concert at Cadogan Hall!Interview: Sierra Boggess Discusses Her Upcoming UK Concert!
Posted: Jan. 24, 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: The Cast Talk FALSETTOS at The Other Palace
September 3, 2019

A tale of love, loss and laughter, Falsettos is currently running at The Other Palace. Cast members Oliver Savile, Gemma Knight Jones and Laura Pitt-Pulford spoke to BroadwayWorld about being part of the show.

BWW Interview: Ramin Karimloo & Celinde Schoenmaker Talk DOCTOR ZHIVAGO at Cadogan Hall
August 29, 2019

Ramin Karimloo and Celinde Schoenmaker have both played leading roles in Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera but never at the same time, until now. They now lead the cast of a concert version of Doctor Zhivago which will be performed at Cadogan Hall on 1 September. Ramin and Celinde spoke to BroadwayWorld about the show during their rehearsals.

BWW Review: AS YOU LIKE IT, Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
August 27, 2019

After the success of an en masse production of Pericles last year, the National Theatre has collaborated with the Queen's Theatre Hornchurch to bring together a colourful and joyous large-scale musical version of Shakespeare's As You Like It as part of their Public Acts scheme.

BWW Review: DOGFIGHT, Southwark Playhouse
August 22, 2019

Before Dear Evan Hansen and The Greatest Showman came Dogfight, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's 2012 off-Broadway musical. It tells the story of a group of marines' last night of debauchery in San Francisco before being shipped out to war in 1963. This gritty story of love and deception has been revived as part of the British Theatre Academy's 2019 summer season at Southwark Playhouse.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Interview: Fearless Players Discuss Their Fringe Shows
August 11, 2019

Shonagh Murray and Lydia Davidson formed Fearless Players after graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018. They premiered Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

BWW Review: PROM 30: THE WARNER BROTHERS STORY, Royal Albert Hall
August 10, 2019

John Wilson and his orchestra return to the BBC Proms in a concert titled a?oeThe Warner Brothers Storya??, taking audiences on a whirlwind trip through the mammoth catalogue of music written for 1930-1960s Hollywood movies.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: ARMOUR: A HERSTORY OF THE SCOTTISH BARD, Gilded Balloon
August 5, 2019

Fearless Players return to the Edinburgh Fringe with a polished version of their musical, Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard. They present an engaging hour that tells the story of the women left behind by Robert Burns after his death.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: IMPROV ACTUALLY, Gilded Balloon
August 5, 2019

The Cambridge Impronauts bring their rom-com inspired show, Improv Actually, to the Edinburgh Fringe. At the top of the show, they take suggestions of character dating profiles from the audience and a favourite is decided by vote. The group then attempt to improvise a full romantic comedy within an hour using that character as the protagonist.

Edinburgh 2019: BWW Review: CHRISTINA BIANCO: FIRST IMPRESSIONS, Assembly
August 4, 2019

It may not be Christina Bianco's first time at the Fringe but she brings her hilarious new impressionist show, First Impressions to Assembly Checkpoint. Bianco hails from New York and is famous for her fabulous diva impressions, from Julie Andrews to Liza Minelli, some of which have gone viral on YouTube.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: MARK WATSON: HOW YOU CAN ALMOST WIN, Assembly
August 4, 2019

Did you know Mark Watson went on a reality TV show about surviving on an island for a month? It seems not many did. Not to worry, as he shares what he gleaned from that experience in a show called How You Can Almost Win.

Edinburgh 2019: BWW Review: BURNS: A LOST LEGACY, Gilded Balloon
August 4, 2019

Many are familiar with the tradition of singing 'Auld Lang Syne' at the end of ceilidhs, or to bring in the new year. How much do we know of what the man who wrote it left behind? Burns: A Lost Legacy, directed by Melanie Bell, tells the story of Robert Burns' granddaughter, Sarah (Bethany Tennick) and her fight to keep the royalties for her grandfather's poems in the family.

Edinburgh 2019: BWW Review: #HONESTAMY, Pleasance
August 4, 2019

Amy Booth-Steel picked up a ukulele while trying to find a new hobby and started to post performances of candid songs about life on twitter earlier this year. Fast forward to August and she has crafted a solo show, with direction from Kathy Burke, called #HonestAmy a?' because she, in her own words, a?oetells it like it isa??.

Edinburgh 2019: BWW Review: ISLANDER: A NEW MUSICAL, Summerhall
August 4, 2019

While Edinburgh may be a hub of activity at the best of times, not just August, Islander: A New Musical transports its audiences to the remote island of Kinnen. The piece of music theatre is part of the Made in Scotland 2018 showcase.

BWW Interview: Blake Harrison Chats WAITRESS at Adelphi Theatre
August 5, 2019

Stage and screen actor Blake Harrison was most recently seen in the BBC drama A Very English Scandal. He is well known for his role as Neil Sutherland in The Inbetweeners and is currently back on a West End stage in Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre. Blake spoke to BroadwayWorld about playing Ogie in the show.

BWW Review: STONES IN HIS POCKETS, Theatre Royal Brighton
July 30, 2019

There's always a buzz of excitement when a film crew come to your home town but is it always a positive impact on the community? Marie Jones' multi-award winning comedy, Stones in His Pockets, is currently touring the UK and is making its stop in Brighton's Theatre Royal this week.

BWW Review: BLUES IN THE NIGHT, Kiln Theatre
July 25, 2019

You can forget your troubles or wallow in the richness of Blues in the Night, currently at the Kiln Theatre. The musical revue follows four individuals, known simply as The Lady (Sharon D Clarke), The Woman (Debbie Kurup), The Man (Clive Rowe) and The Girl (Gemma Sutton).

BWW Review: THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, Menier Chocolate Factory
July 24, 2019

While the beginning of a heatwave raged outside the Menier Chocolate Factory, attendees of the UK premiere production of The Bridges of Madison County, directed by Trevor Nunn, were transported to a hot summer of a different kind in Iowa in the 1960s.

BWW Review: GODSPELL IN CONCERT, Cadogan Hall
June 30, 2019

The British Theatre Academy gives aspiring young performers the chance to perform for free in top venues. Dozens of them have been preparing to perform in Cadogan Hall alongside Max Bowden, Luke Bayer, Laura Baldwin and Ramin Karimloo in a colourful semi-staged concert version of Stephen Schwartz's Godspell.

BWW Interview: Jenna Russell Talks THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, Menier Chocolate Factory
June 25, 2019

Jenna Russell, Olivier Award-winning star of stage and TV, is known for her roles in Les Miserables, Sunday in the Park with George and, most recently, Fun Home at the Old Vic. She is now playing the role of Francesca in the upcoming UK premiere of Jason Robert Brown's The Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

BWW Review: LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, Theatre Royal Brighton
June 12, 2019

The 2011 musical adaption of the 2006 Academy Award-winning film Little Miss Sunshine comes to the stage in a hilarious and heart-warming production. The show is currently making a stop at Brighton Theatre Royal as part of a UK tour directed by Mehmet Ergen.



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