Local actress stars in Sondheim performance
Edinburgh won’t know what’s hit it when a dynamic group of University students arrive there this August.
Emilia Reid, who is studying English Literature student at Warwick University, plays young and naïve Jessica, in Stephen Sondheim’s Revue “Putting it Together”. The setting is a cocktail party at which the alcohol flows, emotions run high and relationships are stirred.
Emilia grew up in Chiswick. Just down the road was the Arts Educational School where she trained in all dance disciplines from a young age. At 14 she also began attending The Rambert Dance Company also in Chiswick.
“Putting It Together” is being performed at the prominent C-Venues from the 16th-28th August. Emilia and her fellow students have to fund the £6,000 project themselves and as students are infamous for having very little money, they are relying on donations from kind sponsors.
If you are interested in supporting their project any donation is gratefully received. You can simply send a cheque to, or become a friend of the Kenspeck Theatre Company for just £40, for which you will receive 2 free tickets to any of their performances and a mention in the programme. Alternatively you could advertise in their programme.
Send cheques payable to ‘Kenspeck Theatre’ to Kenspeck Theatre, 17 Westfield, Ashtead, Surrey KT21 1RH
August 11, 2006