Lara has enjoyed public speaking from a young age, but didn’t truly discover a love of acting till she left school.
She has been a member of a number of theatre groups and is currently with Teddington Theatre Club. Her most recent production was The Revlon Girl, but she has also been involved in many shows including
Her favourite role to date has been the wicked witch of the west In the Wizard of Oz.
Lara has thoroughly enjoyed the her whole first experience of audio drama and would love to be more involved with this wonderful genre in the future.
Lucy’s love of performance started from a young age.
A keen member of Chalfont Youth Drama, who then embarked upon a degree in Drama and Theatre Studies, and is now regularly seen treading the boards with the St Peter Players amateur dramatics group.
Lucy has a love for strong character roles, with previous roles including:
This is Lucy’s first taste of audio drama and it’s been fantastic to branch out into another area of theatre.
Without the emphasis on facial expressions to convey comedy, the characterisation of Rachel was an exciting challenge!
I am an endo warrior and pcos cyster.
am one of the 1 in 10 in the UK with endometriosis.
I have suffered with infertility related to both these conditions but am lucky to have a 4 year old. In addition, I am also the Head of History at a school in Gerrards Cross and a keen medievalist.
I have been involved in am-dram since 2013 with the St Peter Players in Chalfont St. Peters, South Bucks. In my debut production as a 29 year old I was cast as the 7 year old Alice, in ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
This is my first venture into audio drama. It has been interesting to be involved in a production that just requires you to react to the script and your fellow actors rather than the memorisation of lines and stage directions. Consequently, it felt like a much more emotive experience and there were definitely times when we were all in tears.
Currently, I am channeling this experience by writing and recording my own history lectures for my students during lockdown UK due to Clovid-19, but they are no where near as funny as this!
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The National Eczema Society
The Eczema Society - A Charity worth investing in - HELPLINE : 0800 448 0818
NICE Guidelines for ECZEMA
Have a browse for articles on your type of eczema - so many intriguing and useful sites
British Association of Dermatologists
Yes, for medical professionals but, lots of accessible info for sufferers too....check it out!
CAMPAIGN MANAGER FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS-UK
Faye is my expert of choice on the pod for the first 3 episodes of Anyone F’Coffee.
When times got strange and the world went on lockdown, the medical professional contact Sarah had as her endometriosis expert was deployed elsewhere, and it became impossible to find someone in such a short time period. After nurturing a relationship for a good few months, Sarah had ALSO been in contact with friendly folks from the Endometriosis-uk charity previously, and when the need arose, Faye very kindly volunteered to help answer my questions.
Thanks so much Faye! I am sure her advice has made a great difference to some.
Please do contact her via the charity website or via
A DERMATOLOGY NURSE
Julia is one of the nurses on the Dermatology ward that cared for Sarah Golding when she went in for a daily treatment.
Sarah cannot thank the whole team enough for their caring professionalism.
When Sarah claps for carers, its definitely for folks like Julia who are front line carers and make a difference dailyto struggling folks.
Hattie Hodgson-Crome is the media officer for the wonderfully amazinggg EPILEPSY ACTION charity. She is the new co-presenter of the charity's new podcast - Epilepsy Cast. Do check it out here!
PERI NATAL DEPRESSION NURSE
Tracy kindly offered to speak to me to help with more information on where folks who have
PERI NATAL / POST NATAL DEPRESSION
can get help. With thanks to my mum, Jackie, Barbara, and Sarah for helping me finally find my medical expert for these episodes!
Tracy was amazing and provided most of the links you see on this site, so I am truly gratfeful to her for giving me the time and the guidance for folks to answer the same three questions I am asking of all medical professionals and helpful folks on this show -
1) How and where can someone with or suspecting hey have this condition find information and help?
2) How can they help themselves?
3) When do the folks with or suspecting they have this conditions need to recognise
that they need help?
THANK YOU TRACY, YOU HAVE BEEN MORE THAN AMAZING, AND I APPRECIATE THE TIME YOU TOOK TO SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE.
Thank you SO MUCH to Raphael Darley for sound engineering our day. and to Celine and Julian for use of their wonderful studios, their professionalism and all round audio awesome.
We had a FABULOUS time recording in their studios in SEER GREEN, BUCKS UK.
HIRE THEM TOO! CELINERICHDARLEY@GMAIL.COM
Find them through their Cardora website