An interview with superb actress Rula Lenska.
Fun at the panto.
Welcome to the latest Wonderful Women, my series of inspirational Q&As with some of planet earth's most kick-ass ladies. This week I'm chatting to Alessandra Ferri, who was the Royal Ballet's youngest ever principal dancer when she was aged just 19. N...
As a huge fan of the arts and contemporary dance, it gives me great pleasure to introduce this week's Wonderful Women interview with Sharon Watson, the Artistic Director of Phoenix Dance Theatre in Leeds.
I'm excited to announce that I have teamed up with Phoenix Dance Theatre as they celebrate their 35th anniversary, and will be offering one very lucky Honest Mum reader the chance to win 2 tickets to their upcoming show, 'Triple Bill'.
Gillene Butterfield is an Opera Singer, who works full time for Opera North. She became a Mum in September 2014 and lives in Leeds with her husband Nick, who is also a singer. Gillene returned to work in March this year after her maternity leave, to take on the lead role of Julie Jordan in the revival of Carousel (13-23rd May) at the Grand Theatre Leeds and on tour.
Being creative can be hard work. Hard to get the words onto the screen for that next draft, hard to get the confidence to write the book, launch the blog, heck even write that funny tweet. Creatives are riddled with self doubt. Fact.