|Photo by Rhinoa's Photography|
This week, Rosie and Anna Lou spent more time talking off-mic than on mic. However, they did manage to podcast about: Getting Away With It; Child Drama; Performing and Improvising in French; Rending Yourself Unemployable; Remedial Drama Classes; Wanting to be Pushed; Work to Live VS Live to Work; Children and Gin; Social Media Makes You Look Busy; Languages and Communication; Too Young for Drama School; Gilbert & Sullivan; The Socially Acceptable Face of Writing Poetry; Attractive Pressure; Learning From Failure; Wasting a Brest Year in French Coventry; Self-Consciously Parisian; Scottish Science Bee; Mechanical Statue in Whitby; Studying Your Weaknesses; Lecoq - Who is He?; Audition in Festival Mode; Improvising in French; Stage Persona VS Charatcer; First Cabaret Gig; Limitations and Benefits of Casting; Accidental Resident; Once A Month Challenge; Confused Kids and Sleepy Achievements; RIP Madam Jojo's; Relentlessly Positive.
About Anna Lou:
Anna Lou Larkin is a teller of tales, a squeezer of boxes and a lover of ridiculous rhymes. Originally from Glasgow, she has made her way to the London cabaret scene through Shakespeare, TIE and a stint as a very ghoulish Scot at the Edinburgh Dungeons. Armed with a cheeky French degree and a love of all things Gallic and silly, the licentious French wordsmith Anna Lou was born. Resident at Cabaret Roulette for the past 2 years, she has recently debuted her first full solo hour "Anna Lou's Contes D'amour" at Mimetic Festival, which you'll be able to see at the Edinburgh Festival 2015.