Liz’s DIARY: BBC RADIO Coventry & Warwickshire, 8.40am today on crying

 

TRISH & JO at Breakfast around 08.40am this morning.

My interview this morning with Trish & Jo on ‘Crying and whether men should show this emotion’….

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbccoventryandwarwickshire

 

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Liz’s DAIRY:The OLIVIER AWARDS

 

So delighted that Jessica Swale’s NELL GWYNN, at the Apollo Theatre, which I had the pleasure to see with Canadian Producer Adam Blanshay, won the Best New Comedy Award at tonight’s Olivier Awards, presented by Michael Ball

 

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Nell Gwyn

 

 

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Kinky Boots

 

Liz’s DIARY: My daughter, Tallulah Rendall TedX talk on CREATIVITY

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TALLULAH RENDALL 

ACCESSING CREATIVITY THROUGH THE CREATION OF SPACE WITHIN AND HOW TO LET GO OF DESTRUCTIVE CREATIVE PATTERNS

 

2014 Women Of The Future Arts & Culture Shortlist Nominee and one of the first artists to introduce Crowd Funding into the UK in 2006. Tallulah has since written, produced, crowd funded and self-released (on her label Transducer Records) three albums; Libellus (2009), Alive (2011) & The Banshee And The Moon (2014).

Considered a maverick in the industry as an artist unafraid to challenge the norm. With each of her albums she has collaborated with visual and performance artists producing a hardback book to accompany each album, complete with artwork, stories and lyrics.

She was also the first UK artist to initiate Living Room Shows in the UK. Beginning in 2006, Tallulah chose to take her music to her audience. To this day she continues to perform all around the world both on main stages of festivals, headline shows in prestigious venues, and also in homes, gardens, cave…