Amy Griggs
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What I do:
Actor currently living and working in Cardiff.
A little more about me:
Studied BA Acting at The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.
Projects I’m working on:
Just finished touring Soectacle Theatre's 'It's the Jennifer Vyle Show', also recently produced and performed John Retallack's 'Hannah and Hanna' and performed in the role of Flora in The Torch Theatre co's 'The Turn of the Screw'.
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At 3:34 on February 6, 2014, CHRIS HOWELL said…


At 3:33 on February 6, 2014, CHRIS HOWELL said…

Hello Amy,

As you have realised I thoroughly enjoyed the play. I felt I had to get something out there to let people know how wonderful it is. My review would have appeared far too late to be usefu in that directionl.

As you probably know I write the reviews under the banner of the 3rd age critics (I don't know where the other 2 ages went!). That means in effect that I enjoy writing them but they have to be done when time allows. Currently I have targeted the weekend to publish. I hope that helps you understand the boring bits of the process.

Best wishes to you, Chloe, the Director and the rest of the back room staff


Amy Griggs's Blog

Real Human Being – Taking Flight Theatre Company

Taking Flight Theatre’s current tour of Matthew Bulgo’s new piece of writing ‘Real Human Being’ has been going extremely well. For the past fortnight the team have been travelling to schools and youth clubs around Bridgend providing a unique opportunity to explore the theme of disability-related harassment through Forum Theatre.

The project is funded by The Home Office and has been developed in collaboration with Disability Wales.

Directed by Elise Davison, cast members…


Posted on November 27, 2012 at 13:05


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