Amy Starling
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What I do:
Hi All, for those of you who don't know me, I am an actress from Aberdare(!)
I graduated from RWCMD in 2003 and have been touting my acting talents professionally ever since.
I am so excited to be involved in the first ever National Theatre Wales production "A Good Night Out in the Valleys" and hope that you will all come and see it.

Bye for now xxx

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The end of a short but thoroughly wonderful era...

Hey blog peeps!!

Last night was the final show of "A Good Night Out..." and what a show it was.

There was a lot of nervous energy flying around backstage as we prepared to say goodbye to our lovingly developed characters. The last show is always a strange one, as you feel the need and the desire to make it perfect. But there was extra pressure for me last night, as everyone I have ever met was in the audience (I exaggerate for dramatic effect!) But we needn't have…


Posted on March 28, 2010 at 6:56 — 2 Comments

2 down.... more to go!

Hey blog type people!

So, we have now completed our run in Blackwood and it feels a little like leaving home for the first time. We have been rehearsing there for so many weeks, it feels like that is where the show belongs. But, as we have known all along, it is time to leave and move on to the next venue. However, we are taking one part of the Blackwood shows with us... the musical phenomenon that are 4th Street Traffic are joining us in Blaengarw (at very short notice!!!)…


Posted on March 13, 2010 at 15:34 — 2 Comments

And here comes the fear.....

Hello blog peeps.

Ok, so I know that by now you are all used to the comedy blogging genius of Mr Boyd "Bertolt" Clack, but I thought you should know something of the other side of the rehearsal process.

It is a method I like to call "Sheer Bloody Panic"!!!!! (a good name for a band methinks?!)

So, as some of you may know, we've had a bit longer than usual to rehearse 'A Good Night Out....' and that has been invaluable to all of us. We…


Posted on March 4, 2010 at 11:07 — 2 Comments

A Good Day Out in the Valleys

Hey peoples!!

We are getting quite good at this blogging thing now, so I thought I would take a moment to tell you what we've been up to....

It was one of our residency days today, so we all piled onto Buddy's Fun Bus for a road trip to Blaengarw for a day of rehearsing, meeting with the locals and getting to know another of the venues we will eventually be taking the finished show to.

There are a couple of reasons why these days are useful. Firstly, from a…


Posted on February 18, 2010 at 10:00 — 2 Comments

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At 5:08 on August 5, 2010, Michael Humphreys said…
Hello Mz Starling! How are you? Congrats on good night out by the way I did hang about a bit after but didnt catch you! How have things been?
At 23:24 on March 25, 2010, Rhiannon Davis said…
Awwww! Looks like you made a little fan for life last night - lol!! Rx
At 10:53 on March 25, 2010, Elen Bowman said…
Just found your request in my Spam box since last Oct! Sorry. Good opportunity to say well done for the show - saw it at Pontardawe and thought you did a great job. See you soon. Elenx
At 0:31 on March 17, 2010, Simon Clode said…
Hello Miss Starling, tricks are good. Another good show last night, Tracey just keeps getting better and better. See you in Bedwas x
At 22:03 on November 5, 2009, Alan Harris said…
Thanks Amy, that's very kind of you. Hope you are well and hopefully catch up with you soon. Very best, Alan x

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