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kerry and louise

From the dazzle of the West End to the bright lights of Broadway, they’re the first ladies of theatre who’ve done it all. But, what’s life like when you’re fighting to stand centre stage and making a career from your hobby? We talk green skin, everlasting friendship and flying high with the wickedly talented Kerry Ellis and Louise Dearman


With choices on where to spend any extra cash getting more and more difficult with each passing payday, escaping to the magical world of theatre can be a win or lose situation. Pick the right show and your evening is set. Pick the wrong one, however, and you’re left bored in your seat thinking about which ice cream to choose before the interval eventually comes.

Either way, as you crack open the wine and get comfy in your seat, backstage awaits a cast of budding actors ready to head to work. But is life always as glorious when synched and plastered to an almost unrecognisable degree?“It’s like the best drug ever,” explains esteemed actress and singer, Kerry Ellis.

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Summer may be nearly over but fear not, the GT September issue is officially turning up the heat with English ruby star James Haskell. Bursting out of a glass box and straight onto the cover, James’s appearance in GT is timely given Keegan Hirst having recently come out at the first openly gay rugby league player. James has long been an advocate of the eradication of prejudice in sport and had this to say about Keegan’s decision to come out: “It took real strength and courage for Keegan to come out. He’s a tough guy, and the fact that his team mates, the fans and everybody has taken it so well shows that it can be done. And it shows that your sexuality really shouldn’t matter when it comes to playing sport.” Also in this issue: Keegan Hirst Kinky Boots John Grant Gay asylum seekers Cel Spellman Rebecca Root Natalie Imbruglia Kerry Ellis Jaymi Hensley And all the very best in style, tech, grooming and entertainment

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