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Sardines  |  Issue no.24  


Our latest issue features three hugely talented professionals who bring their experience, wisdom and advice to the amateur sector...
Firstly, the ultimate showman and entertainer, Brian Conley, currently starring in the sell-out tour of Barnum speaks with Phil Lowe about revamping, improving and putting his own stamp on Cameron Mackintosh's Chichester Festival big-top production.
Then there's Emma Williams who, earlier this year, toured the UK as Annie Oakley in one of amateur theatre's all-time favourite musicals, Annie Get Your Gun. Emma, without any official training, made her professional stage debut aged just eighteen playing Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang opposite Michael Ball at the London Palladium.
Last but by no means least, Steve Hewlett tells his fascinating story which took him to fourth place in last year's Britain's Got Talent - the only ventriloquist ever to make it to the final.

In addition there's all the usual features and more including a record fourteen pages of our special newspaper-style pages in 'Your News'.

Also... Strike Up the Band, a tribute to Sandy Wilson, New Play & Book releases, Show Guide, Win West End tickets, One Step Beyond... and much more!
Whatever you call it – ‘amateur’, ‘non-paid’, ‘non-professional’, ‘community theatre’ or just plain old ‘am-dram’ – if you are connected or interested in amateur theatre in ANY capacity then Sardines is absolutely the magazine for you.
Stylishly modern, colourful and contemporary, Sardines is the no.1 quarterly magazine for the UK’s amateur sector (that’s over 2 million people in the UK).
However, don’t feel you need to live in the UK to enjoy Sardines; most of our content is of international appeal.
Sardines publishes features, articles and interviews with world-famous actors & performers (e.g. Michael Crawford, Sir Ian McKellen, Michael Ball), internationally renown composers & playwrights (Michael Frayn, Ray Cooney, Andrew Lloyd Webber), information and advice from some of the world’s top drama schools, publications and organisations (The Stage, Mountview, GSA, ArtsEd etc.), new releases available to the amateur market (Samuel French, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Josef Weinberger etc.) as well as a plethora of backstage & technical advice from worldwide industry experts.
“And why are you called ‘Sardines’?” you cry… just Google “funniest farce ever written” and you will find the answer. Then, should your interest be aroused may we suggest downloading the FREE sample edition from this app where you will find – among other delights – our interview with playwright, Michael Frayn.
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Sardines   |   Issue no.24   


Our latest issue features three hugely talented professionals who bring their experience, wisdom and advice to the amateur sector...
Firstly, the ultimate showman and entertainer, Brian Conley, currently starring in the sell-out tour of Barnum speaks with Phil Lowe about revamping, improving and putting his own stamp on Cameron Mackintosh's Chichester Festival big-top production.
Then there's Emma Williams who, earlier this year, toured the UK as Annie Oakley in one of amateur theatre's all-time favourite musicals, Annie Get Your Gun. Emma, without any official training, made her professional stage debut aged just eighteen playing Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang opposite Michael Ball at the London Palladium.
Last but by no means least, Steve Hewlett tells his fascinating story which took him to fourth place in last year's Britain's Got Talent - the only ventriloquist ever to make it to the final.

In addition there's all the usual features and more including a record fourteen pages of our special newspaper-style pages in 'Your News'.

Also... Strike Up the Band, a tribute to Sandy Wilson, New Play & Book releases, Show Guide, Win West End tickets, One Step Beyond... and much more!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Sardines magazine print subscription.
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