Terri Paddock

"Queen of theatre post-show talks", social media & content marketer

  • David Walliams with child stars of the RSC's musical adaptation of his 2008 novel The Boy in the Dress. © RSC
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    David Walliams on getting the RSC’s ‘stamp of approval’ with The Boy in the Dress musical

David Walliams on getting the RSC’s ‘stamp of approval’ with The Boy in the Dress musical

After several years’ development, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s highly anticipated new musical – an adaptation of best-selling children’s author David Walliams’ 2008 debut novel The Boy in the Dress with a book by Mark Ravenhill and music and lyrics by chart-topping songwriters Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers – is gearing up for its world premiere. Ahead […]

A View from Islington North: “It’s not all about deselection”

Having never met him before, in less than a week, I’ve crossed paths with Jon Lansman, chair of Momentum, twice. Last Thursday, he attended the monthly meeting of my constituency Labour party (CLP), in which one of his colleagues threatened the deselection (or to be precise, the “mandatory reselection”) of my MP. Tonight, I […]

  • Lucy Fleming, Roberta Taylor, Olivia Llewellyn and Tessa Bell-Briggs in As Good a Time as Any
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    As Good a Time as Any for … ‘Women of a Certain Age’ as people not Product

As Good a Time as Any for … ‘Women of a Certain Age’ as people not Product

Since producing and hosting a post-show debate last month on “Women in the Arts” at Trafalgar Studios, I’ve been thinking a lot about gender inequality in theatre, and particularly in casting. And two recent plays I’ve seen have brought the subject of into even sharper focus for me – both highlighting the problem and […]