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The Morning After (Review)

23rd – 25th July 2018 “This witty three-hander first produced three years ago gets a welcome revival as part of this year’s Birmingham Fest at the Blue Orange.” Read the full review here: https://bumonaseat.wordpress.com/2018/07/24/about-last-night/

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Feature: Slough Observer

Born and raised Datchet actress named best newcomer at Birmingham Festival AN ACTRESS born and raised in Datchet has been named best newcomer at the Birmingham Festival. Gabrielle Killick, who grew up in Slough Road, was awarded the title following her performance in The Morning After, a play by Darren Heywood. The 21-year-old said: “It’s really amazing, I wasn’t expecting it at all. I had so much fun working on the play, it was a dream role for me so to be named best newcomer was a bonus. There were some fantastic plays and performers on show at the festival so it means a lot.” Miss Killick was a pupil at Eton Porny School, Trevelyan Middle School and Windsor Girls’ School. She said: “I remember being cast as Calamity Jane in a musical at Trevelyan, there are still pictures from it all over the house. I’ve always wanted to perform,…

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Feature: Windsor & Eton Express

Former Windsor Girls’ School student named best newcomer at Birmingham Fringe Festival Raised in Slough Road, Datchet, the 21-year-old Birmingham School of Acting graduate wowed audiences during her performance in ‘The Morning After’, which was her first professional performance since leaving drama school. The play received a number of positive reviews. “This is a dream start for me,” said Gabrielle, a former pupil at Windsor Girls’ School. “It’s a fantastic role and I was really fortunate to get it. “After studying for three years at the Birmingham School of Acting, it’s great to finally be out there and performing to a real audience.” “I am really pleased. There were some fantastic plays and performers on show so it means a lot.” Last year Gabrielle sold out at Windsor’s Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture and has previously performed her one woman show ‘May I Take Your Order’ at the Edinburgh…

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Feature: Spaghetti Gazette

BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ACTING GRADUATE WINS BEST NEWCOMER AT BIRMINGHAM FESTIVAL Gabrielle Killick is named Best Newcomer at the Birmingham Festival following her performance in “The Morning After”, an exciting new play by Darren Heywood. Gabrielle graduated from The Birmingham School of Acting in June and this is her first performance since leaving the drama school. Gabrielle says, “This is a dream start for me. It’s a fantastic role and I was really fortunate to get it.  After studying for three years at the Birmingham School of Acting, it’s great to finally be out there and performing to a real audience”. Gabrielle Killick has been named Best Newcomer at the Birmingham Festival following her performance as Niamh in “The Morning After” at the Blue Orange Theatre. It’s a modern take on a comedy of manners with a great opening scene. Niamh (Gabrielle) wakes up in a flat with a guy…

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Feature : Birmingham Express and Star

Young actress just out of college named best festival newcomer A Birmingham student was named Best Newcomer at the Birmingham Festival after starring in her first role since leaving drama school. Gabrielle Killick graduated from The Birmingham School of Acting in June and was named Best Newcomer following her appearance in the play, The Morning After, by Darren Haywood. Miss Killick, 21, said: “This is a dream start for me. It’s a fantastic role and I was really fortunate to get it”. “After studying for three years at the Birmingham School of Acting, it’s great to finally be out there and performing to a real audience”. “I am really pleased to have been named Best Newcomer at the Birmingham Festival. There were some fantastic plays and performers on show so it means a lot.” Miss Killick played Niamh in The Morning After, which was a comedy take on having no…

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