Harold Sanditen - How to get the best from a cabaret open mics and how to record a CD

Harold Sanditen - How to get the best from a cabaret open mics and how to record a CD

“This is career number four,” says Harold Sanditen. He's worked in manufacturing, investment banking, as a theatre producer and at 52 (proving it's never too late) he became a cabaret singer. He's now hosts the weekly open mic night at London's Crazy Coqs.

Mark Shenton - How to get your show reviewed by a top critic

Mark Shenton - How to get your show reviewed by a top critic

Mark is one of the UK's most respected and prolific reviewers. He's passionate about theatre and loves discovering exciting new artistes. As for getting Mark along to review one of your shows, he says, “Don't be afraid to get in touch, I don't mind being pestered,” he says, “As long as you don't mind me saying no, I don't mind being asked.”

Kay Richardson explains how singers should deal with sound technicians - Part 1

Kay Richardson explains how singers should deal with sound technicians - Part 1

In part 1 Kay Richardson talks about equipment on the ship as opposed the land, the importance of a technical rider for the band set up, and we discuss the pros and cons of using click tracks.