New Agent & Current Work

Airlie has just signed with a new agent, Lou Davidson Management (www.LDmanagement.london) and is currently working for Lyngo Theatre Company playing April in “Egg and Spoon” touring to theatres in the UK.

She is also currently rehearsing a brand new two-hander Music Hall Show with Mitch Feral entitled “Now Here’s A Funny Story” playing at the CAA Club, in Covent Garden on July 15th 2016.

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Youth Directing for YMT

Airlie is pleased to be back directing for Youth Music Theatre (YMT UK) again this Summer with a new devised piece “Tales from the Jazz Age’ co-written with Nikki Santilli and with music arranged and composed by Scott Morgan.

http://www.youthmusictheatreuk.org/skills-courses/londonsummerskills2016

 

 

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Jazz Gigs & Album plans

Airlie continues to work as a jazz singer, and is starting work on an album with Pronto Swing her current main jazz outfit, to be recorded this summer, 2016.

Recent jazz venues include the Bull’s Head, Barnes, Riverhouse Barn, Walton-on-Thames, guesting at Ronnie Scott’s Upstairs, I’Klectik Arts Cafe, the Roehampton Club and the Hurlingham Club.

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Youth Directing for YMT this Summer

Airlie is excited to be directing a summer skills course for Youth Music Theatre UK this summer in Godalming entitled “The Juniper Tree”.

A gruesome Grimm Tale about longing, jealousy, loss and love.

http://www.youthmusictheatreuk.org/GodalmingSkills2015

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June Jazz Gigs

Excited to have some great June jazz gigs coming up:

Please check out www.prontojazz.com for more details

7th June Olden Community Garden Party- Slow Cat Crossing Duo

21st June 2.30pm Bull’s Head Barnes Special Summer Solstice Gig: Airlie Scott (vocals), Guillermo Rozenthuler (guitar/vocals), Roger Lewin (piano), Andres Ticino (percussion).

21st June 8pm The Pheasantry (at Pizza Express)- Special Summer Solstice Gig: Airlie Scott (vocals), Guillermo Rozenthuler (guitar/vocals), Roger Lewin (piano), Andres Ticino (percussion).

28th June 7-10.30pm ProntoJazz @i’Klectik- special swinging dance gig for dancers and more!

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Music Hall Gigs

Airlie is excited to have recently been performing in a number of Music Hall gigs….with the Players Theatre Company. She performed at the Comedy Museum and also more recently for the British Music Hall Society at the CAA Club in Covent Garden.

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Ooh Mr Rigsby! Rising Damp is no more!

Just finished the ‘Rising Damp” tour….a great play, talented cast and wonderful crew! Had a great time, just wish it could have gone on a little longer…some lovely audiences and great time touring the country. Will miss it!

Here’s a tweet from the Rising Damp Company with a picture of the full cast and crew!

 

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Loving touring in “Rising Damp” with Classic Comedy Productions

Having a wonderful time so far on tour playing Miss Jones in “Rising Damp” with Classic Comedy Productions. It’s a great script by Eric Chappell who wrote the original play “The Banana Box” and then of course the hit sitcom “Rising Damp”. Working with the wonderful Stephen Chapman as Rigsby, Paul Morse as Alan, and Chris Charles as Philip.

Check out www.risingdampontour.com for more information and dates or follow me on twitter for more regular updates. @AirlieScott

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Ooh Mr Rigsby! Miss Jones in “Rising Damp” National Tour

Very excited to find out that I’ll be playing Miss Jones in Classic Comedy Productions tour of “Rising Damp” www.risingdampontour.com  @risingdamptour from May-July 2014. Check out their website for more information on tour dates!

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Enchantress in “Beauty & the Beast” Gravesend

Excited to be off in a week to start rehearsals for “Beauty and the Beast” with Imagine Theatre Company. We’re playing at the Woodville Halls, Gravesend.

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