Follow me for the latest news and offers
- My new Casting Headshots Portfolio Book is here..
- The lovely actress Cara Bamford at my studio.
- The talented actor Dan Van Garrett at my studio
- Mario Schwartz Photography featured inside The Stage Newspaper this week
- Royal Academy of Dance session
- The actress Mandy Lomax at my Studio
- The actress and model Alana Arthurs
- November 2013 (1)
- October 2013 (2)
- September 2013 (1)
- August 2013 (3)
- July 2013 (1)
- June 2013 (1)
- May 2013 (2)
- April 2013 (2)
- March 2013 (4)
- February 2013 (4)
- January 2013 (3)
- December 2012 (1)
- November 2012 (6)
- October 2012 (4)
- September 2012 (3)
- August 2012 (6)
- July 2012 (3)
- June 2012 (6)
- May 2012 (1)
- April 2012 (4)
- January 2012 (1)
- November 2011 (1)
- October 2011 (4)
- August 2011 (2)
- July 2011 (1)
- April 2011 (1)
- September 2010 (2)
- August 2010 (1)
Tag CloudModelling Sima de Lambert Sharon D Clarke Fashion photography Niki Mylonas Kenneth Branagh curtis brown Sarah Barker BBC Waterloo road Professional headshot photographer London Sarah Lola Helena Donald Free headshot winner Beauty Portfolios actor headshots Pregnancy headshot guide Anthony Wolfe A touch of frost Niki Lauda Commercial Photography restaurant Leading headshot Photographer free headshots The Bill Royal Academy of Dance Free headshot session Elahe Shocohian new prices Southside House redrush talent Les Miserables Eastenders Jonathan Rhys Meyers Models Elizabeth Bloom Wimbledon headshot FAQ headshots Nathanjohn Carter mario schwartz photography Mauma Alra
Tag Archives: Samuel Edwards
I recently went to the see the Ghost musical in the West End and I have to say that if you haven’t seen it already, it is definitely a must.
The stage is so perfect and cleverly designed.The lighting and special effects by Paul Kieve are stunning.
Siobhan Dillon (Molly) is absolutely amazing, she connects very well with the audience and her vocals are breathtaking.
Samuel Edwards (Sam) is great too, it is his professional debut in the West End and I’m sure we will see more of him in future productions.
Sharon D Clarke (Oda Mae Brown) in my view is the star of the show, her performance is worth every penny..incredible funny and witty.
All in all a great musical with incredible visuals, vocals, great acting and brilliantly funny.