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‘A Christmas Carol’ in Delph this December
An interview with Tiny Tim
7 year old Harry Oliver is playing Tiny
Tim in A Christmas Carol at the Millgate
theatre this December. He starred in
The
Cherry Orchard
at the Royal Exchange
earlier this in which he played a ghost.
What was it like playing a ghost at Royal
Exchange? A:
It was really good fun and I
enjoyed it a lot. I was a little nervous at first,
but the other actors and the director were
really kind & made me feel more confident.
Have you been in other plays? A:
I’ve been
in plays at school, but no other plays in the
theatre, which is why I’m really excited
about playing Tiny Tim, because doing
plays in the theatre is great.
What’s the hardest thing about being an
actor? A:
It’s a big responsibility. Lots of
people rely on you to be there in time and to
remember your lines, cues and actions.
What’s the best thing about being an actor?
A:
Being in plays in front of an audience is
the best part. It’s a brilliant experience.
Have you started rehearsals and how are
they going? A:
I’ve started rehearsals and
they’re going brilliantly. I really like the
other cast members and it’s interesting
watching them practise their parts.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
A:
An actor, of course, because I love it.
Do you get nervous before a performance?
A:
A little bit, but as soon as I get on stage I
feel fine.
Where did you learn to act? A:
Saddleworth
Drama Centre. Adele, Judith, Beth and Joe
teach us by playing games and doing
improvisations. They make it good fun.
Will you be in other plays? A:
I hope so!
Tickets from
Millgateartscentre.co.uk
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