Latest news from Dani Moseley

Had a day of meetings and a uni catch up (With Staci Shuttleworth and Tamsin Nolan from my course) Always nice to catch up with the girlies and they’re both doing BRILLIANTLY in media. Staci has just been promoted to the head of scheduling team for channel 5 and Tamsin works either for sky sports or a sports channel/programmes like soccar am or something like that. Anyhoo!

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Jack Shaw’s Chronicles of a Songwriter – out now!

Jack has just self-published his first in a series of books about songwriting.

Lyriconnect London 1 is a collection of Lyrics, Poetry and Verse written in London between 2011 and 2012. Jack says this is the start of a “series of books chronicling my story as a songwriter. From the London riots to the daily grind of supporting a passion, this is a snapshot at the first year of living in London.”

You can find out more here.

You’re invited…

…to Lincoln Academy’s Lecture by Professor Neil Sinyard who is the LSM’s Visiting Professor for Film.  His talk “Hitchcock versus Herrmann” will focus on the dramatic story behind the break-up of the cinema’s finest director and composer partnership.

The event is at 6pm on 28th June at the EMMTEC Auditorium, Brayford Campus, and it is free.  But you do need to register, so click here.  There’ll be coffee from 5.30pm and drinks after – all free, so enjoy!

Dani Moseley New Year update 2012

My new episode of Doctors broadcasts on Monday, Feb 27th BBC1 @13:45, where I play 16yr old Hosanna, who has clashes with her god fearing mother.



ALSO The play ‘The Forty Elephants’ that I have co written and co directed will be up and running on March 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th, 28th at The Albany Theatre in Deptford.
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Olympic Games presenter opportunities

From Jessica Cadwallader:

We’re looking for new presenting talent for the live venues at next year’s Olympic Games. Working with a production team, the presenter’s role will be to entertain and inform the public before, after and during events. They’ll have to vox pop the crowd, interview sportsmen and women and introduce the action. The application closing date is Sunday 4th December.

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Loz Whitaker, class of 2011

Plenty of people leave university with a decent degree, but it’s the people who have more than that who will get the jobs that are so in demand.

Sam laughs at ‘Frodsham’ and can’t stop by Loz Whitaker
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Chris Rankin, class of 2011

Chris aka Percy Weasley

From Chris Hainstock:

You may be interested to know that recent Graduate Chris Rankin will be appearing on BBC1- Celebrity Total Wipeout this Saturday @ 6.10pm BBC1

Chris is perhaps better known as Percy Weasley in the Harry Potter films, went to film this episode (in Brazil – where all progs are filmed) earlier in the year.)

Warning: This clip is nearly 10 minutes long!

Cofilmic festival

Here’s a new film festival with a difference.

“A hub for comedy and film making talent. A place where film festival meets live stand up and the latest new comedy TV series might be discovered.

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Dani Moseley: more news

I found out on Friday that I secured two acting jobs!

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Dani Moseley: Update July 2011

Well I’m here let you know about another theatre opportunity where you will get to see me play the character of ‘Anna’ in the play ‘1963: They had a dream’ at The Tabernacle Theatre in Ladbroke Grove on July 20th at 19:30.

Supporting Documentary:

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