"A minutely observed comic creation" Roger Cox, The Scotsman.
"Delightfully feminist... a feel-good hit" Chella Quint, The F-Word Comedy
"Consummate and delightful" Isla van Tricht, Broadway Baby
[image credit: Satoshi Date]
Some of you will be interested in what I am up to at the moment, in which case you should listen to my Letters From London, which I record every now and then and which you can get to by clicking on the Letters From London page in the contents menu, which is a little bit further up from where you are reading now and to the right, if that makes sense. I realise that it is not terribly easy to know exactly how to describe where things are on a computer screen, because everything moves, but... look up and to the right, underneath where it says Contents, and you should see a list of pages. So... I hope that will work.... In any case, the lastest one is always just above this paragraph of text. You can hardly miss it.
I'm very much a private individual but I do occasionally perform so, if you are interested in catching me in the flesh, as it were, you can always click on where it says Upcoming Appearances at the top right of this page and, if you are lucky, there will be some dates. To be honest, this is a little sporadic.
You will also see that there is also a page called More About Samantha. Which, without wanting to blow my own trumpet, has been written for those of you who want to know more about me in more general terms.
And, for any of you who would are still curious about my experience at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, you can also listen to my Letters From Edinburgh, which (thanks to my godson!) are are now available to download. You can get to them via the Letters From Edinburgh page here, which is also up and to the right. It seems to me that these would make ideal listening for anybody who was not able to make it to the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to see An Evening With Samantha. Not that they wouldn't be enjoyable for those of you who were there, of course. Just that, well, the point is that they give, I would say, an insight into the experience of performing at the festival from the point of view of someone who was there. Me, I mean. And, of course, if you enjoy them, you should also feel free to tell your friends about them. The more listens the better!
If you have any questions or requests, please feel free to get in touch by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also tweet @MsSamanthaMann and, if you are interested in email updates, you will see the sign-up box for my irregular news letter underneath the contents towards the top right of this page. I'm always happy to see new people signing up for this so don't be shy.
Oh, and for anybody looking for clothes copying, dress-making or costume design, I fully recommend Jo Poole, aka The Dress Doctor, who made me a lovely costume to perform in.
[image credit: Katherine Leedale]