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  • Making Miss Mogul Issue 03
    This issue features interviews with… Shannon Whittle (musical theatre performer) Megan Riley (founder of the M Word Music Blog) Jess Wood (freelance musician) Jennifer Mayor (owner of Jennifer’s Dancers) Advice columns include… Dealing with comparison Mastering the art of practice ...
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  • An interview with Jess Wood – freelance musi…
    Hi Jess, what is your profession? I am a freelance musician. My work is mostly in the West End and I also teach children how to play piano and drums. What inspired you to get into music? Growing up, my parents owned a music shop so I was constantly exposed to music and musical instruments. My ...
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  • Comparison
    They say comparison is the thief of joy. Yet, it is all to easy to engage in the comparison game. We won’t judge. We’ve all been there, done that and bought the T-shirt. Whether it was a long lost friends summer vacation to Hawaii that made you want to leave your office job, pack your ...
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  • Organising a charity event
    Charity events provide a great opportunity to raise funds for a chosen cause. Not only do they help raise awareness for a specific charity, they also present a unique opportunity to employ creative skills and use them as a force for good. Here is Making Miss Mogul’s guide to organizing a ...
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  • An interview with Shannon Whittle – musical …
    Hi Shannon, what is your profession? I am a musical theatre performer and actress. When did you decide to pursue musical theatre? I have been performing since I was very young. In fact, I was only four years old when I participated in my first dance class at Robinson Read Dance School. There I ...
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  • Learning lines
    Picture the scene, you’ve landed a part in the play at your local theatre and you’re super excited. You aced the audition, met the cast and now you have received your script. You flip through the pages and it suddenly dawns on you…’How on earth am I going to learn all of ...
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  • An interview with Jennifer Mayor – dance sch…
    Hi Jennifer, what is your occupation? I run a street-dancing school for people aged 4yrs-18yrs, although we occasionally do adult classes too. When did you learn to dance? I got into dancing when I was two after my Mum took me to a local dance school called Robinson Read (I think it was called ...
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  • An interview with Megan Riley – founder of t…
    Hi Megan, what is your profession? I am currently a student and I run a music blog called The M Word. How did the blog come about? I had moved in with my boyfriend temporarily for Lockdown (I’m still here a year later!) and I was finding I wanted more to do with my time. I study English ...
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  • Mastering the art of practice
    ‘Practice makes perfect’. We hear it all the time, but what does it actually mean? According to the Cambridge Dictionary, ‘practice is the act of doing something regularly or repeatedly to improve your skill at doing it’. Is this really true though? Does simply practicing a ...
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  • How to improve vocals
    Vocals are fascinating because no two singers are the same. One singer might emphasize the emotion of a song, another might display their range and others might be skilled in trills and runs. Whilst vocals are unique to the individual and this should be celebrated, there are ways to improve vocals, ...
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