Another amazing experience that I’ve really enjoyed being a part of this year, was recording a Christmas single with West End MT, with all proceeds going to the brilliant organisation Battersea Dogs Home. I was lucky enough to open the track and sing with all of the talented kids who perform at West End MT.
We chose to record Sara Bareilles’ ‘Love Is Christmas’, which is beautifully melodic and poignant, and we even got to shoot a video to accompany the track…
To top it all, Lindsey Page (the principle of West End MT) and I were asked to appear on London Live News to promote the track and talk about the performing arts school. A new experience for me, broadcasting live in a TV studio with all the cameras and lights, and no preparation! I loved it…
Lindsey Page, Director and Principle of West End MT, appearing on London Live News with Jaime Adler to promote charity single ‘Love Is Christmas’
Jaime and the beautiful Lindsey Page, Director and Principle of West End MT, at London Live TV studios
Jaime Adler be mic’d up at London Live News studios
Jaime Adler and Lindsey Page waiting to record live with the news host on London Live
Jaime and Lindsey Page on the blue coach, London Live News!
I hope the track sells really well as it’s all for a fantastic charity, the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home – an organisation that dedicates its time to looking after and giving a home to cats and dogs that need love and care, often having been neglected.
The track made the top Christmas download chart, even outselling the original. Here’s a link to the track on iTunes … it’s only 99p, all proceeds going to @BDCH.
I love these new headshots! I had them taken while out in LA shooting over the Summer. Such good times and incredible weather. Huge thanks to the photographer Jena Willard… I just loved working with you 🙂
On the 12th July I was featured in The Sunday Telegraph magazine, called Stella. The article was about my school, Sylvia Young Theatre School and focused on some of the girls who attend the school. I was the youngest of the girls chosen to feature. The article talked about the importance of our education and working hard, alongside studying acting, singing and dancing which I love. I was interviewed by the Telegraph journalists, which was a great experience, and I was able to talk about the shows I’ve appeared in and my Olivier nomination for best supporting actress. It was great to see the story appear online as well as being published in the Telegraph magazine, and now that my next personal challenge has been printed in black and white I’m definitely going to have to learn to cry on cue!!!