Today the music video 'Love Undisguised' by The Alpacas premiered online in all social media and platforms. Lydia plays the female lead.
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Lydia plays the female lead at The Alpacas' new music video, Love Undisguised. Part of the filming took place in Clapton. Here we see Lydia after filming with the two main members of The Alpacas, Andrei Ionescu and Misato Takeda.
Lydia does a little cameo at her friend's music video,' Leo Bear' by the famous R&B singer Sinead Harnett.
Lydia has been confirmed as part of the chorus at the Ancient Greek Tragedy AJAX. She will be playing an avant guard poet called Isidore. She is very excited in going back to working on a classical text coming from the country she was born and raised. Rehearsals started early this month at St. Peter's Church Hall where the performance is taking place in early November.
Marking the 20th year anniversary of 'The Vagina Monologues' by Eve Ensler Lydia performs at a special event at Cafe Des Paris among famous performers including the writer herself as part of this global activist movement.
Lydia performs at the first Plug In Networking event at the Canal Cafe Theatre with a monologue from the 'Frances Ha' movie alongside several talented and fresh female actresses.
Lydia just finished performing at the benefit production of The Vagina Monologues at The Bread and Roses Theatre, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the play, produced by Goblin Baby Co. and directed by Tessa Hart. The show was a complete sell out one month in advance and it was a great success.
Lydia will be the lead in the short film 'Test Drive' written and directed by Tessa Hart and produced by Goblin Baby Co. as part of the NoGoZone You Tube channel launching this year - a collection of thought provoking and mystery films. Filming is taking place during March.
Lydia will be performing for the 8th year straight at the benefit production The Vagina Monologues written by Eve Ensler. The show is taking place at the Bread and Roses theatre from the 22nd till the 24rh of February. Book your tickets at https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/vagina-monologues.html (Saturday is already sold out but there are limited tickets left for the rest of the show).