Lily Casson Blackmore

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'a young performer to watch, at future Fringes and beyond'' Lily Blackmore is an outstanding singer' ayoungertheatre' Lily Blackmore doesn't need any X-factor tricks to showcase her voice.'


Click on the images below to discover more about each project!

10. October

ESB's new website

Over the last couple of months, Lily has performed with English Cabaret, in Dreams of Peace and Freedom in at Memoriam Nuremberg Trials and the Palace of Westminster in London. Click the picture above for more!
has now launched with anything and everything about the English Singing Baker! Click the image above to visit her new website for all of the ESB's projects in one place and to catch up on her latest news!

A Baker's Diary

To launch her new website, the ESB is blogging her way through 2017 and giving you a peek into her baking brain. To see more click here or on the image below!

Third Eye Picture - Photo of the week

Photo of the Week

Every week in 2015, I posted a photo and a short blurb about it. Click the image above to see the whole project - from start to finish.

On Location: projects are inspired by books that are rooted in the places they are written. Having delved deeply into the world of 19th century novels, I discovered that the places they are written are almost as important as the characters that are written within them so these projects are the result. Each project has a selection of important locations with why they are important and quotes from the books, illustrated with my photography. Click the open books below to discover more!

In 2015, for the Dreams of Peace and Freedom tour, I put together a series of photos I took while travelling around with English Cabaret looking for the places important to my great grandfather, David Maxwell Fyfe. I have written about 7 places, with different locations within them, to tell the story of David Maxwell Fyfe and why they shaped him as a person.

Written from memory, Hugo is recalling the Paris that was long gone in Les Miserables. He is looking back at a Paris he knew, literally going down memory lane. There are 12 locations which give a wide view of different parts of Paris and enhance the drama of the events.

One of Dickens' main aims in writing Oliver Twist was bring to light the poverty and slums of London. He wrote what he saw and in the process changed the way people lived. I chose 8 locations that meant most to me when I read them.

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