Dodie Smith wrote the much, loved children’s classic The Hundred and One Dalmatians. What most people don’t know is that Dodie went from being a shop girl to one of the most successful commercial playwrights of the 1930’s, with a huge career in the West End and on Broadway. She wrote screenplays in Hollywood before becoming a best selling author with her coming of age novel I Capture the Castle. Find out how Dalmatians stole her heart, starting with her beloved Pongo and how her little book about dogs became one of Disney’s most iconic animated films.Views: 523 | Enquiries: 1
I am a professional voice actor with twenty-five years experience, I’ve voiced characters in children’s animation shows (including Postman Pat!) and I’ve worked in radio drama, narrated TV documentaries and voiced TV commercials - as well as providing audio commentaries for corporate businesses. I’ve enjoyed speaking for many WI’s, Probus Clubs, Townswomen’s Guilds and the U3A. An enthusiastic response from audiences has given me the impetus to write and share more talks! My talks last between 45 and 60 minutes.
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