Liz Carr

'Looking forward to returning to filming on Silent Witness where thankfully all the violence is fake.'
’Silent Witness’ star Liz Carr has spoken out about the ‘frightening’ scissor attack that left her needing hospital treatment
‘Silent Witness’ star Liz Carr is recovering after she was attacked in a London street by a man wielding scissors. The actress
Fresh from helping to organise and appearing at the One Love Manchester concert, Ariana Grande is one of the nominees at
Yes, thanks to the coverage of the Paralympic Games in London in 2012 and in Rio in 2016, we all watch and admire the paralympians, and I feel certain their extraordinary courage and prowess in the face of massive physical impairment inspires many people with disabilities. But, aside from 'Clarissa' (Liz Carr) flying the flag for UK disability, where is there a current disabled role model in drama or film?
Not many writers of a stage musical would attempt to explore deeply contentious and troubling issues of the day. Big issues don't really lend themselves to up beat song and dance, and most audiences don't usually find themselves clapping along to show tunes with a serious edge...
Recently the debate around Assisted Dying has become a cause célÚbre and is now one of the hottest topics of the 21st Century. The concept of assisting someone to die if they are terminally ill may seem a no brainer. Making it legal to assist in a person committing suicide if they feel they can no longer carry on, or that they fear what their impending death may bring, is portrayed in the media as a humanitarian act of compassion that any forward thinking caring society would allow.