Despite living in Los Angeles, the 45-year-old actor asked specifically if he could play Gaston in Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre’s Christmas pantomime so he would have the chance to spend the festive season with his mum.Janet Hazell has lived in Bungay for the past two years and is recognisable to many as a former Lowestoft music teacher - although her role as Jeremy’s mum has remained largely under the radar.The cast and I are going to go up there on the train and go bowling one day.”This year is Jeremy’s sixth panto, having starred in Snow White and Aladdin at other theatres, and it’s the second time he’s played Gaston.“It’s a play of two halves really as the first half I’m cheered and I come out and do all my numbers and then in the second I’m booed.I use the voice that I used last time I played Gaston and I do a bit of thrusting, which seemed to go down well.Interest in Victorian art never wholly died in the 60 years after Queen Victoria's death, but if its revival can be dated it must be to 1961, the year that Jeremy Maas held his first Pre-Raphaelite exhibition.
I have been doing lots of writing and directing and I’ve just done my first short film so I’m hoping make parts two and three.
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She was, however, determined that he should have an English education, so he went to Sherborne and, after National Service, to Pembroke College, Oxford, where he read English.
It was the Union at Oxford with its Pre-Raphaelite frescos, that, and William Gaunt's 1949 book Aesthetic Adventure, which first opened Maas's eyes to Victorian art, but when he went down it was to a job in advertising which he disliked.