|Posted on March 7, 2011 at 9:01 AM||comments (1)|
New Idea Magazine: Editor's say:
Alas I’m no longer at that stage in life where my friends and I are getting married – and I’m in no hurry to be amidst wedding fever with my daughters.
But if I was, I would certainly be taking a few hints from Beth Allen’s wedding. This talented lady wrapped up all the formalities into a service that was wonderfully casual without forsaking the significance of the day. Beth is certainly the first bride I’ve known to have a doughnut truck in the drive for dessert.
I caught up with her days before the service when she was calm, happy and excited. She was a little teary, but they were happy tears.
Hayley McLarin - Editorial Director
|Posted on February 25, 2011 at 11:19 AM||comments (1)|
We are back after the server downtime.
WIth a new layout.
And news - there´s reason to believe that Beth & Charlie are now married, so congratulations to the happy couple!
|Posted on February 3, 2011 at 1:36 PM|
Cloud9 has provided the video of Tribe Tour 2003 again.
|Posted on February 1, 2011 at 5:14 AM|
With a little help from family and friends and a lot of determination, Beth Allen is organizing her dream weddinng. Read more behind the link.
|Posted on December 15, 2010 at 1:26 PM||comments (0)|
You get to see Beth Allen in a small scene too, but first there's some insideinformation on how "Toys" was written. Natalie Medlock and Dan Musgrove share their secrets.
Produced by Beth Allen and Charlie McDermott.
Shortland Street's Beth Allen is gracing the stage for Toys, a special adults-only Christmas play at Auckland's Basement Theatre. Beth, who plays Shortland Street's bad girl Brooke Freeman, stars alongside Shorty castmates Angela Bloomfield and Ari Boyland (The Tribe's KC/Shorty's Brodie Kemp) in the play about Children's toys.
"Toys is a naughty Christmas comedy, where several toys (like Viewmaster, Barbie and Ball) gather together to discuss what happened to their owner," says Beth,who thinks this play mignt provide the well-needed laughs over the busy holiday period. "I love making people laugh, [especially] at a time of the year when we're all tired."
|Posted on December 13, 2010 at 9:02 AM||comments (0)|
No 1 Family Estate in Marlborough, New Zealand, celebrated 30 years on December 7th
/Not sure why they celebrated 30 years, if the vineyard itself was set up in 1997, but oh well, the pic still look great)
The New Zealand vineyard was set up in July 1997 by champagne maker Daniel Le Brun, his wife Adele and their children Virginie and Remy. Their first wine, Cuvee No.1, was released in 1999. Virginie Le Brun and Beth Allen were working on Shortland Street together for a while.
|Posted on December 7, 2010 at 12:18 PM||comments (1)|
Another lengthy and very descriptive review about Toys.
Beth Allen as Barbie’s sidekick Share A Smile Becky was all-American exuberance and optimism and Allen and Bloomfield are a powerful comic duo with great timing, pace and playfulness.
Beautiful Dreamer now has another brand new affiliate, a great finnish website dedicated to The Tribe and run by Katherine, Zipzu and Jeanne. Keep up the great work girls. The Tribe - KLAANI
|Posted on December 3, 2010 at 9:17 AM||comments (0)|
First review for Toys has come in, and I guess Beth and Charlie can take a little relieved breath - the audience loved it and it's praise all around....at least Jaqui loved it and I'm thinking so did the rest of people.
"It's a damn good laugh" according to Jacqui Standford
|Posted on December 1, 2010 at 8:00 AM||comments (0)|
Welcome to layout 14.0, "Blue Christmas"
It is only a December special, so make sure to come back soon and check out the new changes.
And make sure to catch Beth Allen on "Toys" another brilliant Christmas comedy. You can book with iticket.
|Posted on November 29, 2010 at 5:39 AM||comments (0)|
"Toys is a naughty Christmas comedy, where several toys (like Viewmaster, Barbie and Ball) gather together to discuss what happened to their owner, Charlie," says Allen, who is not only acting in, but also co-producing the show. "Audiences can expect lots of naughtiness, lots of laughs and tonnes of talent."
Another article on Toys, you can read the full text here in Theatre section.
|Posted on November 18, 2010 at 6:11 AM||comments (0)|
Royale Productions presents:
From the writers of last year's smash hit Christ Almighty! comes another serving of yuletide mischief. It's Christmas time at 7 year-old Charlie's house, and Charlie has gone away in a big white Christmas truck, with flashing Christmas lights on top.....
Not all toys have the child's best interests at heart.
The cast includes Beth Allen, Robyn Malcolm, Ari Boyland and many more....don't miss it! Time to book your tickets, they're selling fast. Read more and book with
|Posted on November 15, 2010 at 7:17 AM||comments (0)|
Beth visited the inaugural Scriptwriters Awards on November 10th 2010, see photo and also helped her best friend (and former The Tribe co-star) Antonia Prebble buy a house.
With the help of supportive friends, and plenty of phone calls to her Wellington-based parents for advice, Antonia started the search for her dream home. “There were a lot of people around to support me, but ultimately all the responsibility lay with me, so it was pretty scary,”she says, adding that the very first auction she went to was a minordisaster. “I was so nervous – it went past my top bid in about three seconds! I got it so wrong,” she laughs.While she went to see most open homes on her own, Antonia did enlist the services of friend and fellow actor Beth Allen, who plays Brooke Freeman on Shortland Street, to help her in the quest.
“Beth bought a house a few years ago and is really practical, so I’d walk in and check out the vibe. If I liked it I’d get her to come back with me and she’d say, ‘There’s no storage’, and so on. If I got herseal of approval, I’d feel better about it. I would get carried away with the colours otherwise!”
|Posted on November 4, 2010 at 9:27 AM||comments (0)|
I have re-organized the Brooke Freeman page into a more organized file, added some tables of contents etc. This should make it easier to follow everything about the Shortland Street's prettiest GP.
|Posted on November 3, 2010 at 7:06 AM||comments (2)|
|Posted on November 1, 2010 at 12:56 PM||comments (0)|
Check out Beth's current favourites. Right here.
|Posted on October 26, 2010 at 10:15 AM||comments (0)|
The campaign is sending out a clear message: drink less before driving!
The 'Two Drinks Max' campaign is aimed at convincing the Government to lower New Zealand's drink driving limit from 80mg to 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood.
That would allow one to two standard drinks before driving.
Politicians in support include Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown, Auckland Mayor Len Brown and Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker.
Prominent New Zealanders including Middlemore Hospital emergency department head Vanessa Thornton, mountaineer Mark Inglis, actress Beth Allen and model Kylie Bax have also signed up.
Read more about the campaign to keep NZ roads safe.
|Posted on October 22, 2010 at 11:09 AM||comments (0)|
Elizabeth and Charles have started their very own production company called "Royale Productions."
Yes, yes, I'm still talking about Beth Allen and her fiancee and their inspiring dreams which they continue to turn into reality.
"Our vision is to create high quality visceral works both nationally and internationally," Charlie McDermott says.
The pair opt for plays that have an edge to them and have been described by friends as the new power couple of theatre.
"All we are is people who have a lot of energy for it," Ms Allen says.
Read all about it and about the newest theatre project, MOJO, here.
|Posted on October 7, 2010 at 7:36 AM||comments (0)|
October is breast cancer awareness month and Beautiful Dreamer website supports the cause by wearing the ribbon.
|Posted on October 1, 2010 at 5:57 AM||comments (1)|
NZ Gynaecological Cancer Foundation presents:
To wrap up September awareness month in style, a group of young AUT students organised "Get Together for Gynae" held at Auckland's Sale St Bar. Get Together For Gynae took place on Tuesday the 28th of September and was hosted by our newest ambassador Beth Allen. The event was a great success with a turn out of about 100 guests amongst those including local MP Nikki Kaye and actress Keisha Castle-Hughes.
Guests enjoyed a glass of champagne and nibbles while learning more about the foundation and gynaecological cancers.
|Posted on September 25, 2010 at 12:39 PM||comments (1)|