Skins actress to star in the West End

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Skins star Lisa Blackwell is to star in the West End alongside Keira Knightley and Mad Men's Elizabeth Moss in The Children's Hour which opens at the Comedy Theatre, London in January.

Based on Lillian Hellman’s 1934 play, The Children’s Hour will see Moss and Knightley play two schoolmistresses who run a girl’s boarding school in the 1930s. When a disgruntled student (played by Rada graduate Bryony Hannah) accuses the teachers of having a lesbian affair, a series of dramatic events unfold that destroys both their lives.

20 year old Lisa (represented by Ken McReddie Associates), from Bristol, played Effy's naive best friend Pandora Moon in Series 3 and 4 of Skins.
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Merv Lukeba teases 'Skins' love story

Merv Lukeba teases 'Skins' love story
Merv Lukeba has revealed that Thomas and Pandora's romance may not survive in Skins. Last series, the pair - played by Lukeba and Lisa Blackwell respectively - were on the verge of splitting up after he discovered she had slept with Jack O'Connell's Cook behind his back. Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, Lukeba said that he does not believe their relationship will last much longer. "When your girlfriend cheats on you, you can forgive her, but I doubt you're gonna forget. Back in your mind, you're always gonna know that and that's what this series is about for [Thomas]," he said. "He's taken her back but he hasn't forgotten and (more)
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Blackwell: 'New Skins has been a hoot'

Lisa Blackwell has said that she has enjoyed filming the new series of Skins. The actress returns as Pandora for the fourth run of the show, which will feature Will Young and Chris Addison. Speaking at the premiere of the St Trinians sequel, Blackwell told ITN that work on the show had been a "hoot". The star also revealed that her character would distance (more)
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Drinking Games: 'Skins'

Are you still not sure about the third series of Skins? Are Tony, Sid and Maxxie still irreplaceable? Or are you sick and tired of seeing fresh-faced teenagers partying, sleeping around and having all the fun? Well, whatever your ailment Digital Spy has the cure, with its very own Skins Drinking Game. Invite round your friends, make sure your parents are away and let the fun and games commence. Rule One - Down a shot each time one of the characters utters the expletives "s**t", "f**k", "t**t" "d**k" or "c***". Rule Two - Each time Cook (Jack O'Connell) has an alcoholic beverage, help yourself to a tipple of your choosing. Rule Three - Chug some beer whenever you see a flash of bum, boob or any other naughty flesh. Rule Four - Crack into the vodka if Pandora (Lisa Blackwell) starts talking about getting "surf and
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