These are links to useful Theatre related sites. They may or may note mention Louise Gold. But since Louise is a notable British Actress, it seems relevant to include them.
Official Show Site for the musical Oliver!: http://www.oliverthemusical.com/
TotallyTheatre: http://www.totallytheatre.com/ - Theatre News, Reviews, and, previews, plus exclusive official behind the scenes video footage.
TheatreRadio: http://www.theatreradio.co.uk/ - The UK’s first Internet Radio station for Musical Theatre. (Please note that the site requires Flash to view it; and to listen to the Radio they recommend Broadband, although some of their interviews have been made available in a downloadable form).
The Lost Musicals Charitable TrustTM: http://www.lostmusicals.org/ -
UKAAS (United Kingdom Actors Appreciation Society): http://www.ukaas.org/ - A website for the appreciation of those ‘terrific actors’ who have inspired their fans to set up a reasonably respectful website dedicated to them (Louise Gold of course, thanks to this site, is on UKAAS’s list of ‘terrific actors’)
The Stephen Sondheim Reference Guide: http://www.sondheimguide.com/ - By far one of the most comprehensive websites about Stephen Sondheim’s work, excellently compiled by Michael H Hutchins. The site includes details of all major productions of Sondheim shows and many special performances.
The Cole Porter Reference Guide: http://www.geocities.com//porterguide/ - Compiled by Michael H Hutchins, similar to his Sondheim site, though not quite as comprehensive.
The G&S Discography: http://www.cris.com/~oakapple/gasdisc/index.htm - A site detailing of the major various recordings and videos and Gilbert & Sullivan Operettas.
Stage Musicals Appreciation Society: http://www.spotlight-on-musicals.org/ - Website for that society’s newsletter Spotlight On Musicals
Musical Stages Online: http://www.musicalstages.co.uk/index.html - An excellent site about British Musical Theatre. Sometimes has information about Louise's stage appearances in its News and Reviews sections. In general a good site for British Musical Theatre.
The Royal Variety Performance: http://www.eabf.org.uk/rvp1.htm
The Musical Chronicles By Jorg: http://www.jorgeplace.com/MusicalChronicles/MusicalChronicles.htm
Cast Albums .org database, of cast albums: http://www.castalbums.org/
Edward Seckerson’s Website: http://www.edwardseckerson.biz/ - Includes a variety of Theatre information from the veteran broadcaster and critic.
Stage Beauty – The History of Edwardian Actresses: http://www.stagebeauty.net/th-main.html - A very informative resource about Edwardian Theatre, particularly focusing on the lives of actresses of that era.
Official Show site
for Mamma Mia: www.mamma-mia.com - Includes: facts about the various productions
of the show, Ticket information (mostly for London Production, may have details
for other productions), and Cast resumes for the current
Official Show site for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: http://www.chittythemusical.co.uk/frame.htm
Official Show Site for Mary Poppins: http://www.marypoppinsthemusical.co.uk