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The brand new podcast that shines the spotlight on London's Fringe Theatre and the people who make it.

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  • Podcast Update

    Podcast Update

    14/10/2020 Duração: 03min

    A little message from me, it might be time to leave the Podcasting behind! Have you been following the Podcast over the past 3 years? Do you want it to keep going? Let me know! [email protected] @Ltheatrepodcast on twitter. Thanks for listening. Take care! x

  • S4 Ep14: Elif Knight  Rebekah Harvey

    S4 Ep14: Elif Knight & Rebekah Harvey

    17/08/2020 Duração: 35min

    Theatre is back! Book tickets: https://www.lauderdalehouse.org.uk/whats-on/polite-conversation Watch the interview here: https://youtu.be/cqEPcAaHOto We chat with Director Elif Knight & Producer Rebekah Harvey on adapting Polite Conversation by Andrew Crook to an outside and socially distanced production. We talk Theatre before, after and that awkward bit in between Covid, get your Theatre fix at Lauderdale House 31st Aug & 1,3,7,8 & 10th Sep! Follow us @Lfringepodcast Available on Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud and YouTube! www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com

  • Road to Recovery 01: Waterloo East Theatre

    Road to Recovery 01: Waterloo East Theatre

    27/07/2020 Duração: 35min

    WATCH THE INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5uA-JBc1IY&t=7s Road to Recovery is our new video/podcast series that chats with the Artistic Directors of London's Theatres about how our industry will bounce back after the pandemic. From The West End to The Fringe we speak with the leaders of our most cherished spaces to discuss the individual challenges as well as the collective effort in bringing Theatre back to London.  In this episode with speak with Gerald Armin, Artistic Director of the Waterloo East Theatre. We talk about the recent government bailout and whether or not it will be enough as well as what sort of shows will be first back on stage.  Donate to the Waterloo East Theatre here: https://waterlooeast.ticketsolve.com/products/donation?tags=donate More at: www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com  Write to us: [email protected]  Twitter: @Ltheatrepodcast

  • S4 Ep 13: The Flying Seagull Spectacular

    S4 Ep 13: The Flying Seagull Spectacular

    07/07/2020 Duração: 46min

    BOOK TICKETS HERE! https://www.tickettailor.com/events/applecartliveltd/385849 The Flying Seagull Project are broadcasting a live Theatre performance to mark the end of term to give school children a proper send off into the summer holidays! We chat with Actors Sarita, Regina & Eddie and the CEO of the charity Ash Perrin. This is the story of a redundant lighthouse keeper who embarks on a highly interactive adventure involving pirates, magic, clowning and music. The Flying Seagull Spectacular will be sure to amaze, entertain and have children and even adults laughing their socks off. The show played to sold out houses before 2020 and has been adapted for live streaming with social distancing measures in place for the performers. This one off, live stream performance will give children the opportunity to have a shared experience with their classmates whether they are at home or in the classroom. E-learning resources are available for schools. All profits will go to The Flying Seagull Project and thei

  • S4 Ep12: In The Wings with Justin Williams  Henry Brennan

    S4 Ep12: In The Wings with Justin Williams & Henry Brennan

    19/06/2020 Duração: 34min

    Theatre designer Justin Williams returns to the Podcast with Musical Director Henry Brennan to talk about their new online showcase In The Wings. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2mz8SxbjGY A new series available to watch/stream for free over YouTube and social media that showcases Musicals that were cut short by the pandemic. Each episode focuses on a show with four songs and an interview. Another episode airs tonight with two more episodes scheduled for 26th June and & 3rd July. Follow them on Twitter: @Wings_2020 Previous episode with Justin: https://soundcloud.com/user-762290068/s2-ep15-justin-williams thelondontheatrepodcast.com @Ltheatrepodcast

  • S4 Ep11: Laura Harling - Lockdown Live

    S4 Ep11: Laura Harling - Lockdown Live

    11/06/2020 Duração: 35min

    Laura Harling, Artistic Director of Longfield Hall returns to the Podcast to promote Lockdown Live which starts TONIGHT! A season of live events broadcast every fortnight highlighting the very best of the venue's culture rich community. WATCH HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8eCx2Vz1OOrLBLjYlmHe2w INFO ON LONGFIELD HALL HERE: https://longfieldhall.org.uk/ thelondontheatrepodcast.com @Ltheatrepodcast

  • S4 Ep10: Womens Writes Showcase

    S4 Ep10: Women's Writes Showcase

    09/06/2020 Duração: 56min

    We're proud to host Alex Critoph and Women's Writes, a collection of short plays written, directed and acted by a company of female identifying artists. Women's Writes debuted at The Arcola Theatre and since then has grown with an increasing roster of female artists. Step into 9 different worlds of complex, intricate female characters with none of those boring archetypal forms. Featuring women who are courageous, intelligent and equally fallible. 1 ) Gunn Woman by Aine King directed by Leah Fogo and performed by Leigh Quinn 2 ) How to Make it to 30 by Avoiding any and All Danger by Morgan Drew Glasgow directed by Leah Fogo and performed by Amy Vicary Smith 3 ) The Sound of their Despair by Farah Najib directed by Zyrenka Cox and performed by Oyinka Yusuff 4) The Robin by Sophie McQuillan directed by Zyrenka Cox and performed by Simon Robinson 5) Tawaif written and performed by Srabani Sen directed by Nieta Irons 6) The Labyrinth Diet by Laura Horton directed by Alex Critoph performed by Sophie Mc

  • S4 Ep09: Radio Play - Maria Laumark

    S4 Ep09: Radio Play - Maria Laumark

    13/05/2020 Duração: 47min

    Don't Take My F*cking Avocado Written & Performed by Maria Laumark Music by Anna Oline Laumark & Anton Søndberg Grøn Sound engineer: Niels Ulbrandt With thanks to Stella von Koskull & Charlie Sloboda-Bolton. Trigger warning: Swearing and references to sexual abuse and rape. Spotlight: 7655-7864-0871 She’s sitting in the corner of her parents basement confessing all the raw and unpolished anger she is too embarrassed to say in public. The fire is burning in her and she’s ready to jump on the next train and get away from it all. But then her friend Kaya finds the tape. Forcing her to confront herself. www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @Ltheatrepodcast

  • We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 4

    We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 4

    30/04/2020 Duração: 32min

    Our final part of our new writing competition featuring three different duologues centred around relationships during lock down. The Third Date Rule by Polly Goss, performed by Conor Cook & Megan King. Space by Adam Bennett Lea Performed by Rachel Grubb & Neil Gardner A Meteoric Breakup by Ash Corristine Performed by Maria Laumark & Tom Hartwell Conor Cook https://www.spotlight.com/0454-6720-3260 Megan King https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/megan-king-1-2 Rachel Grubb https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/rachelle-grubb-1 Neil Gardner https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/neil-gardner Maria Laumark https://www.spotlight.com/7655-7864-0871 Tom Hartwell https://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/3573-1270-1581 Thank you to everyone who submitted and took part in this, stay happy and healthy everyone! www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @LDNtheatrepod

  • We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 3

    We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 3

    22/04/2020 Duração: 19min

    In response to the isolation we're currently all experiencing we have launched a new writing competition around the theme of 'We Need To Talk'. The next 3 pieces are: 1. We Need To Talk by Izzy Radford performed by Isabel Patterson https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/isabel-patterson 2. When The Curtain Came Down by Renu Arora 3. Going Viral by Nick Hayes, performed by Tom Manning https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/tom-manning www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @LDNtheatrepod

  • We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 2

    We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 2

    15/04/2020 Duração: 14min

    In response to the isolation we're currently all experiencing we have launched a new writing competition around the theme of 'We Need To Talk'. The next 3 pieces are: 1. A Poem by Neil Vicker - Performed by Conor Cook https://www.conorcook.co.uk/ 2. The Isolation Song (The Sun Still Shines) By Sam & Anna Edwin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLgMzDlLIcU 3. Swallows by Georgia Bishop - Performed by Ruth Page https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/ruth-page www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @LDNtheatrepod

  • We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 1

    We Need To Talk: Writing Showcase Part 1

    08/04/2020 Duração: 11min

    In response to the isolation we're currently all experiencing we have launched a new writing competition around the theme of 'We Need To Talk'. Our first 3 pieces are: Isolation by Ammerah Ali The Things We Used to Say by Ruchira Mandal Just me by Jennifer Sabir Links: Ruchira Madal https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOyw12Amd9dtkft7hrznvcw https://magicnmiranda.blogspot.com/ https://ruchirasrambling.wordpress.com/author/ruchirasrambling/ www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @LDNtheatrepod

  • 20/03/20 Coronavirus Updates - Episode 02

    20/03/20 Coronavirus Updates - Episode 02

    20/03/2020 Duração: 32min

    In this difficult time we're changing our programming to focus on the industries response the Coronavirus. This will include some of the latest news from articles from The Stage & phone conversations with artists. If you'd like to get in touch please email [email protected] All articles are from The Stage. https://www.thestage.co.uk/ Helpful links: The Artists Spotlight: https://www.facebook.com/groups/863023520810132/ https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ https://springboardforthearts.org/coronavirus/ www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com

  • 19/03/20 Coronavirus Updates - Episode 01

    19/03/20 Coronavirus Updates - Episode 01

    19/03/2020 Duração: 17min

    In this difficult time we're changing our programming to focus on the industries response the Coronavirus. This will include some of the latest news from articles from The Stage & phone conversations with artists. If you'd like to get in touch please email [email protected]  All articles are from The Stage.  https://www.thestage.co.uk/ Helpful links: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ https://springboardforthearts.org/coronavirus/ www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com  @LDNtheatrepod

  • S4 Ep08: Trynity Silk  Louise Goodfield - The Importance of Being Earnest?

    S4 Ep08: Trynity Silk & Louise Goodfield - The Importance of Being Earnest?

    09/03/2020 Duração: 33min

    We chat with Trynity Silk & Louise Goodfield from Say it again, sorry? who bring an interactive version of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest to The Omnibus Theatre 10th - 15th March. Tickets: https://www.omnibus-clapham.org/the-importance-of-being-earnest/

  • S4 Ep07: Crooks 1926 - Bertie Watkins

    S4 Ep07: Crooks 1926 - Bertie Watkins

    01/03/2020 Duração: 48min

    We chat with Bertie Watkins, Artistic Director of Immersive Theatre company Colab Theatre on their latest immersive offering: Crooks 1926. Operating out of the King William IV pub in Elephant and Castle until 29th March. Info & Tickets: https://www.colabtheatre.co.uk/crooks-2 www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com @LDNtheatrepod

  • S4 Ep06: Tell It Slant - Maev Mac Coille

    S4 Ep06: Tell It Slant - Maev Mac Coille

    27/02/2020 Duração: 40min

    Tickets: https://www.thehopetheatre.com/productions/tell-it-slant/ We chat with Irish Playwright/Producer Maev Mac Coille on her new play Tell it Slant, running at The Hope Theatre until 14th March. writer MAEV MAC COILLE / director ERICA MILLER 25 Feb - 14 March 7:45pm £15/12 Tues - Sat Tell all the truth, but tell it slant. Dara and Vick have a history. Dara is the veteran press officer, Vick the rookie struggling through an uncomfortable first day. They thought the most complicated thing they would be facing was their own feelings and a tricky news story about cats, but a sudden crisis changes everything. Emotions set to the side, they have no choice but to work together to deal with a raft of journalists. But how do they get the real story out when flashy lies are so much more attractive? Tell It Slant was written without specifying a gender, and the actors playing Dara and Vick will alternate roles throughout the run, showing how the story and characters change, or don’t, when one is a man and one i

  • S04 Ep05: Boys Cry - Christian Graham

    S04 Ep05: Boys Cry - Christian Graham

    19/02/2020 Duração: 39min

    Actor/Playwright Christian Graham chats with us about a rehearsed reading of 'Boys Cry' at The Park Theatre 28/02/20.  The play deals with the definitions of masculinity, Christian talks about the event that inspired the play and how he hopes to continue the discussion going forward.  More info on The Prism Project: https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/get-involved/the-prism-project  More info on the play here: https://www.facebook.com/events/871047680031898/ This episode is sponsored by The Future is Mental, currently running at The Network Theatre as part of the Vault festival until Sunday 23rd Feb.  https://vaultfestival.com/whats-on/the-future-is-mental/ www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com  @LDNtheatrepod

  • S4 Ep04: Syndrome - Jack Brett Anderson  Tina Jay

    S4 Ep04: Syndrome - Jack Brett Anderson & Tina Jay

    12/02/2020 Duração: 37min

    We chat with Director Jack Brett Anderson & Playwright Tina Jay on Syndrome which comes to The Tristan Bates Theatre 18th - 29th Feb. Four British soldiers who fought in The Gulf War struggle to return and adapt to civilian life. The play deals with the untold stories of dealing with Gulf War Syndrome. Jack and Tina also discuss their artistic partnership. Tickets: https://www.actorscentre.co.uk/theatre/syndrome/book www.thelondontheatrepodcast.com

  • S4 Ep03: Nathaniel Hall - First Time

    S4 Ep03: Nathaniel Hall - First Time

    28/01/2020 Duração: 40min

    Actor & Playwright Nathaniel Hall chats to us about First Time, an honest portrayal of living with and combating the stigma of HIV. Making it's London debut after a hugely successful Edinburgh run last year, First Time goes on to tour the UK. Catch it at The Vault Festival this week from 28th Jan - 2nd Feb. Tickets: https://vaultfestival.com/whats-on/first-time/ Recorded at Pop Hub. @LDNtheatrepod www.londontheatrepodcast.com

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