We take you behind the scenes as we chat with those that make our spectacular productions come to life.
#13 - Steven Hoggett - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Margaret Throsby in conversation with Steven Hoggett, Movement Director, on the magic of live theatre.
#14 - Michael Cassel - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Australian Executive Producer Michael Cassel in conversation with Margaret Throsby discusses the intricacies of the Melbourne production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
#12 - John Tiffany – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Award-winning Original Story Writer and Director, John Tiffany, speaks to Margaret Throsby on what makes Harry Potter work live.
#11 - Jack Thorne – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Original Story & Playwright, Jack Thorne, in conversation with Margaret Throsby on why he said yes.
#10 - Sonia Friedman & Colin Callender - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Producers Friedman & Callender, in conversation with Margaret Throsby discuss the conception of the award-winning stage production of Harry Potter.
#9 – Brigadier David Allfrey, MBE, Chief Executive and Producer – The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
In the latest episode of Front Row, we talk to Brigadier David Allfrey, Chief Executive and Producer of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo which storms into Sydney this October 2019. After 33 years in the British Army, serving with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Brigadier Allfrey turned his attention to take up the reins of chief executive and producer of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Now in his eighth year at the helm, Brigadier Allfrey is delighted to bring this unique and exhilarating live experience to Sydney for an event that he says will be bigger than ever before.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo features over 1,400 performers from around the globe in an unrivalled display before a full-size replica of Edinburgh Castle. Direct from its annual sell-out season on the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle, Scotland where it continues to boast sell-out performances to more than 220,000 people each summer, the Edinburgh Tattoo will be ready to delight Australian audiences with a limited season of only four shows, exclusively at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium.