Adlib is a theatre and arts podcast for creatives in or entering the industry - or anyone else who’s interested! We talk to professionals in various roles across the industry about career paths, tips and tricks, and anecdotes. Launched at York Theatre Royal in 2019, Adlib is now produced independently by Henry Longstaff and Jessy Roberts.
Joe Willis | Writer
Joe Willis joins Henry and Jessy this week to have an open and honest conversation about life as an emerging writer across stage and screen.
Arts Council England
Ever wondered what the Arts Council actually does? Wonder no more! We chat to director of theatre, Neil Darlison about the history of ACE, its relationship with the UK government as well as its response to the global pandemic. There are also some tips for those looking to apply for ACE funding.
Beth Sitek | Freelance Producer
Beth joins Henry and Jessy on the podcast to talk about life as a freelance theatre producer and the role she played in the freelance Taskforce during the first COVID-19 lockdown in the UK. She also tells the story of how her drag king persona came about.
Nick Hern Books | Theatre Publisher
Matt and Siân, of the theatre publisher Nick Hern Books join Henry and Jessy to chat about how plays become printed books, as well as the world of amateur play rights and tips for aspiring playwrights.
Oscar Conlon-Morrey | Actor
Launching the newly independent Adlib Podcast, we have the wonderful Oscar Conlon-Morrey, star of Only Fools and Horses, The Toxic Avenger and Nativity the Musical!
Oscar discusses drama school, social media and how he is sharing positivity in the face of the global pandemic.
Trailer | The New Adlib
We are back! New season launching Friday 4th December 2020.
Find out more on our website.
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An interesting insight into the industry
A great first episode ! I learned so much about the industry that I had no idea about it. Any fans of Mischief Theatre will love this episode. Even if you’re not, it’s so interesting to hear the ins and outs of working on the West End and Broadway.