The theatre and arts podcast helping creatives enter the industry. Launched at York Theatre Royal and now standing on it's own legs. We share stories and advice from professionals across the sector for your ears.
During the Interval with She Productions
With theatres still closed Henry and Jessy chat to Annie Kirkman, Jessica Duffield and Alice Palmer of East Yorkshire based She Productions. Hear how they created their female led company which puts on work by women, about women and for everybody. For more information about their work and their festival SheFest follow their social media @ProductionsShe (twitter) or go to their website www.sheproductions.co.uk
During the Interval with Emma Rice | Wise Children
Award-winning director and writer Emma Rice chats with Henry and Jessy about her career and her company, Wise Children. Though the current worldwide situation is tough, Emma shares how her work is always led by hope.
During the Interval with Nancy Zamit | Mischief Theatre
We are back again to try and create something positive during this difficult time. Henry and Jessy are this time joined on Skype, because of social distancing of course, by Nancy Zamit from Mischief Theatre known for The Play That Goes Wrong and their hit BBC show The Goes Wrong Show. Hear what it was like creating their hilarious shows, being part of the cast and what flavour ice cream we all like. Serious content.
During the Interval with Bea Udale-Smith | Pigfoot Theatre
Here at Adlib we decided that we didn’t want to spend the next few weeks and months waiting for theatre to resume, so instead we will be recording and sharing episodes to help understand how the Covid-19 outbreak is affecting the arts industry. First off we are joined by Bea Udale-Smith of environmental Theatre Company Pigfoot.
Six The Musical with Harriet Watson
Harriet Watson, current alternate in the touring cast of the hit-musical Six, shares what it is like to be a Queen on the road, being part of the Queendom as well as highlighting the importance of swings, understudies and alternates in the theatre industry.
Britney (not that one) with Charly Clive
Britney Comedy was born from two best friends and a brain tumour called Britney. Hear the story from Charly Clive, one half of the comedy duo, from its initial conception at the Edinburgh Fringe to it now being transformed into a television series. This really is such a fascinating story and has allowed both Charly and Ellen to forge a career for themselves in the creative industry. Find out more at www.britneycomedy.co.uk
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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.