11 episodes

Recorded in their dressing rooms at the Garrick Theatre, comic Ross Noble and actor Hadley Fraser chat musicals, audience members, and give the inside scoop on the current production of Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.

Produced by Seamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

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Recorded in their dressing rooms at the Garrick Theatre, comic Ross Noble and actor Hadley Fraser chat musicals, audience members, and give the inside scoop on the current production of Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.

Produced by Seamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    Episode Ten

    Episode Ten

    Recorded just before Ross's final Young Frankenstein show, it's the final episode in the series. Ross & Hadley discuss the end of phase one of Ross's transition to song and dance man, Ross gives an update on his first boss Cornelius Cliff, and they exchange gifts with one another. Plus, they're back on the phone with the legend that is Mel Brooks, the man responsible for this whole journey.

    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.

    Edited by Jack Bushell. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 41 min
    Episode Nine

    Episode Nine

    Ross Noble and Hadley Fraser return for the penultimate episode of the series. They chat Ross’s time in Young Frankenstein coming to an end, try some cough sweets Hadley’s been given at stage door, and the Musical of the Week is The Witches of Eastwick, which starred Ian McShane in the West End. 

    PLUS, the boys are joined on the phone for the first part of a very special interview with the one and only Mel Brooks, creator of Young Frankenstein. Subscribe now to be the first to hear Part Two in next week’s Episode Ten.

    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.

    Edited by Ben Tulloh. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 59 min
    Episode Eight

    Episode Eight

    It's Episode Eight, and Ross is back in the theatre (in the past!). He tells all about nearly soiling himself mid-show, he and Hadley Fraser reveal all about the Garrick Theatre's 'Seat of Death', and they're joined by Nic Greenshields, who plays Young Frankenstein's Monster. 

    Subscribe and rate/comment on Audioboom & iTunes, and stay tuned: in Episode Nine you'll hear an interview with the one & only Mel Brooks!

    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.

    Edited by Jack Bushell. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 51 min
    Episode Seven

    Episode Seven

    Ross and Hadley celebrate Valentine's Day by discussing a ruckus at a performance of Bananaman The Musical, Hadley confesses to performing on autopilot, and the boys take some questions from Twitter. Plus, the Musical of the Week is Alan Jay Lerner's On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.
    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.
    Edited by Ben Tulloh. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 54 min
    Episode Six

    Episode Six

    Ross and Hadley are back in the dressing room for Episode 6, recorded in between a matinee and evening show. They chat royal theatre visits, Japan’s favourite foodstuffs, and Ross’s latest vocal warm-up. The Musical of the Week is Merlin, starring illusionist Doug Henning, and the boys are joined by Summer Strallen, who stars in Young Frankenstein as Inga the lab assistant.

    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.

    Edited by Jack Bushell. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 47 min
    Episode Five

    Episode Five

    Ross and Hadley reveal what it’s like to be scolded in the dreaded show reports, share stories of sneaking away for naps in rehearsals, and name and shame an audience member who slept through 90% of Young Frankenstein. The Musical of the Week is Leslie Bricusse’s Doctor Dolittle, plus they’re joined by showbiz legend Lesley Joseph to discuss meeting Mel Brooks for the first time and how they all hate auditions.
    Produced by Séamus Murphy-Mitchell & Owen Donovan for Burning Bright Productions in association with PBJ Management.
    Edited by Ben Tulloh. Illustration by Ollie Mann.

    • 1 hr 6 min

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