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Podcast by Narativ London

    ORIGINAL#9: Adebayo Bolaji | Artist | Actor

    ORIGINAL#9: Adebayo Bolaji | Artist | Actor

    Adé talks with Dan and Jane about how his background in theatre informs his creativity as a visual artist. It teaches you to show up.

    "Serving the play, leaves your own issues at the door. Sometimes over thinking something can get in the way. Just show up."

    @AdebayoBolaji

    More info about Adé
    https://www.herts.ac.uk/uhbow/whats-on/2021/spring-summer/in-pursuit-of-flow

    Adé has an exhibition at the University of Hertfordshire in October
    Art & Design Gallery,
    University of Hertfordshire,
    College Lane Campus,
    Hatfield, AL10 9AB
    Digital exhibition available at www.uharts.co.uk

    • 1 hr 9 min
    ORIGINAL#7: Elizabeth Yng-Wong | Filmmaker | Writer | Producer | Editor

    ORIGINAL#7: Elizabeth Yng-Wong | Filmmaker | Writer | Producer | Editor

    Filmmaker Elizabeth Yng-Wong talks to Dan and Jane about how she came to telling her stories through film and together they discover storytelling through time travel.

    They discuss the importance of how our name connects to our origin and identity: Elizabeth's English grandmother called her Mei Ling and she is claiming that name again now.

    Elizabeth takes us from teaching in Hawaii to Siberia to studying film at USC in Los Angeles. She learnt along the way that telling stories with film and theatre is universal - and she wanted to be part of that.

    She describes growing up in America with mixed heritage, going blonde and the importance of the skills and process of the under-appreciated film editor.

    @missyngpictures
    www.missyng.com
    www.imdb.com/name/nm2392258/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

    Elizabeth's reel
    www.vimeo.com/572802312

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Have You Heard?

    Have You Heard?

    Narativ #Original Stories: Dan and Jane talk about the extraordinary artists they have spoken to, and how their personal stories show up in their work.

    Find all the #ORIGINAL podcasts here on SoundCloud and everywhere you get your podcasts.

    Karen Fisch - drag king and activist
    www.karenfisch.co.uk

    Olivia Hurst - playwright and actress
    @oliviajhirst

    Sam Adams - actress and drama therapist
    www.soundcloud.com/narativlondon/original-3-sam-adams-storyteller-drama-therapist

    Chris Nash - dance photographer
    www.chrisnashphoto.com

    Sandra Boom - genderqueer performer, experimental artist and model
    www.sandraboom.com

    JP Hevey - stylist, actor, presenter, voiceover artist and drama coach
    www.effortmade.com

    Dipti Bramhandkar - playwright, performer and screenwriter
    @superdiptiwrites

    • 29 min
    ORIGINAL#8: Dipti Bramhandkar | Playwright | Performer | Screenwriter

    ORIGINAL#8: Dipti Bramhandkar | Playwright | Performer | Screenwriter

    Dipti Bramhandkar thought her diary was the only place she would write until she delved into her personal stories at a Narativ Workshop. She shares that revelation and other stories in creating words that actors could perform in a play.
    Since then her first play, The Accident, won Best Drama at the Frigid Festival. She was the playwright-in-residence at Guild Hall in 2019. She performed her autobiographical solo show, American Rookie at Luna Stage in New York and her play Islands of Contentment was produced at The LAByrinth Theater’s Barn Series.

    She is developing a new play titled Feet in the Forest Leave No Mark with actors (and Narativ directors) Dan Milne and Jane Nash.

    • 48 min
    ORIGINAL #6: JP Hevey | Stylist | Actor | Presenter | Voice Over Artist | Drama Coach

    ORIGINAL #6: JP Hevey | Stylist | Actor | Presenter | Voice Over Artist | Drama Coach

    JP Hevey has always loved dressing up. Something he inherited from his stylish parents growing up in Liverpool. He began his creative career as an actor in the West End but discovered that his day job, stylist at Miss Selfridge on Oxford Street, was his real passion. He's turned that passion into his business EffortMade.com and styles celebrities, fashion shoots and presents on TV.

    In this podcast he talks to Dan and Jane about his early life and career and what he's learned about the psychology of clothing from how we present ourselves and, whether we are aware or not, the importance of clothing and fashion in all our lives.

    He has found his passion in helping people find clothes to express their true selves, and is a voice over artist, drama coach and TV presenter.

    effortmade.com
    @effortmade
    @thepensionista
    dramaskills.com

    • 1 hr 7 min
    ORIGINAL#5: Sandra Boom | Genderqueer Performer | Experimental Artist | Model

    ORIGINAL#5: Sandra Boom | Genderqueer Performer | Experimental Artist | Model

    Sandra Boom is a London-based genderqueer performer, experimental artist and model. Her pronouns are they/them, she/her and she is from the Carnival capital of Greece: Patras.

    In this podcast Sandra talks about growing up in a place that celebrates the history of Dionysus and the beginnings of theatre. This leads to her ORIGIN story as a performer, model and experimental artist where she recognises the permission she was given as a young child to dress up every year at carnival and become someone - or something - else.

    For more about Sandra's work and some fantastic images go to her website https://sandraboom.com

    And her socials
    @sandralaboom

    Sandra is also an astrologer and has her own podcast Boom In The Stars - check it out
    @boominthestars

    • 1 hr 10 min

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