Robin Linde Steegman - performer, presentation coach, social media enthusiast, cinnamon bun expert Founder of Robin Linde Productions and The Caravan Theatre. Some stories of the past, present and future - all under 30 minutes so we can quickly change the subject.
This is a documentation of feeling slightly overwhelmed and maybe a bit vulnerable (yes I said it). The vital moment in the 'creative process' where it's not as fun as I thought it would be, realising that, in a few days/weeks times, all will be better. In fact, this is probably the moment one can learn the most. But that doesn't necessarily make it more fun... Practising what I'd like to preach, I'm taking action and I'm sharing it. It'll all make sense one day, hopefully soon!
Preparing for the final week at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019. Kirsten Brown and I discuss our experience so far. Excited to end the last week with a bang, we might also be slightly ready to go home..
Comedians Alexandria Macleod and Isa Bonachera have many Edinburgh Experiences under their belts. I’m chatting with them about how they develop their show, what it’s like to perform in different languages and also a little bit about the sun and the moon. Day 4 at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019
The Edinburgh Experience - an audio chat with two ‘flyerers’. Dedicated to approach people on the street and linking them with a show that they will enjoy, (According to them). Selling at its best. I’m learning a little bit more about the art of ‘sealing the deal’, with a flyer.
The start of a full month of Fringe performances. I’m doing a show called OUR MUMS WOULDN’T WATCH THIS together with Kirsten Brown and Chris Sav. We each perform our 20 minute set, based on why our mums wouldn’t watch this show. In this episode we talk about some of the worst fringe venues, how to get an audience in and when to give up. (Never). The show is on till Aug 25th - 18:20 at Venue 188 (Sweet Venues)
Damien Warren-Smith is a performer and creator of Garry Starr, a physical comedy clown character and show.
We speak about the journey towards the creation of his first sell out Edinburgh run plus his future plans.
About Garry Starr Performs Everything:
Expelled from the Royal Shakespeare Company due to ‘artistic differences’, disgraced actor Garry Starr is defying his critics by performing every genre of theatre imaginable, thus saving the performing arts from inevitable extinction.
In 2009 The Nursery Theatre produced its first festival.
After nearly 10 years - this is my experience of how it started, what we created and our time inside the Arch of SE1.
Special thanks to Jules Munns, Judith Amenga and all the wonderful people we were lucky enough to work with.
The Caravan Theatre serves as a small portable venue and can seat up to 10 people at a time.
We bring various evocative, humorous, intriguing 15/20 minute plays to festivals and unexpected locations.
The portable theatre was created in 2015 and designed by Rosa Sijben.
This is the story of how it all started and what it will hopefully bring to the near future as part of an upcoming partnership with Small Truth Theatre.
A portable bundle of joy with an incredible amount of collaborators to thank.
For now, a massive credit and thank you to:
Caroline Jones at MERGE Festival, VAULT Festival, Rosa Sijben, May-Britt Boekel, Borough Market, Better Bankside, Rye Arts Festival, Second Home's Libreria, Houghton Festival, Sam Blagg, Sofi-Lee Henson, Claire Wilson, Declan Feenan, Paul Westwood, Olivia Mace, Scott Brooksbanks, Alison Arnopp, Sharon Lake, Paloma Oakenfold, Alexandria Macleod, Rebecca Banatvala, Yshani Perinpanayagam, Jinni Lyons, Helen Foster and Jonah Fazel, Helen Ryan, Maya Wasowicz, Tanroh Ishida, Sammy Kissin, Judith Amsenga, Anthony Lau, Jodi Grey, Crissy O Donovan, Brendan O’Rourke, David Kirkbride, Emma Berentsen, Annemiek van Elst, Barry Ferns, Maddy and Marina Bye, Sarah Milton Lynn Ruth Miller, Clare Murphy, Sara Barron, Tim Allsop, Claire Redcliffe, Karl Wilson, Naomi Belle and Julie Yammanee.
And many more..