In this week's episode we chat with producer Danielle Tarrento about the charity single, 'Make Them Hear You', remembering George Floyd and also the winners of The Song for Our Time competition. We then catch up with an original Queen from the musical, Six, Christina Modestou and finally we chat with West End leading lady, Alice Fearn who has just finished playing Elphaba in Wicked. She tells us about the London production of Come From Away and her online concerts from her back garden, Intermissions.
In this episode we chat to Oliver Tompsett who is currently playing William Shakespeare in & Juliet at London's Shafstbury Theatre.
We also chat about Come From Away's first Birthday in the West End and their cast change, the London revival of The Last Five Years playing at the Southwark Playhouse and City of Angels that's currently in previews at the Garrick Theatre in the West End.
We finish up by chatting about this year's Olivier Award Nomination and our (very rough) predictions as to who might be taking home an award.
On Sunday, we headed to the Prince of Wales Theatre in London's West End for this year's WhatsOnStage Awards. We chatted with the red carpet arrivals and also some of the winners afterwards.
Interviews include: & Juliet; Come From Away; Liam Tamne from Prince of Egypt; UK Drag Race star, Vinegar Strokes; Danny Mac and Aimee Atkinson from Pretty Woman; composer George Styles; Marisha Wallace from Waitress; Fay Tozer from Steps, T'Shan Williams and Miriam-Teak Lee.
This week we chat with Thriller Live! Director and author of My Life With Michael, director and choreographer, Gary Lloyd. We also have another of our fortnightly features, 'Shenton Says' where we chat with renowned theatre critic, Mark Shenton.
This week we chatted with Steve Brinberg about his cabaret show, Simply Barbra that's coming to London's Crazy Cons. We also chatted with Mark Shenton for the first in our new fortnightly series, Shenton Says.
We're back in the studio after our summer break, well Paul is, Maureen is in the USA, but they're on air together. We chat with Trudi Camilleri about the London production of Michael John LaChuisa's, Queen of the Mist and composer/lyricist, Eddie Perfect about the Broadway production of Beetlejuice the Musical. All that and your favourites from the stage and screen. It's good to be back.
This week we chatted with Tryone Huntley about the London Premiere of The View Upstairs and JoAnn M Hunter about choreographing the new London Revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
This week we chat with TV and stage stage, Harriet Thorpe, about the UK revival of Mame at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester as well as stage and screen star, Jason Kravitz, about Off The Top! at London's Crazy Coqs.
In this special extra podcast, you can listen to our interviews from this year's inaugural West End Flea Market, with interviews from Christopher Biggins, Wayne Sleep, Celia Imri, Su Pollard, Hayley Mills, Wendi Peters, Harriet Thorpe, Tarrin Callendar, Tom Read Wilson and more! All in aid of Acting For Others.
This week we chatted to Broadway's Seth Rudetsky; Sir Trevor Nunn and Andy Nyman about the London transfer of Fiddler on the Roof and Choreographer, Warren Carlyle about the Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate and more.
This week we caught up with all our interviews from the Red Carpet and Press Room from this year's WhatsOnStage Awards at the Prince of Wales theatre in London. All that and your favourites from the stage and screen.
This very special podcast talks with the cast, creatives and real people whose story is told in the award-winning musical, Come From Away.
We chat with writers, Irene Sankoff and David Hein; cast members Jonathan Andrew Hume, Rachel Hunter, Emma Salvo and David Shannon; Islanders Beulah Cooper, Janice Goudie and Brian Mosher; and Come From Aways Kevin Jung and Kevin Tuerff.
We catch up with Judy Kuhn and find out what she's been up to since we last chatted, about her role in the Menier Chocolate Factory Revival of Fiddler on the Roof and her London concert with the fabulous Seth Rudetsky.
We catch up with West End star, Matthew Croke, to talk about his debut solo album, Only Dreaming, as well as playing the title role in Disney's Aladdin. We get a listen to a track from his new album, too!
In this very special podcast, we're on the Red Carpet at this year's Stage Debut Awards. We chatted with the musical theatre presenters, nominees and winners, including Adrienne Warren, Louis Gaunt, Jodie Prenger, Will Carey, Mark Shenton, Eleanor Kane, Eleanore Kane, Miriam Teak-Lee, Gus Gowland, Amara Okereke and Broadway Legend, Kelli O'Hara.
On this week's packed show we chatted with Jodie Jacobs about Unexpected Joy at Southwark Playhouse, Bonnie Milligan about Broadway's Head Over Heels and Simon Greiff about NYMT's Imaginary along with the first play of an exclusive track from the show!
We were lucky enough to catch up with four-time Tony-nominee and the singing voice of Pocahontas, Judy Kuhn in Provincetown earlier this month. She talked about her life and career from what inspired her to become an actress, about being a Disney Princess and the ground breaking Fun Home on Broadway.
We went to the West End Bake Off and had a brilliant time! So many shows making fabulous bakes (no soggy bottoms in sight) and £9500 raised for Acting For Others.
Here are our interviews with judges Ruthie Henshall and Christopher Biggins as well as Cuba Gooding Jr., the casts of Hamilton, Chicago, The Lion King, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Bat Out Of Hell, Phantom of the Opera, Strictly Ballroom, Les Miserables, 42nd Street, Mamma Mia and Young Frankenstein.
On this week's show, Maureen was away so Pippa Winslow came into the studio. We chatted with Barb Jungr about her new musical, Liver Birds Flying Home and Gus Gowland about his new musical Pieces of String.
This is an extra special podcast because we've got tracks from BOTH the shows, too!
On this week's show we chatted with Nadim Naaman about his new musical, Broken Wings. We also caught up with Amy Lennox to talk about her new cabaret with Summer Strallen, Lennox and Strallen at Pizza Express Holborn.
This week Maureen was away, so Natalie Moore Williams was in the studio. We chatted with Jonathan O'Boyle about the London transfer of Pippin to the Southwark Playhouse and Oliver Boito about his new EP, Notes of Love.
This week we chat with Eva Noblezada, straight from her Tony Nominated performance as Kim in the Broadway Revival of Miss Saigon. We also chat with Montego Glover about creating the role of Felicia Farrell in the Broadway production of Memphis and the Chicago production of Hamilton.