Everyone Theatre Ep 8 - David Jubb

9Jul

everyone theatre is a series of interviews with leading theatre practitioners in London. It’s their chance to make the case for getting into theatre, on either side of the curtain.

This podcast series aims to look for ways to involve more and more people in theatre, either as audiences or practitioners. This week, we were able to speak to David Jubb, who is the Artistic Director of the Battersea Arts Centre, one of the most exciting venues in the London scene. Hear him talk about why you should never believe people who try to "tell you what theatre is", what the Battersea Arts Centre sees as the Future of theatres, and why you should talk to your local MP about the importance of local theatres.

Listen to the podcast using the player below, subscript to the series on iTunes, or read through the transcript below. Please feel free to leave comments at the bottom of the page!

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Everyone Theatre Ep 7 - Daniel Goldman

20Jun

everyone theatre is a series of interviews with leading theatre practitioners in London. It’s their chance to make the case for getting into theatre, on either side of the curtain.

This podcast series aims to look for ways to involve more and more people in theatre, either as audiences or practitioners. This week, we were able to speak to Daniel Goldman, founder of Tangram Theatre company and organiser of the CASA Latin American Theatre festival, which takes place in London and hosts leading companies from South and Central America in their native language.

Listen to the podcast using the player below, subscript to the series on iTunes, or read through the transcript below. Please feel free to leave comments at the bottom of the page!

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Everyone Theatre Ep 5 - Miriam O’Keeffe

2Jun

Sticking with our theme of interviewing a whole host of different people, this week we are delighted to publish an interview with Miriam O’Keeffe, the Director of the BBC Performing Arts Fund. This year, the Fund has launched a series of schemes with a focus on theatre, and they are currently accepting applications for their Theatre Fellowships programme – for more information on this check out their guest blog here. In this wonderful episode, Miriam talks to us about the fantastic work that the fund does to engage and support emerging artists, and she gives out some advice on how to get your hands on up to £10,000 of grant funding.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 5 - Tom Copley

16May

This week’s everyone theatre interview is a little bit different. With all due respect, Tom Copley, a London-wide London Assembly Member for the Labour Group in City Hall, is not really a ‘leading theatre practitioner’! However, Tom is running a GLA investigation into the challenges faced by small theatres in London and has a strong personal interest in theatre. Tom has actually guest blogged for us in the past about his investigation, but he very kindly took some time out from his politician’s schedule to chat with us about why he loves theatre, and why small theatres in London are so important to him. Naturally, his hugely important investigation is also discussed.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 4 - Marianne Dicker

29Apr

Marianne Dicker is an Assistant Producer for the National Theatre. The publically funded NT has been behind some of the best and most exciting productions that we have ever seen. Not only do they have several shows on at any one time in their famous Grade II listed building on the Southbank, but they also currently have three shows playing to packed out auditoriums in the West End. Marianne has recently been producing shows for their new temporary venue, The Shed. The current show in this space, Table, has just met with our huge approval and gained a rare five star review.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 3 - Jasmine Cullingford

14Apr

Jasmine Cullingford is the current Artistic Director of the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell. She worked at the Orange Tree Theatre and the Theatre Royal Stratford East before she rose through the ranks of the Blue Elephant Theatre to eventually become the Artistic Director in 2009. The Blue Elephant is one of London’s best kept secrets – it is the only theatre in Camberwell, and it boasts an eclectic programme of theatre, dance, art and other cultural events.
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Everyone Theatre Ep 2 - Paterson Joseph

31Mar

Paterson Joseph has played leading roles in the major producing theatres throughout the UK, including the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Exchange Theatre and has won London Fringe and TMA Best Actor awards.

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Everyone Theatre Ep 1 - Blanche McIntyre

10Mar

Blanche McIntyre became the next big name in theatre when she bagged the award for Most Promising Newcomer at the 2011 Critics Circle Awards for her direction of Accolade and Foxfinder at the Finborough Theatre. For those that were unfortunate enough to miss those shows, then we suggest you click on the two links above to see what all the fuss was about – a string of excellent four and five star reviews put Blanche firmly on the theatrical map

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Podcast: An Interview with Co-Opera Co.

12Aug

A Podcast Interview with Kate Flowers, Artistic Director, Co-Opera Co.

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Everything Fringe: Finborough Theatre

28Jun

Our sincere thanks go to Neil for taking time out of an incredibly busy schedule to speak to us in this final Everything Fringe Initiative Blogcast.

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