Interview With…James Grieve

We chatted to James about returning to Theatr Clwyd to direct For the Grace of You Go I. Hi James, could you explain more about what Alan Harris’ For the Grace of You Go I is about? It follows the story of Jim who has a condition called Depersonalisation Disorder which makes him feel like… Read More

Interview With…Sarah Kameela Impey

We chatted to Sarah about starring in The Three Musketeers – attempted by FoolHardy. Hi Sarah – what can we expect from this production of The Three Musketeers? Frollicking, farce and fun. How did you become involved with this production? My incredible mate from drama school, Sydney Stevenson’s parents met doing this play many years… Read More

Interview With…John Owen-Jones

We chatted to the actor about marking his 50th Birthday with a concert at the Cadogan Hall and his new podcast. Hi John, first of all – I hope you had a wonderful birthday! How did you celebrate? Considering what’s going on in the world it ended up being a fairly quiet celebration at home with… Read More

Interview With…Antonia Georgieva and Oliver McFadden

Antonia Georgieva and Oliver McFadden are the co-writers and co-directors of Echo/Chamber –Aslant Theatre Company’s digital Brighton Fringe debut. Could you tell me a bit more about Echo/Chamber? OM: Echo/Chamber is one of those shows you talk about one day making. Antonia and I hadbeen seriously thinking about adapting The Bacchae for ages before the… Read More

Interview With…Hannah Fielding

We chatted to the author about her latest novel Song of the Nile. Could you tell me more about what Song of the Nile is about? Luxor, 1946. When young nurse Aida El Masri returns from war-torn London to her family’s estate in Egypt, she steels herself to face the challenges ahead. Eight years have… Read More

Interview With…Jordan Mifsud

The actor chatted to us about starring in Shaw Shorts at the Orange Tree Theatre. Hi Jordan thanks for talking to me. Could you tell me a bit more about the plays being performed as part of Shaw Shorts? Shaw Shorts is a double-bill of short George Bernard Shaw plays that is reopening the Orange… Read More

Interview With…Tonderai Munyeva

We chatted to Tonderai about the world premiere of Mugabe, My Dad and Me which has been released via Audible. Hi Tonderai, could you explain a bit more about Mugabe, My Dad and Me is about? Mugabe, my dad and me is story about Zimbabwe told through three characters: my father, Mr Mugabe and Me.… Read More

Interview With…Marika McKennell

We chatted to the playwright about her audio play Cunch which is being made available as part of the Written on the Waves project. Hi Marika, could you explain what ‘Cunch’ is about? CUNCH, is a slang word for County Lines – using children to transport and sell drugs from cities to rural areas –… Read More

Interview With…Francesca Amewudah- Rivers

We chatted to The Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund winning actress about taking on the role of Othello in the National Youth Theatre’s production, touring from the 25th May. Hi Francesca – congratulations on being one of the winners of The Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund – how do you feel? Crazy.  I still haven’t processed… Read More

Interview With…Wayne Steven Jackson

We chatted to Wayne Steven Jackson about bringing his show From Me To Us to the Battersea Arts Centre, available to watch from the 10th to the 16th May. Could you tell me a bit more about what From Me to Us is about?  From Me To Us is an autobiographical digital performance that documents a recent change… Read More