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Curtain Call Theatre Podcast

The Curtain Call Theatre Podcast is the only podcast that will bring you backstage (often during a show) to place you where the drama is actually created. With access like no other podcast, we give you the opportunity to join us in the wings and the dressing rooms and feel what it's like to be part of the company.
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Now displaying: March, 2020
Mar 31, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

Each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow.  From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is actor,  Georgie Luppi

Now Georgie is just about to embark on her career in the theatre business and will be auditioning for drama schools soon, and in the meantime, she’s attending a number of workshops and is a member of the National Youth Theatre.

Mar 30, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

Each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow.  From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is actor, Bailey Harris-Kelly.

Bailey is currently at ALRA South and got in touch with us straight away when we put a call out for theatre professionals that wanted to take a virtual bow during lockdown. He’s one to not sit still, and has his own podcast out of the Theatre Cafe called “Drink the Ink”

Mar 27, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

Each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow.  From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is actor, Ed Stoppard.

You’ve seen Ed on the screen in Upstairs, Downstairs and on numerous London stages, most recently in his father’s play...that would be Sir Tom Stoppard, Leopoldstadt.

This is a much longer episode than we’ve had this week because Ed is just so funny. We talked for ages and even this is much shorter than what I could have put out.  Above all, Ed is so funny, and we all need a laugh these days. I have known Ed for years, and he’s a dear, dear friend.

Mar 26, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is Actor, performer, writer, improviser Justin Brett.

He has been on the West End Stage many times and is a member of the brilliant Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.

Bristol Improv Theatre

Showstopper! Facebook Page

 

Mar 25, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

Each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow.  From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is Singing Coach and Voice Reel Editor Dahlia Helsby 

Dahlia has had a fantastic journey, born in the UK but living in Spain and moving from acting into coaching and now voice reel editing...amongst many other things...

Mar 24, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

Each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow. From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is New York writer Thomas Vilorio.

Thomas trained in London at E15 drama school before heading back to New York city via too many places to mention here. He’s now writing, but he’s a serious multi-hyphenate.

Mar 23, 2020

In today’s climate of increasing isolation, we want to bring you a daily dose of inspiration.

In each episode, we’re giving someone in the theatre a chance to take a bow.  From seasoned professionals to drama students; vocal coaches to the life coaches; You’ll find them right here giving insights into what drives them to be in the business and who inspires them.

On today’s episode is London actress, Rebecca Humphries.

Rebecca has been on our screens in The Crown and The Agency - to name but two - and she’s always popping up on a London stage somewhere. 

Mar 17, 2020

In this episode, I am so honoured to be talking to the first producer of a little show called Fleabag (which a few of you may have heard about) - the wonderful, modest and honest Francesca Moody. She’s driven, witty, brilliantly creative, and just a joy to speak with.

When I was researching for the show, it soon became apparent that Francesca has an eye for spotting new writing, and is not afraid of the challenges that comes with. She backed Fleabag early and took it to the Edinburgh Fringe, and cut her teeth working as a producer at Paines Plough.

The latest show she produced, Baby Reindeer, has just announced its West End transfer - in co-production with Sonia Friedman, followed by a New York transfer.

Links

Francesca Moody Productions Website

Curtain Call Website

 

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@nopressurepodcast

@curtaincall

@francescamoodyproductions

 

Mar 17, 2020

In this episode, I am so honoured to be talking to the first producer of a little show called Fleabag (which a few of you may have heard about) - the wonderful, modest and honest Francesca Moody. She’s driven, witty, brilliantly creative, and just a joy to speak with.

When I was researching for the show, it soon became apparent that Francesca has an eye for spotting new writing, and is not afraid of the challenges that comes with. She backed Fleabag early and took it to the Edinburgh Fringe, and cut her teeth working as a producer at Paines Plough.

The latest show she produced, Baby Reindeer, has just announced its West End transfer - in co-production with Sonia Friedman, followed by a New York transfer.

Links

Francesca Moody Productions Website

Curtain Call Website

 

Social Handles

@nopressurepodcast

@curtaincall

@francescamoodyproductions

 

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