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Best Chichester Festival Theatre podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Chichester Festival Theatre podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to the Chichester Festival Theatre Podcast, hosted by George Bailey. We'll be chatting about everything CFT related, featuring interviews with famous creatives as well as the staff who create the magic both onstage and off. Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people.
 
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Welcome to this audio introduction to Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of Beauty and the Beast. The book is by Anna Ledwich with music and lyrics by Richard Taylor. Please note that the video does not have audio description, but these introductory descriptive notes help to set the scene for blind and partially sighted audiences.This audio i…
 
Multi-award winning author, poet, playwright and librettist Michael Morpurgo, and British actress, author and campaigner Virginia McKenna, talk to Kate Mosse and share extracts from one of Michael’s favourite books, The Butterfly Lion.Recorded in The Spiegeltent, Tuesday 15 October 2019By Chichester Festival Theatre
 
Welcome to this audio introduction to Chichester Festival Theatre’s streamed production of The Midnight Gang. It’s been adapted from David Walliam’s book by Bryony Lavery. Music and lyrics are by Joe Stilgoe. The director is Dale Rooks. Please note that the video does not have audio description, but these introductory descriptive notes help to set …
 
Welcome to this audio introduction to Chichester Festival Theatre’s streamed production of Flowers for Mrs Harris. It’s been adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel by Rachel Wagstaff with music & lyrics by Richard Taylor, directed by Daniel Evans. These introductory descriptive notes help to set the scene for blind and partially sighted audiences.…
 
Welcome to the Chichester Festival Theatre Podcast, hosted by George Bailey. We'll be discussing everything CFT related from Festival 2018, to the history, from famous creatives to the backstage crew and beyond. Sit back, relax and enjoy what we've got in store for you.By Chichester Festival Theatre
 
In this episode, we speak to Daniel Hill (director) and David Lewington (Music and Sound Designer)of Crossing Lines by Anna Ledwich, our Chichester Festival Youth Theatre promenade production for Festival 2019. Crossing Lines runs 17 - 24 August.Recorded at Chichester Rugby Club.Music by Ted HayesBy Chichester Festival Theatre
 
In this episode, we speak to Bronté Barbé, Isaac Gryn and Emmanuel Kojo, who are all in the summer centrepiece of Festival 2019, Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, which runs in the Festival Theatre until 7 September 2019.Recorded at Chichester Festival TheatreMusic: Chichester Festival Theatre Production of Oklahoma! 2019…
 
An exclusive recording of Hadley Fraser singing 'Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes', accompanied by Debbie Wiseman. Hadley Fraser plays Freddie Page in the Festival 2019 production of The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan and Debbie Wiseman composed the music. Please note this version does not feature in the production.…
 
Tapestries was a 10 week collaboration between Chichester Festival Theatre and the clients of Stonepillow Hostel, Chichester.Over the course of the project, eight clients participated in writing or recording sessions to create a radio play. The piece is a collection of stories and memories centred around the themes of the past, present and future t…
 
In this special episode in front of a live studio audience, we speak to Executive Director Kathy Bourne, Hugh Bonneville, Clare Burt, Rachel Lumberg, Scott Folan and Kirsty MacLaren from This Is My Family about a number of topics suggested by Prologue members aged 16-25.This was one of our FREE events for Prologue members in the Festival 2019 seaso…
 
In this episode, we chat to some of our Prologue ambassadors about Festival 2019 and Prologue itself - our scheme for 16-25 year olds to get £5 tickets to all of our productions. Prologue members also have access to exclusive events, and it's free to sign up! ​Recorded at Chichester Festival Theatre.Music by Ted Hayes…
 
In this episode, hear all about Chichester Festival Youth Theatre, the largest youth theatre in the UK with over 800 members engaged in weekly sessions across West Sussex. We caught up with Lauren Grant (Deputy Director of Learning, Education and Participation), Poppy Marples (Senior Youth Theatre Officer) and Mia Cunningham-Stockdale (Youth Theatr…
 
In this episode, we're discussing Chichester Festival Youth Theatre's Christmas production of Sleeping Beauty, which runs in the Festival Theatre from 15 - 30 December 2018. Hear Rufus Norris, the writer and now director of the National Theatre speak about his adaptation of the original story, along with the director of our production Lucy Betts wh…
 
In this episode, we speak to Community and Heritage Officer Anna Mould all about the history and heritage of Chichester Festival Theatre, and how looking back into the foundations is incredibly important to understand how we've got here.Recorded at Chichester Festival Theatre. Music by Ted Hayes.By Chichester Festival Theatre
 
In this episode, we speak to Artistic Director Daniel Evans and Executive Director Rachel Tackley about their highly anticipated Festival 2018 season, followed by live staff reactions and thoughts to the announcement.Recorded at Chichester Festival Theatre.Music by Ted HayesBy Chichester Festival Theatre
 
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