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The IN SITU Podcast is a series of conversations bringing together the IN SITU community to discuss the realities, trends and challenges of art in public space at the European scale. The IN SITU podcast carries the voices of the IN SITU's project : (UN)COMMON SPACES, gathering 18 partners from 13 countries, 16 associate artists ad various associate citizens from 2020 to 2024. Each episode will gather associate artists, partners and associate citizens to tackle one of the 6 Narratives’ themes ...
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Siblings and theatre enthusiasts Alice and Oscar review a wide range of London theatre, and create delicious cocktails inspired by the shows featured in each episode. As well as reviews there's also top-tips on upcoming shows to look out for and all your ticket buy questions answered; where to seat for the best view, and how to grab a bargain! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Paths of Glory Podcast

Paths of Glory Podcast

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Paths of Glory; or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Shlock is a weekly podcast hosted by Zack Long and Andrea “Danger” Gigeroff. Each episode, they talk about about two films that are related, however tentative that relation may be. Andrea Gigeroff is a science student and movie enthusiast from Halifax, NS. She likes sci-fi novels, horror movies, snakes, and long romantic walks to the liqour store. In addition to Paths of Glory, she sporadically writes horror and science fiction f ...
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We’re here to talk about all aspects of film, good or bad, from the perspective of wannabe filmmakers. Every episode we’ll dig into a movie, a performer, a director, or whatever, in an attempt to unpack themes, rank favorites, and discuss successes and failures. The goal in part, as amateur filmmakers, is to walk away with a lesson about the medium in each episode. Find all our social media at hallkonmedia.com
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We review the UK Premier of the Broadway rock-musical Passing Strange, at The Young Vic Theatre. We review Jez Butterworth's latest play, The Hills of California, directed by Sam Mendez. We review one of our favourite modern ballets, Scottish Ballet's A Streetcar Named Desire at Sadlers Wells. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
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In episode 104 we review three new plays currently running in London; Sarah Gordon's new play, Underdog: The Other Other Bronte at The National's Dorfman Theatre; Richard Jone's production of Sophie Treadwell's seminal Machinal at The Old Vic; and Nye, a new play about the birth of the National Health Service, staged at The National Theatre, and st…
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We review three new West End musicals; Sister Act, with music by Alan Menkin and starring Beverly Knight; MJ the Musical, directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon and starring Miles Frost who reprises his Tony Award winning performance as Michael Jackson; and finally, Ivo Van Hove's new production, Opening Night, with music by Rufus Wainw…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 6 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Zineb Benzekri - La Zankà, Associate Artist of Lieux Publics (FR) > The partner Jay Wahl, Executive director of the Flynn Center (USA) > Bruno Costa, Associate partner and Director of Bússola (PT), Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosting : Jeanne Robet Graphic studio …
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We review three new London musicals in Episode 102 of Theater Club Podcast. Standing at the Sky's Edge which has transferred from The National Theater to The Gillian Lynne in the West End; Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical at The Other Palace; and Police Cops The Musical at Southwark Playhouse Elephant. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by…
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In our 100th episode of the podcast we start 2024 by reviewing a new production of Sondheim's Pacific Overtures at The Menier Chocolate Factory, and a new Ballet production based on Federico Fellini’s 1954 film La Strada, produced by and staring Alina Cojocaru at Sadlers Welles. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed …
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In our final episode of 2023 we look back at our favourite shows of the year and ahead to whats coming to the stage in early 2024. We also review Matthew Bourne's ballet, Edward Scissorhands. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 5 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Tora Balslev, Emerging Artist of Metropolis/KIT (DK) > The partner James Moore, Curator-producer of Østfold International Theater (NO) > Andreas Goritschnig, Architect and cultural transformation designer and the Associate Citizen of La Strada Festival (AU) Credits Produced b…
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We two new shows to review as well as one that has been running in London for many many years, but it's a first time seeing it for one of us! First up we have the National Theatre's new musical of Roald Dahl's The Witches, directed by Lyndsey Turner with book and lyrics by Lucy Kirkwood, music and lyrics by Dave Malloy. Next is our review of Cold W…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 4 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Donika Rudi, Associate artist of ODA Teatri (KO) > the partner Daniel Brine, Artistic Director of Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK) > the Associate citizen, JJ Tatten, Chief executive officer at The Warren project Hull (UK) Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosting : Jean…
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In this episode we review Jamie Lloyd's bold new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Sunset Blvd. starring Nicole Scherzinger. We also saw the latest work from The BalletBoyz, England on Fire, at Sadlers Wells. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License Hosted on Acast. See acast.com…
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Rare earths are to the 21st century what coal was to the 19th and oil to the 20th. Our everyday electronics - and Europe's climate goals - depend on them. But China controls almost all supply chains. Can Europe free itself from this dependence? Reporters Eurydice Bersi and Attila Kálmán discuss the findings of our latest investigation, in conversat…
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In Episode 96 we review a musical, and play and a ballet. We went to see Theatre Club FAVE, Jenna Russell, in the new production of Flowers For Mrs Harris at The River Side Studios; We have our second review of James Graham's play Dear England, about Gareth Southgate captaining the England squad, now that it has transfer into the West End after a s…
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In episode 95 we review a bitingly satirical new play recently opened at The Young Vic, untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon play; and Susan Stoman's classic Broadway musical, Crazy For You, starring Charlie Stemp. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for mo…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 4 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Abigail from 600 Highwaymen, Associate artist of the Flynn Center (US) > the partner Florent Mehmeti, Director of ODA Teatri (KO) > the Associate citizen of Scène Nationale de l'Essonne (FR), Lucile Jauffret, project manager at Ethnofonik Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing a…
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We review the new production of musical La Cage aux Folles at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, The Sound of Music at Chichester Festival Theatre, and Alice has been to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time and gives her round-up of the best shows she saw. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Att…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 2 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Matt Adams, Associate artist of Norfolk & Norwich Festival (UK) > the partner Fanni Nanay, Founder of Artopolis Association & Artistic Director of PLACCC Festival (HU) > the Associate citizen of Lieux Publics (FR), Marc El Samrani, scholar and researcher on new urban public s…
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Europeans produce an average of 35kg of plastic packaging waste each per year and global plastic use is expected to triple by 2060. In reality, most of the packaging and shopping bags amassed in daily life are never recycled and instead end up in landfills or incinerators. This podcast from our Wasteland investigation sorts fact from fiction and un…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 1 - Season 2, a three-way conversation between: > Veronika Tzekova, Associate artist of La Strada (AU) > the partner Anna Giribet I Argiles, Artistic Director of Fira Tàrrega (ES) > the associate citizen of Čtyři Dny (CZ), David Kaspar, cultural manager and deputy mayor in Prague Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosti…
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We review four amazing new shows in Episode 93. A Strange Loop, a new groundbreaking musical fresh from Broadway, featuring a queer black character at it's centre, currently playing at The Barbican. An exciting new production of Romeo and Juliet at The Almeida directed by Rebecca Frecknall. James Graham's new play, Dear England, about England footb…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 6, a three-way conversation between: > Cristina Maldonado, Associate artist of Čtyři Dny (CZ) > the partner Valentina Kastlunger, Artistic Director of Zona K (IT) > the associate citizen of Fira Tàrrega (ES), Lluís Nacenta, Professor, writer and curator in the fields of music and contemporary art Credits Produced by IN SITU …
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In this episode we review three exciting new musical productions: One of our favourite company's returns with another Gilbert and Sullivan operetta in the form of Sasha Regan's All Male The Mikado at Wilton's Music Hall; The Menier Chocolate Factory have a brand new musical adaptation of the Noir classic The Third Man; and lastly The Curious Case o…
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Nonostante gli sforzi per aumentare i tassi di riciclaggio, ogni anno, nell'UE si producono circa 30 milioni di tonnellate di rifiuti di plastica, ma solo il 32% circa della plastica viene riciclata. In questo episodio, i giornalisti di IE Maria Maggiore e Lorenzo Buzzoni indagano sugli aspetti più critici della cosiddetta economia circolare. Dal r…
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We're back, with three fabulous musicals to review. One of our favourite new British musicals, Operation Mincemeat, has mades it's way from the London fringe to the glittering West End and we went to see if in it's new home at The Fortune Theatre. A bold new production of the classic Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying…
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IN SITU Podcast Pristina special episode, a conversation between: > Lura Limani, associate citizen of ODA Teatri (XK) > Florent Mehmeti, director of ODA Teatri (XK) Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosting: Jeanne Robet Graphic studio : Studio Muro A project led by Fériel Rahli, Lieux publics. The IN SITU podcast is an action of the IN SITU …
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In our 90th episode we review the new The Union Theatre production of Stiles & Drewe's musical, Betty Blue Eyes. We also went to see Guys & Dolls again at The Bridge Theatre, this time as part of the standing audience. There's also an exciting returning show as our Top Tip, and a theatre themed cocktail. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing b…
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We review four brilliant new shows in episode 89. Bonnie and Clyde staring Frances Mayli McCann and Jordan Luke Gage at The Garrick Theatre; The National Theatre's new musical export from Sheffield Theatres, Standing At The Sky's Edge featuring the songs of Richard Hawley; Further Than The Furthest Thing at The Young Vic, staring our favourite acto…
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In this jampacked episode we review the new immersive production of Guys & Dolls at The Bridge Theatre, Cabaret at the KitKat Clubstarring John McCrea and Aimee Lou Wood , Scottish Ballet's futuristic take on the classical ballet Coppelia, and final our review of Roger's and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! in it's new West End home. - Opening/Closing Music…
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In this episode we review Sylvia, the new musical featuring Beverly Knight at The Old Vic Theatre. Secondly we review The Almeida's darkly comic new play, Women Beware The Devil - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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IN SITU Podcast episode 5, a three-way conversation between: > Leonardo Delogu, Associate artist of the Italian consortium (IT) > the partner Louise Kaare Jacobsen, Communication manager at Metropolis / KIT (DK) > the associate citizen of Oerol Festival, Domenica Ghidei, Equity, inclusiveness and diversity expert Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing…
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We review the UK tour production of The Cher Show, which tells the story of the legend that is Cher; all the costumes, all the drama, all the songs! We also review he equally flamboyant and fabulous show, My Son's A Queer But What Can You Do?, written and performed by Rob Madge, currently playing in London's West End. - Opening/Closing Music: Littl…
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We review the hottest ticket in town, Rebecca Frecknall’s A Streetcar Named Desire staring Paul Mescal, Patsy Ferran and Anjana Vasan at The Almeida Theatre. We also review Spice Girl Mel C's London dance debut in Julie Cunningham & Company how did we get here? at Sadlers Wells. - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed …
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IN SITU Podcast, a three-way conversation between: > the associate artist Nana Francisca Schottländer, Associate artist of Metropolis / KIT (DE) > the partner Kees Lesuis, Artistic Director at Oerol Festival (NL) > the associate citizen of Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Paul Forecast, Regional Director for the Midlands and East of Englands at the Nati…
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In questo episodio diamo un’occhiata ai risultati della nostra ultima inchiesta, Untaxed. I giornalisti di IE Maria Maggiore e Lorenzo Buzzoni danno una panoramica dei risultati ottenuti, concentrandosi sull’Italia e su Milano, dove atterra la maggior parte degli investimenti nel real estate italiano.…
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Disney's broadway dance sensation Newsies has finally made it's way across the pond and opened in London this December. Listen to our review of the show, as well as a Newsies inspired cocktail recipe, and a double whammy dancey Top Tip - Opening/Closing Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyonis: licensed under a CC Attribution License Hosted on Aca…
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IN SITU Podcast, a three-way conversation between: > the associate artist Eva Bubla, Associate artist of PLACCC Festival (HU) > the partner Christophe Blandin-Estournet, Director at Scène nationale de l'Essonne (FR) > the associate citizen of ODA Teatri, Lura Limani (XK) Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosting: Jeanne Robet Graphic studio :…
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IN SITU Podcast, a three-way conversation between: > the associate artist Benoît Mousserion from Compagnie L'Homme Debout, Associate artist of Atelier 231 (FR) > the partner Linda di Pietro, Chief Cultural Officer at BASE Milano and CEO of Indisciplinarte (IT) > the associate citizen of PLACCC Festival, Àdàm Kobrizsa (HU) Credits Produced by IN SIT…
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In Episode 83 of Theatre Club Podcast we have reviews of the brand new stage version of Studio Ghibli's beloved film My Neighbour Totoro by Royal Shakespeare Company and Joe Hisaishi, currently playing a sold-out run at The Barbican in London. We also went to another sold-out run at The Donmar of the musical The Band's Visit, though you can still g…
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Credits Produced by IN SITU Editing and hosting: Jeanne Robet Graphic studio : Studio Muro A project led by Fériel Rahli and Benjamin Lengagne, Lieux publics. Recording (episodes 1-2-3): Jonah Senouillet The IN SITU podcast is an action of the IN SITU the European platform for artistic creation in public space, in the frame of the project (UN)COMMO…
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We discuss the very exciting new season at The Almeida Theatre which includes a new production of A Street Car Named Desire directed by Rebecca Frecknell and starring Paul Mescal, and a new musical written by Elton John! We also review the Chichester Festival Theatre production of South Pacific, and the new song cycle Millennials at The Other Palac…
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