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Best MusicalTalk The UKs Independent Musical Theatre podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best MusicalTalk The UKs Independent Musical Theatre podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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It’s the musical that says exactly what it is, so join Thos as he reviews this most raucous, funny, raw, political, clever and surprisingly touching show by the Graeae Theatre Company – and join in yourself as you can watch it for a limited period on Youtube! And there’s a chance to hear again an interview with Vinnie himself, renowned actor and th…
 
Join Thos as he revisits the film that keeps giving – Mae West’s 1977 musical, Sextette, featuring songs from 250 years of history including by Thomas Arne, the Beatles and Neil Sedaka – but is it really a triumph? Hear Thos why he thinks it is, and there’s a chance to hear Thos and Tim talk about a previous viewing of this neglected comic musical …
 
Hear from SIX's musical director Katy Richardson as Nick and Mike Dixon talk about the tech in the band, the Olivier Awards and what makes SIX so special. After that Nick talks to the writers of SIX - Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss with stories of the show's origins, Vogue, Patti LuPone and lots of other stuff in-between! It's a megasix of guests includ…
 
Join Nick Hutson and Andrew Edwards as they play messages from many people from the industry offering their support, advice, tips, stories and background as to how they're coping with this situation. Special guests include Kerry Ellis, Mike Dixon, George Stiles, Anthony Drewe, Rosemary Ashe, Kaisa Hammarlund Jake Brunger, Pippa Cleary, Katy Richard…
 
Nick hands the mic over to Maryann Wright and Estee Stimler to talk about their fundraising effort - Until the Curtains Rise. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on UK theatre artist’s futures, and they need our support. Thousands of actors, writers, directors, producers, designers, technicians and administrators’ income has been eliminated, with no knowing…
 
Thos and Tim ponder that musical theatre monolith, Hamilton, and dissect its status as the "future of musical theatre" and whether or not its cultural resonances work as well in the United Kingdom as they do in its American home. Everyone knows it's good but will it be remembered, and how many grains of salt do you need to swallow alongside the hyp…
 
Mike and Thos sit down to talk about the three magnificent shows presented by the Royal Scottish Conservatoire last summer – perennial favourite, Legally Blonde, and two newly written musicals, Finn Anderson’s Limbo – City of Dreams, and Jonathan Bauerfeld and Casey Kendall’s Limbo – The Twelve. And learn how you can see the last of these shows as …
 
Welcome back to the second part of our two episode look into the cult B-Musicals, Vampire Hospital Waiting Room and Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair. Join Thos as he catches up with composer/writer Theo McCabe and comedy actor extraordinaire, Joe McArdle, to talk more about these smash hit shows that illustrate the full range of the deranged! And…
 
If you’re a lover of the bizarre, the absurd, the hilarious or the just downright silly, then you’re in for a treat; Join Thos for the first of two episodes looking at Beachcomet’s Comedy B-Musicals, the cult hits Vampire Hospital Waiting Room and Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair. This week we speak to Theo McCabe and Craig Methven, writers of th…
 
Join Thos as he recalls the time he interviewed British cultural legend, the late Nicholas Parsons, about his performances in Into the Woods, the Rocky Horror Show, Charlie Girl and much more besides. Hear this national treasure (Nicholas, not Thos!) share his memories of Cyd Charisse, Julia McKenzie and the dangers of roller skating on a raked sta…
 
It’s tea for two with avuncular chatmates, Thos and Mike, as they look at two very different shows addressing the two very different ways that two very different couples can be portrayed in musical theatre. The shows in question are Jekyll Vs Hyde and the Gray Cat and the Flounder – together in an episode that’s odd couples all the way, and that’s …
 
Gadzooks, surely it isn’t the festive season again? Well, yes – now you come to mention it – it certainly is! Which means it’s time for our now traditional MusicalTalk Crimbo Musical Theatre Quiz – a merry mix of quirky questions and superb songs compiled for your diversionary pleasure by Thos. And this year it’s all about song lyrics! Do you know …
 
Join David as he talks to the cast of the Blackburn Empire Theatre’s Festive Pantomime, Aladdin, in his latest fascinating audioblog! Oh yes, he does! And then catch Thos in conversation with Sue Ellerby, the creator of the Edinburgh Fringe Smash Hit, Gilbert and Sullivan’s Improbable New Musical – Less Miserable – a clever retelling of the perenni…
 
Join Thos as he talks to Hedda Rustad Carlsen, composer and lyricist of Enigma, a new musical which tells the unrecognised story of female code breakers in America during the Second World War. With songs and music from the score, you’ll learn about an amazing band of unfairly forgotten women who played a significant role in one of the world’s bigge…
 
Join Thos as he speaks to the people behind Paradise Lodge, the musical comedy based on writer Steve Cooper's experience of caring for his mother-in-law as she lived with dementia. You’ll hear about accessibility in the theatre and in the community and how to take a sad subject and make it a relatable and compassionate show that creates an immediat…
 
Episode 642: BFI Musicals! The Greatest Show on Screen: It’s an early Christmas present for all fans of the musical! As the BFI’s extended celebration of musical films begins across the United Kingdom, Thos chats to Robin Baker, the Head Curator of the BFI National Archive and programmer of the BFI Musicals Season in a wide ranging conversation ful…
 
With a run of this popular Edinburgh Festival Fringe show about to open in Cambridge, Thos sits down with Laurence T-Stannard to discuss his score for this supermarket based musical comedy. And we learn about Cole Porter’s thoughts on song writing, and hear about the Frank Loesser rarity, Where’s Charley?…
 
Thos joins the hugely talented Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman to discuss their latest gothic horror comedy musical, the award winning Jekyll Versus Hyde, one of the great hits from 2019’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. With songs and anecdotes, this episode showcases the show that puts the jewel into duality! It’s transformative!…
 
Thos sits down with the talented and generous songwriter, Alexander S. Bermange, to discuss his stunning and brilliant show, I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical – a sharply observed and hilarious revue of songs about the glamour (and lack of it) in the lives of those in musical theatre. It’s a show that almost feels written specifically for fans of …
 
Josephine Baker and Other Movers and Shakers: Join Thos and Colm as they look at some more of the great shows from this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe including Legally Blonde, Vulvarine, the Perfect Opera, Josephine – the Josephine Baker Story, Limbo: The Twelve, and MusicalTalk’s Pick of the Fringe – You and I. OMG, You Guys…
 
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe for 2019 might be over but its memories live on. Join Thos and Mike as they discuss four of the great shows you could have seen in Scotland this August – Sweet Charity, Shreds – A Jack The Ripper Musical, How To Use A Washing Machine and Space Junk – A Soviet Musical. Hey Big Spender, spend a little time with us!…
 
Join Thos as he catches up with Rebecca Perry and David Kingsmill to discuss the wonderful five star show, From Judy to Bette: the Stars of Old Hollywood, which pays tribute to Bette Davis, Judy Garland, Betty Hutton and Lucille Ball with songs aplenty! Learn about the debt owed to such great songwriters as Irving Belin, Frank Loesser and Cole Port…
 
The world’s largest arts festival is back as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe hits town again – and to get you in the mood (and to help you explore some of the experience of being there yourself), Thos talks to the very talented Patrick Stockbridge, whose acutely observed revue, Ed Fringe the Musical, was one of the hits of last year. It’s the next be…
 
With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe just about to start, Thos sits down with the man behind one of this year’s shows, David William Hughes, whose witty and splendid production, Elizabethan, is back in Edinburgh. Hear them explore how much and how little popular music has changed over 400 years – touching on everything from lutes to Barbie Girl. And …
 
Is theatre for everyone? And what can we do to bring down the barriers? Thos sits down with actor, singer, director and theatre creator, Stephen Lloyd to discuss the ethics of fully accessible theatre and to dissect his amazing career; from working with Ray Davies from the Kinks on Come Dancing, starring in the Ian Dury musical, Reasons to be Cheer…
 
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