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We don’t want to just gather a crowd or “do church.” We’re on mission to multiply disciples of Jesus – real people experiencing the life of Jesus and being changed by Him. We dream of the life of Jesus spreading throughout the West End into pockets of people, into businesses and schools, into neighborhoods and networks. We envision people experiencing the life of Jesus as His light spreads throughout the West End of Council Bluffs.
 
The West End Stories Project captures the experiences of individuals who lived in Cincinnati's West End during the second half of the 20th century for urbanites today who want to know more about the neighborhood’s transformation. Cincinnati’s West End was once a vibrant community full of people, opportunities, and excitement. But due to urban renewal projects in the 1950s, the historic West End was largely razed for the creation of interstate I-75 and housing projects. This, combined with se ...
 
Welcome to West End Geeks, “The Pod Where It Happens”. 3 musical theatre geeks discuss all things on and off stage in Theatreland; from show and soundtrack reviews to interviews with cast members. It’s time to trust your instincts close your eyes and listen. Cast: @clare_mc1 @redglassesdude @frankikenye
 
Kerry Ellis is a West End and Broadway Star. Best known for playing the first British Elphaba In Wicked, We Will Rock You, Cats, Les Miserables and Touring the world Performing with Rock Legend Brian May. In this new series, Kerry is sitting down with stars of stage, song and screen to discuss their highs and lows. These candid and eye opening conversations discuss the realities of a life in front of the spotlight and what happens in the moments when it is not shining quite as bright. These ...
 
Welcome to Bone Throwers Theater! We are a RPG actual play podcast. We play both long-term campaigns and one-shot sessions. Our current main campaign is called Elements of War. It uses the OpenD6 Adventure System from West End Games. It is set in a world built using the game, Microscope. The characters are a citizens of a police state and choose to battle the tensions of various "revolutionary" factions. Join us every Monday for new episodes of Elements of War. On Thursdays, look out for one ...
 
Discover how it really felt to be in the room where Hamilton happened, as told by the people who were there. Each week, host Giles Terera - who played Aaron Burr in the original West End cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical Hamilton, and is the author of upcoming book Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal - is joined by key members of the cast and creative team of the London production, plus other special guests, to discuss what it was like to be part of this once-in-a-generation show. Hea ...
 
Sneakers 54 was established in 1976 when a group of friends got together and decided they had to do something about the lack of good West end clubs that played Jazz,Funk & Soul music. They found that in order to gain entry into clubs they would need to dress in suits, pay extortionate entrance fees, and then have to listen to pop music for hours until the DJ decided to play the odd Soul tune at the end of the night. Our next move was to hire venues in the West End and hold our own club night ...
 
This podcast will make you happy. You know this is true, because The Computer tells you so. The Computer is your friend. Trust The Computer. Paranoia is a tabletop RPG first released in 1984 by West End Games, now published by Mongoose Publishing. The original version was created by Greg Costikyan, Dan Gelber, and Eric Goldberg. Five players will struggle to survive, thrive, and most importantly, to be happy. Happiness is mandatory. Unhappiness is treason. This podcast has a discord! You can ...
 
West End news, show chat, ticket tips and interviews. A laid back, relaxed discussion between two theatre lovers about what's hot and what may be not in the West End, and Broadway too. It's not a review show, no judgemental snobby critical analysis - just a chat in a virtual West End pub! Get in touch with them - thestagedoorwithrobandal@gmail.com
 
Four different Doctor Who Podcasts from award winning comedian Toby Hadoke, whose Edinburgh show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf became a West End hit, toured the world, and became a Sony nominated BBC Radio series. The podcasts are: Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released weekly. Indefinable Magic - whimsical essays inspired by the show. Released at least once a month. Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of t ...
 
From Trance, Progressive House, Organic House, Melodic House and Techno... I love all these genres of Electronic Dance Music. This is my heartbeat, and I was the kid that always bought the 12" vinyl of a song, like The Pet Shop Boys "West End Girls"; but I also would listen to an entire Symphony up in my room, close my eyes and enjoy all of the movements. Electronic Dance Music is music I could only dream of, but it is here, and glad to express my self through some enormous talent. Enjoy the ...
 
This is a pivotal moment for west Louisville. There's a track & field complex planned, a new YMCA in the works, and the renovation of Beecher Terrace. But as property values rise, so do property taxes, and that can be a hardship for the people already living there. Is this revitalization? Or gentrification? Here Today will track the changes in Louisville's West End, and tell the stories of the people who call it home.
 
'Inside The West End' is a brand new weekly podcast featuring in-depth interviews from the world of theatre. From Tim Minchin to veteran ensemble members, we speak to the leading performers, directors, writers and producers that will delight and inspire West End fans. Produced by professional actors Ben Morris and Rob Copeland, 'Inside the West End' is the first podcast to get behind the scenes of the industry and give an honest and well rounded view of the theatre from the perspective of th ...
 
The West Block reverses the convention of political talk shows, speaking directly with Canadians in communities across the country and bringing their concerns to Ottawa for answers. The Global journalists behind the West Block not only ask questions, but seek solutions. The end product is a show that doesn’t just follow the agenda, but helps set it.
 
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Jodie is currently reprising her performance as Emma in the UK touring production of Tell Me On A Sunday by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black. Directed by Paul Foster, this production originally ran at the Watermill Theatre. In 2008 Jodie won I’d Do Anything (BBC) and went on to play Nancy in the West End revival of Oliver. Her other West End credi…
 
In our ninth installment of the West End Stories project, we spoke with Mauvis Evans, who lived near the Cotton Club in the 1940’s and 50’s. Located in the Kenyon Barr redevelopment area, her building and the Cotton Club were demolished for the construction of Interstate 75. With the COVID-19 pandemic in mind, the West End Stories Project has shift…
 
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 91 In this episode the writer Alan Gillespie talks about his first novel, The Mash House; it is a novel of isolation and fear set in an isolated Highland village on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Alan Gillespie is a writer and teacher from Fife. He has studied at the University of Stirling, Glasgow and Strat…
 
Theatre critic Lizzie Loveridge (Theatre Vibe) co-hosts The West End Frame Show! Andrew & Lizzie discuss Come From Away (Phoenix Theatre), Anything Goes (Barbican Theatre) & South Pacific (Chichester Festival Theatre) as well as the latest news about The Drifters Girl, Bonnie and Clyde, Christina Bianco + more! Lizzie is a theatre critic & members …
 
While our culture says that sharing your faith is wrong, even some atheists say that if Christians really believe the gospel is the way to abundant life, the only thing that makes moral, rational sense is to share that faith. So why don’t we? In this passage, Jesus helps us to understand that we are missing something. Watch iTunes…
 
The reading for today is the feeding of the five thousand from the Gospel of John, the only one of the miracle stories that appears in all four Gospels. We are using this sixth chapter of John for a sermon series to explore parts of our own communion service – the blessing, breaking, and the giving of bread – to explore the bread of life. Today we’…
 
Slightly updated with a couple of "I Think You'll Find"s that weren't in the original episodic release, here is a chance to digest a whole three hours (nearly) of daft Dalek action with the delightful Darrell MacLaine in celebratory mode as he and your host Toby Hadoke try to identify Aridians, wonder why Columbo is on the Empire State Building, en…
 
This is the story about the murder of Peggy Roberts (possibly) by Joseph McKinstry. Today’s episode is about soldiers and sex-workers, two ancient trades intrinsically linked, especially during war-time. And although – if people were created equally – a price would never be put on a person’s life; we clearly value those who fight over those who f**…
 
In an exclusive first interview, the original stars of Bonnie in Clyde on reuniting after 10 years for an exclusive London concert version, the challenges of opening the show on Broadway back in 2011, and why them performing this story again isn’t just a professional milestone… it’s personal. Plus the pair discuss the impact of hit songs including …
 
It actually is cricket - a meander through the connections between Doctor Who and a sport with a long, sprawling history, one that inspires devotion in some and bafflement in others, is associated with a certain British eccentricity, and has a symbiotic relationship with BBC broadcasting. What is less well known is that cricket itself was been kill…
 
This week we chat with multi-Olivier Award winning actor, Joanna Riding. She has starred in the West End in Billy Elliot, The Witches of Eastwick, My Fair Lady, The Girls to name just a few. Most recently she played Sally in the acclaimed NT revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies. She’s just about to play Nettie Fowler in the Regent’s Park Open Air …
 
Three episodes in one week? Makes you sound... well, very lucky. It's three episodes of Time and the Rani though, so can you learn to be like your host, Toby Hadoke, and vow to try to love this rather strange matter? He's accentuating the positive because since recording their contribution to this podcast, special guest Anthony Townsend has receive…
 
This is Part Four of Four of Daniel Gonzales: The Lost Boy. Whether in the grip of a drug-induced psychosis, a psychopathic fantasy or paranoid schizophrenia, Daniel Gonzales had left two injured and four dead in a two-day killing-spree. But with a kill-list of “at least ten”, the next life he would take would be his last. Murder Mile is researched…
 
You get an extra episode this week because this story has been unceremoniously hurled into the schedule because our special guest, Anthony Townsend, has, since advocating so strongly for Time and the Rani, become quite poorly. The two things are not related, however. Host Toby Hadoke sees is he can accentuate the positive in his least favourite Doc…
 
This week Kerry is chatting to Radio, Tv and Pop star, Cheryl Baker. Cheryl found fame after winning The Eurovision Song Contest as one quarter of Bucks Fizz in 1981. Bucks Fizz went on to tour the world and Sell millions of records. Cheryls career hasn't stopped at just pop music though, She has been a presenter Record Breakers, Eggs 'n' Baker. Sh…
 
Want to support the show? Check out our Patreon! ➤ Get ready to delve into the warren of William Finn’s fantastical mind as we voyage into ‘A New Brain.’ Beautifully mirroring the mania of the show itself, this is a manic episode where we dart from deep, impossible discussions about unhoused populations, to analysing the changes between the origina…
 
Performer Kayleigh McKnight returns to The West End Frame Show! Andrew & Kayleigh discuss Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Linzi Hateley's return to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (London Palladium) as well as the latest news about Covid Status Certification for theatres and the access issues with Six's new West End home, the Vaude…
 
The Tony winner and original Angelica Schuyler on why Hamilton is here today because of musical RENT, embracing the camp with Lego Store: The Musical, and why the beauty of diversity will forever be at the core of her Broadway. Plus, why her Emmy nomination for Hamilton confirms the show is “the gift that keeps on giving!” Host: William J Connolly …
 
https://uk.gofundme.com/f/a-small-hand-for-antoni Excuse the continued pluggage but it is for a good cause. Special guest Anthony Townsend has had a life changing medical diagnosis and so your host, Toby Hadoke, has sat through the whole of this story of tinsel, big hair, even bigger vocabulary and painted rocks in order to bring attention to the f…
 
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