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The Old Vic and Sherman Theatre

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Join Joe Murphy, Sherman’s Artistic Director and previous Old Vic Baylis Director, as he welcomes a new guest fortnightly to talk about their career in theatre, their highs and lows along the way – and to ask them the ultimate question: what's your favourite play? PlayCrush is created in collaboration with the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff, and is is supported by Royal Bank of Canada in association with the TS Eliot Estate. Neither The Old Vic or Sherman Theatre would be here during this uncertai ...
 
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This week Joe Murphy is joined by actor Steffan Rhodri (Woyzeck, The Old Vic; Gavin and Stacey) to talk about the beauty of Welsh weather, career successes later in life, and how a last minute performance in The Norman Conquests by Alan Ayckbourn turned it into his PlayCrush. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Welcome back to another series of PlayCrush. This week, Joe welcomes actor Golda Rosheuvel. Golda talks to Joe about her role as Queen Charlotte in Netflix’s recent hit series Bridgerton, and the impact of the character, as well as the characters in her chosen PlayCrush, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by August Wilson, on the progression of black stories…
 
In the first episode of PlayCrush Series Two, Joe Murphy is joined by Irish actor Denise Gough. Denise talks about how her PlayCrush, the two and a half thousand year old Electra by Sophocles, is still relevant and contemporary today. Content warning: This episode contains strong language and discussion about addiction. We encourage anyone affected…
 
This week Joe Murphy is joined by The Old Vic's very own Artistic Director Matthew Warchus. In this episode Matthew reveals the journey that led him to the role of Director, sharing some hilarious anecdotes and honest insights along the way, and the pair dive into Matthew's epic PlayCrush - Alan Ayckbourn's trilogy, The Norman Conquests. See acast.…
 
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