British Theatre Guide podcast

By British Theatre Guide

Discussions on British theatre and interviews with theatre makers and experts from around the UK and sometimes beyond, including directors, writers, actors, designers, producers and critics. We cover all areas of professional theatre, from fringe to regional rep companies to commercial touring shows to the West End and the national theatre companies.

  1. 1.
    Ravenhill and Price jointly take over London's oldest pub theatre
    35:55
  2. 2.
    Restarting the Edinburgh Festivals: Guy Masterson on his 27th Fringe
    20:17
  3. 3.
    Brighton Fringe returns both online and in live venues
    28:05
  4. 4.
    Comedian Kevin Day joins appeal for support and recognition for the live events industry
    43:11
  5. 5.
    Staged star hears out leading theatre actors performing favourite speeches
    47:54
  6. 6.
    UK Theatres at Risk in 2021
    46:35
  7. 7.
    An adventurous 70th anniversary season at Pitlochry after a challenging 2020
    29:30
  8. 8.
    Talawa tells verbatim tales from black frontline workers
    24:57
  1. 9.
    Peter Polycarpou takes online audiences back to the music of the Roaring Twenties
    31:57
  2. 10.
    Pursued by a Bear takes Nothing on Earth online
    43:44
  3. 11.
    Theatre in a time of Pandemic
    55:08
  4. 12.
    Kneehigh strikes out with post-lockdown plans in 40th anniversary year
    39:01
  5. 13.
    Told by an Idiot invites families to Get Happy at Greenwich+Docklands
    38:21
  6. 14.
    New Tara Arts Artistic Director Abdul Shayek
    32:46
  7. 15.
    Godspell 50th anniversary concert streaming worldwide
    27:01
  8. 16.
    Beats & Elements brings working class voices and beatboxing to online theatre
    35:18
  9. 17.
    New Perspectives presents all-star recordings of David Rudkin pieces
    16:53
  10. 18.
    All-star cast broadcasts to the world from Huddersfield
    51:56
  11. 19.
    Slung Low streams civil war from Leeds
    22:40
  12. 20.
    HOME brings Homemakers into your homes
    20:04
  13. 21.
    Long John Silver sets sail for Derby Theatre for Easter
    20:24
  14. 22.
    Dickens ascends Ramps on the Moon in Leeds and on tour
    24:23
  15. 23.
    Crossing the Atlantic: NYT theatre critic Ben Brantley on theatre in New York and London
    29:16
  16. 24.
    Sansom brings Barrie's Quality Street to the home of the chocolates, then on tour
    25:50
  17. 25.
    See six varied plays in six days at Pitlochry
    27:26
  18. 26.
    Crongton Knights ride into Coventry
    27:00
  19. 27.
    imitating the dog recreates Romero horror classic for the stage
    33:09
  20. 28.
    Jamie writer on awards to diverse Visionary creators
    19:01
  21. 29.
    BTG podcast reaches 200: hear from our reviewers
    1:20:29
  22. 30.
    Scrooge flies into Derby for Christmas
    19:02
  23. 31.
    Supporting Mame in Manchester
    23:18
  24. 32.
    Chekhov's Seagull adaptation rocks Bolton Library
    31:45
  25. 33.
    Rich Kids of Tehran (and elsewhere) come to Manchester
    39:59
  26. 34.
    Ongoing Mischief at the Vaudeville—and spreading
    24:25
  27. 35.
    A gender-switched Enemy of the People in Nottingham
    19:13
  28. 36.
    New management team at the Rep
    21:22
  29. 37.
    Three decades of a male friendship on tour in Under Three Moons
    27:23
  30. 38.
    One Man, Two Theatres: Richard Bean's comedy in Derby and Hornchurch
    21:39
  31. 39.
    Edinburgh 2019: Shakespeare for Breakfast and Paines Plough's Roundabout
    34:37
  32. 40.
    Edinburgh 2019: Owen O'Neill is Shaving the Dead
    21:00
  33. 41.
    Edinburgh 2019: The Wardrobe Ensemble and Daniel Bye
    55:41
  34. 42.
    Classic Thrillers return to Nottingham Theatre Royal
    18:44
  35. 43.
    New Octagon Artistic Director launches her first season
    37:22
  36. 44.
    Jackie Kay's Red Dust Road runs from Edinburgh to Manchester
    32:42
  37. 45.
    Lisa Holdsworth: bringing Andrea Dunbar's story back to Bradford
    26:46
  38. 46.
    Braham Murray: how the Royal Exchange Theatre was born in Manchester
    29:28
  39. 47.
    MIF 2019: John McGrath, Leo Warner and Phelim McDermott
    27:03
  40. 48.
    Derby Theatre takes BSL to the Jungle
    19:13
  41. 49.
    MIF launch 2019
    35:27
  42. 50.
    From Shore To Shore: migrant stories come to your local Chinese restaurant
    41:56

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