Listen to the interview here: Drew Horner
Listen here now: Vivien Taylor
Put your hands together and get ready to clean out your ears for this weeks guest, Douglas McFarlane! Not only is Douglas an actor – he’s also a prolific networker!
He founded the UK FILM NETWORK which supports 35,000 independent filmmakers, and in 2001, set up the UK THEATRE NETWORK which reviews theatre in 10 cities around the UK.
Doug has been a BAFTA member for 20 years and actively involved in the awards process.
You can listen to the interview here: Doug MacFarland
In this week’s Theatre Show! Sławomir Doliniec is our fabulous guest and he will tell us about how his career began.
(Psst: Sławomir is extra special because he’s our first Polish guest!!!)
Listen here now: Sławomir Doliniec
You can listen to the interview here: Richard Holmes interview
Zoe L. Samper
On this week’s show we will be sharing fika-time with Zoe L. Samper – an actress and dancer based in Spain.
Zoe started studying dance when she was four, and acting when she was 18-years old. She received a scholarship to study at the Paris Marais Dance School in France. Her biggest, and most personal, project so far is Mundo Gris which she started in 2020 and continues to develop and tour, performing in numerous festivals and winning the European Young Theater festival in Spoleto, Italy.
And of course Paweł will be sharing a couple plays we should go-see. Plus, Sadie and Neil will also be offering their vocal talent to two play reviews.
You can listen now, just click here: Zoe L. Samper interview.
Philippa Debono is a professional actor and works in all areas of the industry – from theatre, TV, to role-play and VO. A dedicated practitioner, she attained a BA (Hons) in Acting, Stage & Screen at the Leeds University, and then trained some more!
Join us and find out how Philippa juggles her work as an actor and full-time mum!
And Paweł will be sharing a couple plays we should go-see. Plus, Sadie Wilde alongside a new actor lending us his voice – and he’s not a stranger to the show…
You can listen to the interview here: Philippa Debono interview
You can listen now, just click here: Cassius Rayner interview.
You can listen to his interview here: Jerry Kwarteng interview
Jane is a classic writer/director! She is from Harrow, north London and, aged 12, she was top at creative writing at high school – and even nominated as London hairdresser of the year once!
Jane is a member of Directors UK, which supports UK Directors. She is currently working on her second feature film, Day Six and you can read more on her website: 23-films.
You can listen now, just click here: Jane Foster interview.
Since 2008 he has been acting regularly in corporate role-play and immersive/educational theatre. In between he has worked across all media, including stage, film, TV, Internet and audio.
Neil is married with three grown-up children and is now a granddad. Have a look at his acting CV – Neil CV. Plus his podcast – Aliens Explored.
You can listen now, just click here: Neil Kelly interview
Tim is an Actor, Musician and Creative with credits in the West End, UK and internationally. He trained at The Guildford School of Acting and Studio 68, and his full professional credits are here: IMDb Tim.
After almost 30 years living in Brixton he swapped the sprawling metropolis for a small Devon village next to a canal, and he’s never looked back – and he’s also percussionist and Mandolin player for band, SunDog Slide.
You can listen now, just click here: Tim Parker interview
Jonas Nerbe is the Artistic Director of “Stockholm’s Musical Theatre”, and an actor.
He trained at the Conservatory in Vienna, Austria and at Stockholm University of the Art.
Jonas has performed in multiple plays and musicals, and in 2013 he WON the award “Best Performance” for William at the NY International Fringe Festival.
Departure 23:11 at Scalateatern 2019 where SthlmMusikTeater wrote a musical from Don Allen’s script of Tram 23:11.
You can listen now, just click here: Jonas Nerbe interview