Dickie Beau - winner of the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award and actor best known for breathing new life into lip-synching - speaks to his mentor and friend, Fiona Shaw, the actor and director renowned for her extensive work with the RSC and National Theatre alongside popular roles in Harry Potter, Killing Eve and Fleabag. Their poetic, and at times philosophical, conversation navigates creation and perfection, the intricacies of language and capturing your audience. Inspired is a new series on the Barbican podcast, Nothing Concrete where we ask an artist to invite someone who has inspired, influenced or impacted their creative lives to share the stories behind their connection. Each episode was recorded remotely during lockdown. While the Barbican Theatre remains closed, these deeply personal and open conversations bring together creatives across the arts to celebrate the lasting connections and support that artists show for one another. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify, iTunes or wherever you find your podcast.Show your support for the Barbican by making a donation and help inspire more people to discover and love the arts. https://www.barbican.org.uk/donate
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