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As part of Rebecca Atkinson-Lord's ongoing series of interviews about ideas of legacy in theatre, she talks to Paul Hunter, artistic director of Told by an Idiot. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As part of her podcast series on ideas of legacy, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews playwright David Eldridge See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews experimental theatremaker Chris Goode, as part of her ongoing series of discussions about leaving a legacy in an ephemeral medium. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews the longtime director of HighTide, Steven Atkinson, after his announcement that he's stepping down from the annual new writing festival. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews participatory theatre company Clean Break. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews Rupert Goold, artistic director of the Almeida Theatre See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews Richard Twyman, artistic director of English Touring Theatre. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to artistic director David Jubb about ideas of legacy, following his announcement that he's stepping down from his role at the helm of Battersea Arts Centre. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord opens the new season of her podcast, Legacy Tapes, with a conversation with theatre critic Lyn Gardner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In February, the new book The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America was published. Exeunt critics Nicole Serratore, Lane Williamson, and Alex Barasch gathered for a book club discussion to talk about this oral history of Ang
‘Stop supporting the death of the earth! Know it when you see it!’As part of her series Stage Left, Jen Harvie interviews performance artist Reverend Billy. "I met the Reverend Billy – also known as Bill Talen – at Artsadmin’s Toynbee Studios i
"When it's non-white work or non-white narratives there is less press interest and that lack of support doesn't encourage risk-taking. Not that it will stop me."*This podcast was included in The Stage newspaper's top podcasts of 2017!*This week
"The learning is driving the art."*This podcast was included in The Stage newspaper's top podcasts of 2017!*As part of an ongoing series of conversations with leaders in UK theatre about the idea of legacy in an ephemeral art form, Rebecca Atki
*This podcast was included in The Stage newspaper's best podcasts of 2017!*"As a young Asian woman, my experience was that so little was expected of you and so little was offered to you that you had to fight for everything." Rebecca Atkinson-Lo
"I love those nights when it's something we've programmed that is so bonkers and far out, and i just don't feel like there's many other places in London where this could happen. I think that's exactly what we exist to do." Amber Massie-Blomfiel
*This podcast was included in The Stage’s best podcasts to listen to in 2017!*In this episode Rebecca Atkinson-Lord chats to Erica Whyman, deputy artistic director at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Erica talks about seeing yourself represented
*This podcast was included in The Stage’s best podcasts to listen to in 2017!*Note: this conversation was recorded in May 2016. As part of a series of conversations with artistic directors about the idea of legacy, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks t
*This podcast was included in The Stage’s best podcasts to listen to in 2017!*Rebecca Atkinson-Lord has a series of conversations with artistic directors about leaving a lasting impact in the ephemeral world of theatre. In this episode, Rebecca
Matt Fenton, artistic director and chief executive of Contact in Manchester, talks to Rebecca Atkinson-Lord about legacy and how to leave something behind in the ephemeral world of theatre. Matt and Rebecca discuss the importance of young peopl
In this series on the (im)possibility of legacy in the ephemeral world of theatre Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to artistic directors across the country. This week, she's with Annabel Turpin who has run ARC in Stockton for the last 8 years.Some o
In this latest episode looking at legacy in the ephemeral world of theatre, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Iain Bloomfield. He's the artistic director of Theatre In The Mill in Bradford. They talk about the intersection of academia and art, and
Theatre can be a very ephemeral art form. In a series of interviews with artistic directors, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord asks whether it's possible to leave behind something more permanent.In this episode Rebecca talks to Vicky Featherstone, who runs
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to artistic directors about the idea of legacy and leaving a permanent mark in the ephemeral world of theatre. In this episode, Rebecca speaks to John McGrath, artistic director of the Manchester International Festiv
The second in a series of interviews with artistic directors about legacy and leaving something behind in the ephemeral medium of theatre. Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Rachel Tackley, Director of English Touring Theatre, who is about to take
A series of interviews with artistic directors about the idea of legacy and leaving something behind in the ephemeral world of theatre. In this episode, over mushroom curry, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Alan Lane about the Slung Low hub in Le
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