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Theatre Audience Podcast

Step into the limelight with the Theatre Audience Podcast, a thrilling and acclaimed platform that sets the stage on fire, embracing the enchanting world of live performance. From its humble origins as Natalie’s personal passion project in 2019, this podcast has evolved into an electrifying force that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats.

When the curtains fell on traditional theatre due to the pandemic, Darren’s artistic journey took an exhilarating twist. Invited by Natalie to join her captivating Instagram Live chat show, they fearlessly explored the depths of the theatrical landscape, adapting to the virtual stage with finesse. As the world eagerly awaited the return of live performances, their vibrant conversations effortlessly transitioned into a captivating podcast experience.

Now, united as co-hosts, Darren and Natalie bring their theatrical prowess to the forefront, discussing awe-inspiring shows, breaking theatre news, and sharing their profound insights. What started as a monthly rendezvous quickly transformed into a twice-monthly extravaganza and has now matured into a spellbinding weekly affair, connecting listeners to the ever-evolving wonders of British theatre.

With their combined expertise and infectious enthusiasm, Darren and Natalie embark on a riveting mission to captivate audiences with unrivalled theatre conversations. They delve into the vibrant realm of the stage, unveiling valuable insights, sparking thought-provoking discussions, and hosting engaging interviews with esteemed guests including actors, directors, writers, and influential contributors from the theatre world.

Prepare to be whisked away on a theatrical adventure as the Theatre Audience Podcast invites you to immerse yourself in the mesmerising magic of live performance. Picture yourself indulging in a delightful cup of Earl Grey, joining Darren and Natalie in spirited banter that blends camaraderie, laughter, and an unquenchable thirst for all things theatre. From legendary productions to hidden gems, every episode promises to ignite your imagination and transport you to the heart of the action.

Are you ready to be part of the standing ovation? Tune in to the Theatre Audience Podcast and let the captivating world of live performance unfold before your very ears. The spotlight is on you – join the conversation and let your love for theatre shine!

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Perfect guide to London theatre: I love this podcast. The information Natalie and Darren shares is always useful covering everything from details about the shows themselves, to interviews with cast and crew (which often includes advice for young performers – which as a teacher is fab to hear and share) and audience essentials like the best place to sit, the value of the programme and the likely interval queue time!


Theatre Magic Unveiled!

Theatre magic unveiled! Darren and Natalie's Theatre Audience podcast, a love letter to the stage. Celebrating creativity, emotion, brilliance, their infectious energy sweeps you away. Enjoy the theatre with these enthusiastic hosts!


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The best podcast: Being a theatre fan – this podcast is brilliant. Detailed reviews and the best recommendations. Always looking forward to the next episode. 100% recommend and subscribing and listening.

Jonas Marques

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Just the ticket: This is gold from Natalie and Darren. So warm and cosy. Lovely window into the arts from the pair of you – love it! Gorgeous way into showing people how diverse and wonderful theatre can be. A podcast that takes you by the hand and shows you round, leaving you richer.



Craving stage excitement? Enter the Theatre Audience podcast with Natalie and Darren. In-depth interviews, balanced reviews, and their love for theatre make it a treasure trove. Get inspired and entertained! Kimberley Hartley Fantastic backstage interviews with insight and advice for young people wishing to enter the profession. Latest theatre news and useful reviews and top tips from an educated and informed theatre goers perspective!

Bobby Seyes
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