Then, Now & Next, Tarantino Live and Crazy for You…
Featuring the reviews of Then, Now & Next, 80s Live, Tarantino Live and Crazy for You, Secret Thoughts and an exclusive interview with director Paloma Jacob-Duvernet
In the latest episode of Theatre Audience Podcast, hosts Natalie and Darren take their listeners on a captivating journey through the enchanting world of West End musicals and beyond. With a focus on showcasing the best of London’s theatre scene, the hosts deliver thrilling reviews, backstage interviews, and insightful discussions that celebrate the magic of the stage.
The episode begins with a dazzling spotlight on Then, Now & Next, a brand new British musical by Christopher J Orton and Jon Robyns, currently captivating audiences at Southwark Playhouse. Starring the incredible West End star Alice Fearn and directed by the talented Julie Atherton, this production breathes new life into the British musical genre, mesmerising viewers with its powerful performances and innovative storytelling.
Next on the podcast’s playlist is 80s Live, the ultimate retro concert live on stage at the Adelphi Theatre. Featuring iconic songs by legends like Wham!, Madonna, Duran Duran, and Bon Jovi, this nostalgic extravaganza is a hit among audiences, transporting them back in time to relive the magic of the ’80s music scene.
The excitement continues with Tarantino Live, a pulsating rock experience based on the films and soundtracks of Quentin Tarantino. This limited engagement at Riverside Studios delivers a unique fusion of live music and cinematic artistry, leaving theatregoers exhilarated and wanting more.
Moving on to a standout West End transfer, the Chichester Festival Theatre’s Crazy for You hits the spotlight. Starring the super-talented Charlie Stemp and Carly Anderson, under the direction of Tony Award and Olivier Award winning Broadway legend Susan Stroman, this musical extravaganza charms audiences with its toe-tapping numbers and dazzling choreography.
Concluding this episode is Secret Thoughts at the Omnibus Theatre, an AI festival production that delves into the intriguing world of artificial intelligence and human emotions. The hosts are joined by director Paloma Jacob-Duvernet for an exclusive interview that offers a deep dive into the creative process and the thematic relevance of this cutting-edge production.
Throughout the episode, Natalie and Darren skillfully navigate their discussions, showcasing their expertise and infectious enthusiasm for the theatre. With its rich and informative content, this episode caters to both devoted theatre fans and newcomers alike, providing a delightful glimpse into the magic of the stage. Theatre Audience Podcast continues to captivate its audience, leaving them eager to explore more of London’s theatrical landscape.