2014 Episode 23 – My Rabbi

Episode 23 was recorded right after I saw an amazing show – so good, I wanted to podcast with them! This episode features Kayvon Kelly and Joel Bernbaum – the writers and performers of My Rabbi. We talked a bit about the show itself, as well as what it takes to be a great flyerer.

If you’re on twitter, give them a follow @myrabbiplay, and check out their website at www.sumtheatre.com. You have one more chance to see this show – I can’t recommend it enough. You can get all the info (and your tickets!) here.

To listen to the podcast, click on the Podcast Episodes link on the top of the right hand side of the page. You can also subscribe on iTunes!

Thanks for tuning in! Don’t forget to share, and check back tomorrow for another episode!

Love,

Andra xo

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2014 Episode 12 – Jack and I

Episode twelve, and I’ve ventured to C Nova to talk to to two wonderful guys about their show Jack and I: The Jack the Ripper Musical. This follows on from their show last year, and we discussed why it’s important to be a bit silly, and the importance of having fun at the Fringe. They have also, for the record, been nominated for some awards (including the Derek Award for Best Fringe Show!) – so see them before they are celebs!

If you’re on twitter, give the writer a follow @danielhkaes and follow the company @dhkproductions.

Of course, you should also check out the show. You can get all the relevant information and tickets here – go check it out!

To listen to the podcast, click on the Podcast Episodes link on the top of the right hand side of the page. You can also subscribe on iTunes!

Thanks for tuning in! Don’t forget to share, and check back tomorrow for another episode!

Love,

Andra xo

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2014 Episode 11 – Joanne Allan for Theatraverse

Episode eleven has us sheltering from the end of a hurricane with the lovely Joanne Allan – the Artistic Director for Theatraverse. We discussed the importance of being at the festival as an artist, and the peculiarity that comes with being a bilingual company performing bilingual work. If you’d like to attend the talk at Fringe Central about breaking down language barriers, you can get information about it here.

If you’re on twitter, give the company a follow @theatraverse. You can also check out the company website at www.theatraverse.com to find out more about the company itself!

Of course, you should also check out the show, called Great Artists Steal, by Seamus Collins. You can get all the relevant information and tickets here – go check it out!

To listen to the podcast, click on the Podcast Episodes link on the top of the right hand side of the page. You can also subscribe on iTunes!

Thanks for tuning in! Don’t forget to share, and check back tomorrow for another episode!

Love,

Andra xo

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2014 Episode 1 – Sunday’s Child Theatre Company

So we begin! Welcome to the first episode of our 2014 season. Today, we sat just behind St Giles Catherdral, just off the Royal Mile. I had the chance to reconnect with a company who were on my podcast last year. This year, Eva O’Conner, Hildegard Ryan and David Doyle bring to Edinburgh a one woman show called My Name is Saoirse. In this episode, we discussed venue choice, knowing your audience, and our hopes and dreams as we embark on the crazy festival season.

If you’re on twitter, give them a follow @sundaysctheatre – you can also follow David (@davidmjtdoyle) and Hildegard (@hildegard.ryan). For more information on the company, check out their website at www.sundayschildtheatre.com, and give them a like on Facebook www.facebook.com/sundaysctheatre

Last but not least, to buy tickets, click here! They are on at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, as well as St. John’s Church (depending on when you want to go see them!)

To listen to the podcast, click on the Podcast Episodes link on the top of the right hand side of the page. You can also subscribe on iTunes!

Thanks for tuning in! Don’t forget to share, and check back tomorrow for another episode!

Love,

Andra xo

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Episode 8 – Substance

Hello listeners,

In this episode I sat down with a group of four people who were representing the company Sunday’s Child. This year, they are doing at show called Substance – looking at the nature of addiction not only to drugs, but to other people. We had a very interesting chat about the friendly and creative nature of the fringe, the vibe of Edinburgh, and the perils of flying. Click on the link on the right to hear the podcast!

If you want to find out more about the company, head to:

www.sundaysCtheatre.co.uk

Or follow them on twitter: @sundaysCtheatre

And you can get tickets to their show here:

https://www.edfringe.com/whats-on/theatre/substance

Listen, comment, share and enjoy!

Love,

Andra xo