Podcast Published 9 October 2017

The Legacy Tapes: Indhu Rubasingham

This week Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Indhu Rubasingham, artistic director of London’s Tricycle Theatre, as part of a series on legacy in theatre.

Tim Bano

“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 Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Indhu Rubasingham, artistic director of the Tricycle Theatre in London.

The Tricycle is closed for a multi-million pound refurbishment which, Indhu says, has given her time to step back and think more long-term.

She talks about religion, community, allocated seating and also discusses the clash between pragmatism and risk-taking, and between the Daily Mail and Corbynites.

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Tim Bano

Tim is a freelance arts writer and theatre critic. He writes regularly for Time Out, The Stage and other publications. He is co-creator of Pursued By A Bear, Exeunt Magazine's theatre podcast.

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