As part of her ongoing series exploring ideas of legacy in theatre, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews Paul Hunter, artistic director of Told by an Idiot.
“I’ve always known that it’s a bad idea… to do things just to earn money” – Playwright David Eldridge discusses his schooldays, class, and theatre’s power to change people in the latest edition of Rebecca Atkinson-Lordâ€™s podcast series The Legacy Tapes.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord interviews Steven Atkinson, founder and longstanding artistic director of new writing festival HighTide, as part of a series of conversations about how to leave something lasting in the ephemeral medium of theatre.Â
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord opens Season Three of her Legacy Tapes series with an interview with Lyn Gardner.
As part of her series Stage Left, Jen Harvie interviews performance artist and activist Reverend Billy.
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.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Sarah Brigham, artistic director of Derby Theatre, about the idea of legacy in the ephemeral world of theatre.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Kully Thiarai, artistic director of National Theatre Wales, about legacy and running a theatre that represents a nation.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to the duo who run Camden People’s Theatre in north London: Brian Logan, artistic director, and Amber Massie-Blomfield, executive director.
In this episode Rebecca Atkinson-Lord chats to Erica Whyman, deputy artistic director at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Jen Harvie interviews pioneering lesbian-feminist performance duo Split Britches for her podcast, Stage Left.
Rebecca Atkinson-Lord talks to Matt Burman about the idea of legacy in the world of theatre.
Rebecca Atkinson Lord talks to Natalie Ibu, artistic director of tiata fahodzi
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 people in decision making processes and whether informed people always make informed decisions.
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 of the things they talk about are: how art can change the world; whether you should … Continue reading The Legacy Tapes: Annabel Turpin