006: Rob Houchen’s Patronus is a hedgehog (Within Reach Album Special)

Rob Houchen joins the Show People Podcast just days before the launch of his brand new EP, ‘Within Reach’ an album of his own writing  influenced by artists such as Luther Vandross & Stevie Wonder to[…]

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005: Kim Ismay – #Ghostcat.

Kim Ismay joins the Show People Podcast almost immediately after stepping off a plane and getting back to the UK after appearing all over the world as Madam Morrible in the international tour of the[…]

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004: Steve Furst always pleasures himself

Steve Furst joins director and host Andrew Keates. Steve Furst is an actor, comedian, voice-over artist and cabaret artist. Just some of his credits include the famous Orange cinema ads, Little Britain, Made in Dagenham, Matilda,[…]

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003: Annette Badland, but you can call me Blon.

In this episode of the Show People Podcast we are joined by actress and national treasure Annette Badland. Annette trained at East 15 and is known for a lifetime of iconic roles in television, film,[…]

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002: Fra Fee eats guinea pigs

This episode comes from a very hot dressing room at the Gielgud Theatre occupied by our host Andrew Keates and his special guest Mr. Fra Fee. Fra is currently appearing in The Ferryman and many[…]

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001: Opening night with Cassidy Janson

It’s opening night for the Show People Podcast – the podcast that shines a spotlight on the UK performing arts industry and those dedicated to their craft. Join multi-award-winning British Theatre Director Andrew Keates as he[…]

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Chinglish by David Henry Hwang opens to previews at the Park Theatre tonight.

Tim Johanson Productions in association with Julie Clare Productions, Arion Productions and Park Theatre present the European Premiere of Chinglish by David Henry Hwang. “The first rule of doing business in China is also the[…]

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Steve Furst: In Character headlines First Festival of Solo Performance at the Tristan Bates Theatre.

FIRST FESTIVAL OF SOLO PERFORMANCE  Tristan Bates Theatre | 11 – 29 April 2017 FIRST Festival of Solo Performances returns to Tristan Bates for its fifth year. Steve Furst’s one-man comedy show Steve Furst: In Character directed by Andrew[…]

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Casting announced for Chinglish by David Henry Hwang

Park Theatre 200 Wednesday 22nd March – Saturday 22nd April 2017 Gyuri Sarossy (The Rover RSC, Two Noble Kinsmen RSC, The Absence of War Headlong) and Candy Ma (Project New Earth, Chinese Arts Centre and[…]

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Happy Holidays from Arion Productions Ltd

We wanted to say a big thank you to everyone we have worked, learnt and met with throughout 2016, not to mention our growing network of #FriendsOfArion, artists, professionals and everyone who has supported us too. From[…]

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