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Features and Interviews

Here you’ll find our catalogue of interviews and features. We’ve interviewed numerous people we find interesting, and we’ve written about theatre events that have caught our imagination as well. So grab a cup of tea and have a good old browse!

Interview: Chloe Nelkin on Positivity and where we go from here

I think one of the things we will learn from this nightmare is the power of the people involved in the arts community Chloé Nelkin Consulting has been a leading name in the world of theatre PR since it was founded in 2010. A decade on and it’s a name that anyone involved in theatre is likely to have come across, having worked with countless shows and some of the best fringe venues in London. And right now, with theatreland ...

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Interview: The creators of unReal City talk virtual reality at BAC

Playing as part of BAC’s Going Global season, unReal City blends intimate live performance by learning disabled artists with virtual and mixed reality, exploring what personal connection means in a world that is increasingly digital. Prior to its opening on 2 March, the makers of the experience spoke to Everything Theatre about what audience members can expect when they plug in, and the relationship, both now and in the future, between theatre and virtual reality. unReal City is a virtual ...

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Interview – Writer Esohe Uwadiae on She Is A Place Called Home

Following its development on the VAULT Festival New Writers’ Programme 2019, a sold-out showcase at VAULT Festival 2019, and being shortlisted for the Untapped Award, She Is A Place Called Home is heading back to VAULT Festival 2020, 3– 8 March, for a seven-show run. Before it does, writer Esohe Uwadiae talked to Everything Theatre about the show’s development and its partnership with Solace Women’s Aid. So, tell us a little about the play. The show follows two British Nigerian ...

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Interview: Actor Kaidyn Hinds on ‘The Jury’

Following a successful run at Brindley Theatre, Runcorn, new musical The Jury is heading to London, opening at Upstairs at the Gatehouse on 4 February. The show follows twelve strangers on a jury in a case that will change them forever. During a short break in rehearsals, Everything Theatre caught up with actor Kaidyn Hinds to find out about the show, the importance of the trans community being better represented on stage, and whether his singing voice is ready for ...

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