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Playlist: ET radio show 2 June 2021

Interviews

These are audio interviews that were broadcast during the show.

Laura Horton, playwright of Labyrinth Diet. Two parts.

You can read more about this play and Laura Horton in our written interview here. You can book tickets to watch Labyrinth Diet via the Space website here for tickets to watch live at the venue, or here for tickets to watch the livestream. Full details on the website.

Mary Pollard, reviewer for Everything Theatre – links provided are to the written reviews on our site.

Part 1 – review of Shaw Shorts

Part 2 – review of I and the Village

Part 3 – discussion of online theatre

Part 4 – discussion on Little Angel Theatre & The Wolves in the Walls

Other Shows Mentioned

Links are for reviews, unless noted otherwise.

Music Playlist

  • Life – Excites Me
  • All We Are – Burn It All Out
  • Alfie Templeman – Everybody’s Gonna Love Somebody
  • Adwaith – Lipstick Coch
  • Indian Queens – Us Against The World
  • Moderate Rebels – These Are The Good Times
  • Penfriend – Seventeen
  • Steve Mason – America Is Your Boyfriend
  • Elbow – White Noise White Heat
  • Fujiya & Miyagi – Transparent Things
  • Haelos – End of World Party
  • Young Husband – Modern Lie
  • Orange Juice – Rip It Up
  • Nitin Sawhney – You Are
  • Ian McNabb – You Bring Good Things
  • We Are Scientists – One In One Out
  • Penelope Isles – Chlorine
  • Eyre Llew & In The Endless Zanhyang We Are – Moeve
  • Lorde – Green Light
  • The Horrors – Still Life

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