The Stagey Place
S4 Ep7 I Polly Creed

S4 Ep7 I Polly Creed

November 16, 2021

This week on The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by Polly Creed, the writer of Humane, currently playing it's final week at The Pleasance Downstairs.

Polly is an award-winning playwright, predominantly interested in writing on environmental and socially-engaged themes. In 2018, her play The Empty Chair was featured in The Independent, The Scotsman, and was selected as one of Lyn Gardner's picks of the Fringe. It was winner of Best Writing at the London Student Drama Festival and was shortlisted for a Sit-Up award at the Edinburgh Fringe. Her work has been performed at the Duchess Theatre in the West End.  In 2020, she was shortlisted by the Royal Court for their writers' group.

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S4 Ep6 I Ben Simpson

S4 Ep6 I Ben Simpson

October 26, 2021

This week on The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by Ben Simpson, Director of the current UK Tour of Not: Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Having started off as an Edinburgh Fringe show back in 2017, the show has had numerous runs across the country in the years following, and in this episode, we chat to Ben about how the process has changed over those years, plus what advice he would pass down to a younger self.

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S 4 Ep 5 I Hannah Benson

S 4 Ep 5 I Hannah Benson

October 12, 2021

This week on The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by Hannah Benson, one of the Artistic Director's of Burnt Lemon Theatre, and Director of Tokyo Rose, which is currently playing at The Southwark Playhouse in London, until Saturday 16th October, before then embarking on a tour! 

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S 4 Ep 4 I Nat Graham and Alys Whitehead

S 4 Ep 4 I Nat Graham and Alys Whitehead

October 6, 2021

This week on The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by Nat Graham and Alys Whitehead, the Assistant Director and Performance Designer of Snowflakes, which is a Dissident Theatre Production, and currently playing at The Old Red Lion in London, until Saturday 16th October. 

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S4 Ep 3 I Carolyn Lloyd-Davies

S4 Ep 3 I Carolyn Lloyd-Davies

September 28, 2021

TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains talk about Violence and Rape.

This week on The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by Carolyn Lloyd-Davies, the Playwright and Producer of Penetration, which is currently playing at The Cockpit Theatre in London, until Saturday 9th October. We talk about Carolyn's love for Fringe Theatre, as well as her inspirations behind her latest production.

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S4 Ep 2 I Robert Holtom

S4 Ep 2 I Robert Holtom

September 21, 2021

In our Second Episode of Series Four, Robert Holtom joins Eliott in The Stagey Place Virtual Studio to chat about their Murder Mystery Inspirations from back at University, as well as their love of The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, right through to talking about their upcoming run of Dumbledore Is So Gay at The Pleasance, in which they are credited as Playwright.

You can follow Dumble Is So Gay on Twitter and Instagram (@DISG_Play), as well as The Stagey Place (@TheStageyPlace).

S4 Ep 1 I Piers Black

S4 Ep 1 I Piers Black

September 14, 2021

The Stagey Place is back, and we're into the flow of it all now as we hit our fourth series!

Joining Eliott on the show this week, we have Writer and Director Piers Black, who has worked in the past in venues such as The Lyric Hammersmith, The Royal Exchange in Manchester, The Almeida Theatre, and The National Theatre. His latest piece of work, Catching Comets, is having it's London Premiere at The Pleasance Theatre, after rave reviews from The Edinburgh Fringe's 2019 Festival, and we chat about all this, and so much more.

You can follow Pier's work by heading over to www.piersblack.com, as well on Twitter (@PBlackHawkins). You can also follow The Stagey Place on Instagram & Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).

S3 Ep 6 I Sam Diaz

S3 Ep 6 I Sam Diaz

May 5, 2021

As we reach the end of this current series of The Stagey Place, Video & Audio Producer Sam Diaz wraps up this run of episodes with talk of why streaming has become such a powerful and predominant feature for our industry throughout the lockdowns.

 

You can follow Sam on Instagram and Twitter (@IAmSamDiaz), as well as his website samdiaz.co.uk. You can also follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).

S3 Ep 5 I Jake Waby

S3 Ep 5 I Jake Waby

April 28, 2021

It's the penultimate episode of Series 3, and joining Eliott in The Stagey Place studio this week is Video Producer Jake Waby, whose credits include Intermissions, West End Does, and the reopening announcement video for Everybody's Talking About Jamie.

 

To catch all of Jake's work, you can follow him on Instagram (@jakewaby), or why not check out his website, jw.productions, where there you'll find information and clips from all of Jake's projects. You can also follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@thestageyplace).

 

BONUS EP: Musical The Musical

BONUS EP: Musical The Musical

April 23, 2021

In this special bonus episode of The Stagey Place, Eliott is joined by the creative team behind Musical The Musical, who talk about recording tracks over lockdown, and how they've managed to perform concerts outdoors whilst in the midst of a pandemic, whilst based in Massachusetts.

On May 8th, Musical The Musical will be streaming worldwide their upcoming concert, at 4pm EST / 8PM GMT. To book tickets, head over to www.musicalthemusical.org/concert.

You can follow Musical The Musical on Instagram (@musical.themusical). You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).

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