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).
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).
April 21, 2021
From a background with little exposure to theatre, Sinéad Smith joins us this week in Episode 4 of The Stagey Place talk about how doing work experience at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre opened up her eyes to a world backstage in Wardrobe.
We also chat about Phantom of the Opera, where Sinéad was the Dresser for the lead female character, Christine, and how life is treating her currently in Ireland, where she resides over lockdown.
You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@thestageyplace).
April 13, 2021
We're halfway through our third series, and I am delighted to have Amber Savva joining me in The Stagey Place Virtual Studio this week to talk about life as a Theatre Maker. From Assistant Producing to starring in films as a child actor, we chat all this and more, including how Lockdown taught Amber to host her own set up ready to record her very own Podcast, Riffs and Scripts, which she co-host with her friend and musician, Cole Bryant!
You can follow Amber on Instagram (@ambersavva) as well as Twitter (@MissSavva). You can also follow Amber's Podcast 'Riffs and Scripts' on Instagram (@riffsandscriptspod). You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).
April 6, 2021
From taking photos of your favourite West End Stars, to going above and beyond with the Dear Audience Book (A Coffee Book Sensation), and even a spot of vlogging along the way, Danny Kaan joins Eliott in The Stagey Place Virtual Studio to chat all this and so much more, in the hope to inspire the new generation of Theatre Photographers.
You can follow Danny on Social Media (Mainly Instagram) over at @danny_with_a_camera, @dannystheatrelife, and @dearaudience2020, where there you will be able to find more information about the Dear Audience Book, spoken about in the episode. You can also follow The Stagey Place over on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).
March 30, 2021
Series 3 has officially launched, and to begin this six-part run, we have the incredibly artistic Rebecca Pitt in the Stagey Place hot seat. Whilst some of you may not be familiar with her name, Rebecca's creative work is so universal, that you'll surely be familiar with her work within the industry, with some of her credits including Six, Amélie, the Mischief Comedy Productions, and The Mystery Agency. Rebecca has also regularly worked with Theatre Royal Stratford East, The Young Vic, Exeter Northcott Theatre and The Barn Theatre.
You can follow Rebecca's work over on her website, www.rebeccapitt.co.uk. You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).
December 30, 2020
It's the final episode of The Stagey Place for 2020 (I know, we can't believe it either) and in this final outing of the year, Eliott is in the studio by himself, as he reveals his personal rundown of his favourite Plays, Musicals, Fringe Productions, Online Streams, and Performers of The Year.
You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram & Twitter (@thestageyplace). Recorded and Edited by Eliott Sheppard. Additional Material from Bristol Old Vic SoundCloud Page.
December 19, 2020
Ho Ho Ho and Merry Stageymas Christmas from all of us here at The Stagey Place, aptly named Stageymas for the first of our two festive episodes for 2020. Joining Eliott back in the studio is Sarah Wells from Thirty Theatre, who was last on the podcast in Series One back in May this year.
In this festive edition, Eliott and Sarah chat about Christmas Traditions, Christmas Movies, The Ideal Theatrical Gifts for anyone stagey out there this holiday period, as well as giving a retrospective look back over the past year in the performative industry.
You can follow Sarah's stagey journey by checking out Thirty Theatre, a blog with the latest news and reviews from across the country, on Instagram (@thriftytheatrelondon), as well as The Stagey Place (@TheStageyPlace). This episode was Recorded and Edited by Eliott Sheppard (@eliottsheptravels). Podcast Consultation from Alexandra Pehako (@alexandrapehako).
November 18, 2020
In this penultimate episode of The Stagey Place for 2020, Eliott is joined in the virtual studio by G. Victoria Campbell, who throughout lockdown has developed and produced Treeson The Musical, and she's here to chat all about her experiences developing it with an international team of creatives. We also have exclusive sneak peeks with some of the tracks from the musical itself!
You can follow Treeson The Musical on Instagram and Twitter (@TreesonMusical). You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace). Read the rest of this entry »
October 21, 2020
From Writing, Producing and Editing their brand new musical TAKE ME BACK over Lockdown, as well as gearing up for the exciting online concert happening this weekend, entitled An Evening With Emerging Writers, Ceola Daly and Domicic Gray have struck gold in continuing to produce the most high quality of Musical Theatre goodness, excelling with their creative minds, and we are delighted to have the two join us here for an episode of The Stagey Place!
You can follow Ceola and Dom on their joint Instagram and Twitter profile (@GrayAndDaly), as well Red Piano Productions on Instagram (@redpianoproductions) and Twitter (@redpinaoprod). You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).