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In this episode writer and producer David Micklem talks to Jackie Wylie, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of National Theatre of Scotland. The National Theatre of Scotland is a theatre without walls set up 15 years ago to make exceptional, audacious, collaborative theatre that represents the complexity of modern Scotland, and to take that thea…
 
In this episode, Claire Doherty talks with Wesley Enoch, Artistic Director of the Sydney Festival. A proud Noonuccal Nuugi man, Wesley Enoch has been responsible for some of Australia’s best-known indigenous theatre productions. He was appointed as the Artistic Director of Sydney Festival in 2016 following his direction of the Queensland Theatre Co…
 
In this episode writer and producer David Micklem talks to Tania El Khoury. Tania is a live artist based in London and Beirut. Over 15 years she has created a body of interactive installations and performances in which the audience is an active collaborator. Her solo work has been translated into multiple languages and shown in 32 countries. She is…
 
Philadelphia-based curator and author, Nato Thompson was chief curator at Creative Time 2007-2017 and recently has been developing ideas for a civically engaged contemporary museum in Philadelphia. His Instagram Live series - Let's Talk Alternatives - has brought together change-makers, activists and artists globally. Here Nato talks candidly about…
 
In this episode writer and producer David Micklem talks to Farooq Chaudhry – co-founder of the world-renowned Akram Khan dance company and one of the UK’s leading producers. Through a 20 year collaboration, Farooq has built a company that has provided the optimum conditions for Akram’s development as an artist. He’s built a complex web of relations…
 
In this episode, Claire Doherty talks to Nina Simon, author of The Participatory Museum and the Art of Relevance, and formerly transformational Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH) and now CEO of OF/BY/FOR ALL - a movement for more inclusive community-centred cultural organisations world-wide. They discuss how OF/BY/…
 
In this episode writer and producer David Micklem talks to Olivia Lee – Project Manager of Contact’s The Agency, creative activist, DJ, dancer and all round force for good. Olivia talks passionately about the complexities of life as a young mixed-race woman, and the simple steps we might take to conquer systemic and systematic racism in our society…
 
Whose stories are you reading? What's going to change that? Publisher Sharmaine Lovegrove, Head of Dialogue Books and co-founder of Black Writers Guild, talks to Claire Doherty about her work to reform the publishing industry. They talk about the barriers to change, what Covid might spark in new fiction and when, the passion it takes to shake up th…
 
Performance artist Bryony Kimmings talks with writer and producer David Micklem about what might tempt her back into making theatre again. In this podcast she pleads with those that hold the power in theatres to better respond to the needs and wants of local audiences. She argues for the better payment of all artists, and their future role in getti…
 
Opera and theatre director Adele Thomas and artist and director Marc Rees reimagine the future of Welsh arts and theatre – calling for a radical reinvention of how and where theatre takes place. They talk about the rising voice of freelance artists and theatre-makers, Welsh leadership in site-specific practice and how we might reimagine theatre emb…
 
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