The Show People Podcast: Scott Garnham is too working class (1st Birthday Episode)

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The Show People Podcast is one year old! That’s right The Show People Podcast celebrates one year of bringing you special theatre guests every fortnight and shining a spotlight on the UK performing arts and joining host Andrew Keates this time is Scott Garnham.

Scott is both a performer and an entrepreneur. He along with his business partner Simon Schofield formed Sisco Entertainment to supply elite, creative and original entertainment for the professional theatre industry and corporate market. Their shows take West End performers all around the world, enjoy West End residencies, international cruises and they are the creators of The Barricade Boys.

Scott talks about growing up in Yorkshire, training at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and appearing in the original production of Stiles and Drewe’s Honk! at the Scarborough Theatre as well as his early theatre experiences and how he uses both business strategies as well as his creativity to serve his career.

Theatre credits include Tony in Billy Elliot (UK Tour & Germany), Baron Felix Von Gaigern in Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse), Edgar Beane in Titanic (Princess of Wales, Toronto), Buddy Cortina in Made in Dagenham (Adelphi, West End), Feuilly understudy Enjolras and Marius in Les Misérables (Queens, West End), I Can’t Sing (London Palladium, West End), J. Pierrepont Finch in How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (City of London Festival), Jest End (Waterloo East), The 25th Anniversary of Les Misérables (O2 Arena), Jose Reize in Never Forget (UK Tour), Ronan Corr in Eurobeat (Novello, West End), Jason in Jason and the Argonauts (New Victory, New York), Hunter in [title of show] (UK Premiere, Landor Theatre), Mr Lindquist in A Little Night Music (Yvonne Arnaud) and many others.

The boys discuss the problems with class, the lack of new British musical theatre, why musical theatre performers shouldn’t necessarily expect to be cast in TV and plays and how Scott seems to always close shows once he’s been cast in them!

Episode features include:

Dramatic News:
Andrew covers latest dramatic news, including the Show People Podcast’s 1st Birthday, a new Artistic Director for The Lyric, Hammersmith and news about Arion’s upcoming masterclass with Julie Atherton.

The Platform:
Today’s platform is given to In Between – a new musical by Alanya Bridge and a song called Along Came The Light performed by Mikki Sodergren.

Show People Podcast Challenges:
We discover what Scott Garnham would need to survive if stranded in tour in Whitley Bay and ask him hysterical and outrageous questions in our famous Funny Five Minutes game.

Social Media:
Twitter:
Andrew Keates: @AndrewKeates, Scott Garnham: @scottgarnham, Sisco Entertainment: @SiscoEnts, Alanya Bridge: @Alanya_Bridge, The Show People Podcast: @ShowPeopleUK, Arion Productions: @ArionProds, Portfolio Masterclasses: @PortfolioLondon and use #ShowPeoplePodcast.
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Links:
Show People Photography by Scott Rylander: www.scottrylander.com
Arion Productions/Show People Donate Link: www.arion-productions.com/donate
Arion Productions/Show People Shop: www.arion-producitons.com/shop
Portfolio Masterclasses: www.arion-productions.com/portfolio
Arion Productions GoFundMe Fundraising Campaign: www.gofundme.com/support-arion-productions
Andrew Keates’ Website: www.andrewkeates.co.uk
Scott Garnham’s Website: www.scottgarnham.com
Sisco Entertainment: www.siscoentertainment.com
Alanya Bridge Website: www.alanyabridge.com

Contact Us:
Do you want to get in touch with the Show People Podcast? You can contact us at info@arion-productions.com

Support:
All profits from the Show People Podcast go toward supporting Arion Productions Ltd to create opportunities and resources for theatre-makers. If you enjoy the podcast and can support this independent theatre company, please make a donation by visiting www.arion-productions.com/donate or via our GoFundMe campaign at www.gofundme.com/support-arion-productions

Shop:
Head over to our new shop to purchase your very own Show People Podcast merchandise, including mugs and pens. All profits go toward Arion Productions Ltd and covering the costs of the Show People Podcast. http://www.arion-productions.com/shop

Sponsor:
Would you like to sponsor the Show People Podcast and advertise on the show? Please get in touch by e-mailing info@arion-productions.com

Next Episode:
The Show People Podcast is a fortnightly podcast. The next episode will be released Monday 24th September 2018.

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Andrew Keates is a multi award-winning director. His West End credits include: As Is (Trafalgar Studios), Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre), Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios). Other credits include: Chinglish (Park Theatre), Steve Furst: In Character, Rooms: a rock romance (Finborough Theatre), A Winter’s Tale, The Thing About Men and The Hired Man (Landor Theatre), Bent, Just So (Tabard Theatre).

Andrew was the theatre manager and artistic consultant of the Landor Theatre for over three years. He is the current artistic director of Arion Productions, through which he launched the Show People Podcast in 2017. The free bi-weekly podcast shines a spotlight on the UK performing arts industry and to those dedicated to their craft within it. It's on Twitter at @ShowPeopleUK. In addition, Andrew tweets at @andrewkeates and his personal website is www.andrewkeates.co.uk.
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Andrew Keates
Andrew Keates is a multi award-winning director. His West End credits include: As Is (Trafalgar Studios), Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre), Dessa Rose (Trafalgar Studios). Other credits include: Chinglish (Park Theatre), Steve Furst: In Character, Rooms: a rock romance (Finborough Theatre), A Winter’s Tale, The Thing About Men and The Hired Man (Landor Theatre), Bent, Just So (Tabard Theatre).

Andrew was the theatre manager and artistic consultant of the Landor Theatre for over three years. He is the current artistic director of Arion Productions, through which he launched the Show People Podcast in 2017. The free bi-weekly podcast shines a spotlight on the UK performing arts industry and to those dedicated to their craft within it. It's on Twitter at @ShowPeopleUK. In addition, Andrew tweets at @andrewkeates and his personal website is www.andrewkeates.co.uk.

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