Weekly Theatre Podcast: An Oak Tree, Violence and Son, Face the Music

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Every week, a group of regular, dedicated, independent theatre bloggers gather together for intelligent discussion “from the audience’s perspective” about plays and musicals they’ve recently seen in London. Lively, informed and entertaining.

My Theatre Mates is delighted to syndicate the (still) As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast (AYULTP).

Shows discussed (with timings) in this week’s podcast:

  1. Violence and Son – Royal Court Theatre Upstairs until 11 July [00:20]
  2. Face the Music – Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre, finished 3 July [10:23]
  3. An Oak Tree – Temporary Theatre, National Theatre until 15 July [24:33]

The bloggers taking part in this week’s discussion are:

 

As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast
Founded in January 2011 and produced by T R P Watson, the (still) As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast is recorded every Sunday and released the following week. Regular AYULTP talking heads include My Theatre Mate Johnny Fox, as well as Gareth James, Rev Stan and Phil from West End Whingers.

Watson explains: “The contributors to the podcast are mainly bloggers because I prefer things to be mostly ‘from the audience perspective’. I am happy to do (and have done a few) interviews and would do more but I don’t want to be too much of an insider.” For the full AYULTP archive, visit ayu-londontheatre.org.

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As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast
Founded in January 2011 and produced by T R P Watson, the (still) As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast is recorded every Sunday and released the following week. Regular AYULTP talking heads include My Theatre Mate Johnny Fox, as well as Gareth James, Rev Stan and Phil from West End Whingers.

Watson explains: “The contributors to the podcast are mainly bloggers because I prefer things to be mostly ‘from the audience perspective’. I am happy to do (and have done a few) interviews and would do more but I don’t want to be too much of an insider.” For the full AYULTP archive, visit ayu-londontheatre.org.

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