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Peter Glanville Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Peter Glanville from Polka Theatre about their new show for younger children, ‘Maanika & The Wolf’. Read the Q&A here.

Basil Brush Q&A

There’s loads happening at The Stage In The Park in Watford this weekend, including two shows by Basil Brush. Caro had a chat with that veteran entertainer, read the Q&A here.

Sudha Bhuchar Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Sudha Bhuchar about two projects she’s doing this month, one at Tara Theatre and the other at Jermyn Street. Read the Q&A here.

Edmund Dehn Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Edmund Dehn of And Tomorrow Theatre Company about their five instalment online series of films ‘Lear Alone’. Read the interview here.

SWK Fest tipped

There’s lots of festival stuff to look forward to in London this week, including from Southwark Playhouse’s SWK Fest. Read more about that, and other live and streaming culture, in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

Cian Binchy Q&A

This week Caro spoke to performer Cian Binchy about the Performance Making Diploma For Learning Disabled And Autistic Adults from Access All Areas and the Royal Central School Of Speech And Drama, ahead of the deadline for course applications tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Hannah Khalil Q&A

Caro recently spoke to writer Hannah Khalil about her play ‘Bitterenders’, a staging of which will be streaming via stream.theatre from Arcola Theatre later this week, directed by Maxine Peake. Read the interview here.

Sue Buckmaster Q&A

This Week Caro spoke to Sue Buckmaster from Theatre-Rites about their show at Manchester International Festival, which will also be available online. Read the Q&A here.

Annabelle Hollingdale Q&A

A brand new musical called ‘From Here’ opens at Chiswick Playhouse this week – and Caro chatted to director Annabelle Hollingdale about it. Read the Q&A here.

Annabel Carberry QA

This week Caro spoke to Annabel Carberry from Lost In Translation Circus about the company’s tenth anniversary tour and upcoming shows at Wandsworth Arts Fringe. Read the Q&A here.

Claire Stone Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Claire Stone, curator of Clean Break Theatre Company’s upcoming exhibition celebrating forty years of its work. Read the Q&A here.

Stratford Circus tipped

If you’re looking for from-home entertainment for small people, Stratford Circus might have just the thing for you in ‘We Cover The Universe’, with two performances tomorrow. Read about that and other digital work in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Tara Theatre tipped

We’re very interested in seeing Tara Theatre’s ‘2020’ series, three collections of newly commissioned works covering a variety of lockdown themes. Read more about that and other live and socially distanced culture in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

Tayo Aluko tipped

If you’re looking for some theatre to see this weekend, may we suggest ‘Call Mr Robeson’ or ‘Just An Ordinary Lawyer’ at Greenwich Theatre, both by the brilliant Tayo Aluko? Read about those and other live theatre in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

Charlotte Everest Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Charlotte Everest, who is directing Laura Horton’s ‘Labyrinth Diet’, on as part of the Foreword Festival at The Space. Read the Q&A here.

We Missed You tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘We Missed You’ from clowning duo Julia Masli and Viggo Venn, available from this evening as part of Camden People’s Theatre’s Sprint Digital Festival. Read more about that, and other online culture, in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Rhiannon Faith Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Rhiannon Faith, whose dance-theatre piece ‘Drowntown’ has been made into a film streaming via Barbican Centre this week ahead of a virtual tour. Read the Q&A here.

I And The Village Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Natalie Chan, Darren Donohue and the team behind ‘I And The Village’, a new play being staged as The Bread & Roses Theatre’s first post-lockdown show. Read the Q&A here.

Laura Horton Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Laura Horton about her ‘Theatre Stories’ campaign, which highlights the importance of theatres to local communities – and challenges accepted ideas about who theatre is for and who benefits from it. Read the Q&A here.

20 Stories High Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Julia Samuels and James Cast, both involved in 20 Stories High’s ‘Touchy’, a collection of theatrical films being released on a weekly basis until 10 Jun. Read the Q&A here.

Handlebards tipped

The brilliant Handlebards are headed to Greenwich Theatre this Friday to perform their irreverent version of ‘Romeo & Juliet’. Read more about that and other recommendations for socially distanced performances in our Three To See tips here.

Lisa Caruccio Came Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Lisa Caruccio Came from Two Lines Productions about the company’s first project, a Zoom-based staging of ‘Waiting For Lefty’ that kicks off tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Sorrows Of Satan tipped

Musical fans may well be interested to hear about ‘The Sorrows Of Satan’ – online from 5-9 May – from the same team behind streaming hit ‘The Fabulist Fox Sister’. Read more about that and other digital culture in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Natasha Rickman Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Natasha Rickman, director of Creation Theatre’s latest digital show ‘Romeo And Juliet’, which is being staged in mid-May in partnership with Watford Palace Theatre. Read the Q&A here.

Sexy Lamp tipped

We are looking forward to Katie Arnstein’s ‘Sexy Lamp’, an edfringe and Vault Festival success that will be live streamed this evening via Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre, and then be available on demand next month. Read more about that and other streaming culture in our Three To Stream tips here.

William Townsend Q&A

This week Caro spoke to William Townsend from GymJam about their upcoming, rather intriguing, online show. Read the Q&A here.

Beyond Face tipped

We’re looking forward to taking in dance/spoken word piece ‘The Elephant In The Room’ from Beyond Face as of Saturday. Read more about that and other streaming culture in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Adam Welsh Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Adam Welsh about ‘No Future’, streaming via Camden People’s Theatre from today. Read the Q&A here.

One More Edit tipped

Dance fans out there will be interested to hear about ‘One More Edit’, coming soon via Impermanence and Bristol Old Vic. Read about that and other online culture in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Thick ‘n’ Fast Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Cassie Symes and Georgina Thomas – aka Thick ‘n’ Fast – about their upcoming show ‘General Secretary’, which will be streamed online via Applecart Arts from Thursday. Read the Q&A here.

Ross McGregor Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Ross McGregor from Arrows & Traps, whose festival of Greek myth-based plays ‘Talking Gods’ starts on Monday. Read the Q&A here.

Eggs On Legs tipped

Parents and carers looking for child-focused entertainment for the holidays might want to consider ‘Eggs On Legs’ via Little Angel Theatre. Read all about that and other online entertainment in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

A Blue Something tipped

Coming up in digital theatre via The Space is ‘A Blue Something’ by Magali Jeger, on from 30 Mar to 1 Apr. Read more about that and other streaming culture in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Alice Nottage Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Alice Nottage of Tablespoon Theatre about their online festival Potluck, which kicks off today. Read the Q&A here.

Best Medicine tipped

The Best Medicine Festival – from Angel Comedy, Objectively Funny and Dave – starts today. Read more about it in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Hot In Here tipped

We’re rather intrigued by the sound of ‘Hot In Here (A Carbon-neutral Dance Party)’, streaming via Camden People’s Theatre this weekend. Read more about that and other online culture in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Ian Hallard Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Ian Hallard, writer and star of new comical play ‘Adventurous’, available via Jermyn Street and stream.theatre from today. Read the Q&A here.

Things I Am Not tipped

If you’re looking for something compelling to listen to this week, may we suggest audio story podcast ‘Things I Am Not’ from LegalAliens Theatre? Read more about that, and other online-accessible culture, in our Three To Stream tips here.

Clare Norburn Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Clare Norburn of The Telling, about her play ‘Love In The Lockdown’, which is being released in instalments via the internet over the next few weeks. Read the Q&A here.

StAnza tipped

Poetry fans may well be interested to know that Scotland’s poetry festival StAnza is happening online this year and is beginning tomorrow. Read about that and other online culture in our Three To Stream tips here.

Rosie Wilby Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Rosie Wilby, who is doing a special recording on Monday of her fab podcast ‘The Breakup Monologues’. Read the Q&A here.

Creation Theatre tipped

The brilliant Creation Theatre have a new digital production that started this week and it promises to be rather dark: read more about ‘Grimm Tales For Fragile Times And Broken People’, and other online culture, in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Douglas Deans Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Douglas Deans, whose play ‘24.23.22.’ is being produced as part of the prolific Chronic Insanity’s play-a-month project. Read the interview here.

Jonny Awsum tipped

Lots to look forward to in the last week of the Leicester Comedy Festival, including an appearance by TW favourite Jonny Awsum. Read about his show, and other festival fare, in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Outside tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘Outside’ by Gabrielle McPherson, which begins a digital run via The Space this week. Read more about that, and other recommended online accessible theatre, in our Three To Stream tips here.

Esther Manito tipped

Lots more to take in at the online Leicester Comedy Festival this week, including a show from the super Esther Manito. Read more about that, and other online comedy events, in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Jack McNemara Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Jack McNemara of New Perspectives about their latest intriguing project ‘Love Down The Line’. Read the Q&A here.

Steve Roe Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Steve Roe from Hoopla about the company’s online improv classes, and more. Read the Q&A here.

The Dark Room tipped

The Leicester Comedy Festival can’t happen ‘in the flesh’ this year, but the good news is, it’s happening online and it starts today. And it features loads of TW faves including John Robertson’s ‘The Dark Room’. Read all about it in our Three To Stream tips here.

Pass It On tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘Pass It On’, streaming via The Space from 4-6 Feb. It’s a collection of monologues from emerging creatives: read more about it, and other online culture, in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Mother Redbeard tipped

If you’re looking for family entertainment this week, you might be interested in Funnelwick Limb’s ‘Quest For Old Mother Redbeard’, an augmented reality story game from poet Murray Lachlan Young and Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll. Read more about that and other digital culture in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Athena Stevens Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Athena Stevens, creator of ‘Late Night Staring At High Res Pixels’, a digital production released in instalments via Finborough Theatre, starting 1 Feb. Read the Q&A here.

Your Place tipped

If you’re looking for some comedy for the weekend, may we suggest Your Place Comedy featuring Tim FitzHigham, Josie Long and Ahir Shah? Read more about that and other shows in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Charles Pamment Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Charles Pamment of theSpaceUK about the Edinburgh Fringe venue group’s current season of online culture. Read the Q&A here.

Luke Wright tipped

Don’t miss TW fave Luke Wright doing a one off performance of ‘The Ballad Seller’ tomorrow night. Read more about the show, and other online culture, in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

theSpaceUK tipped

We’re looking forward to taking in shows all this month available as part of a new season of online culture being presented by Edinburgh Fringe venue theSpaceUK – including comedy from Sally Ann Hall. Read all our recommendations in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Genevieve Carver tipped

You can take in edfringe/Vault success ‘A Beautiful Way To Be Crazy’ from Genevieve Carver and The Unsung via The Cockpit at the moment. Read more about that and other online culture in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Augmented tipped

There’s loads of stuff happening online this week via the Unlimited festival from Southbank Centre and we’ve been tipping events from it, including the fab-looking ‘Augmented’. Read about it in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Public Domain tipped

You’ve only got a short time to take in ‘Public Domain’ via Southwark Playhouse this week, so make sure you get 16-18 Jan in your diary. Read about it, and other quality streaming entertainment, in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Ross Drury Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Ross Drury of Living Record Productions about The Living Record Festival, which begins online on Sunday. Read the Q&A here.

Phacelia Ensemble tipped

Classical fans may be interested to read about Conway Hall’s upcoming online Sunday concert featuring The Phacelia Ensemble. Read more about that and other at-home culture in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Shielders tipped

Have you seen Matilda Ibini’s ‘Shielders’ yet, available via the Traverse Online Festival? If not, it’s available until the end of the month. Read about that and other theatrical streaming options in our Three To Stream recommendations right here

Mahsuri tipped

Malaysian/British creatives Liver & Lung will be streaming their musical short film ‘Mahsuri’ in a few days time. Read more about that, and other online culture, in our Three To Stream recommendations here.

Collywobblers tipped

If you’re in dire need of some January jollity we have a comedy night recommendation for you, courtesy of Collywobblers Comedy, with Stephanie Lorence among the line-up. Read more about this and other streaming entertainment in our Three To Stream tips right here.

Silvia Mercuriali Q&A

This week’s Caro Meets Q&A is with Silvia Mercuriali, creator of ‘Swimming Home’, an immersive theatrical experience for you to absorb in your bathroom! Read the interview here.