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Jorin Garguilo - Ep#67

Jorin Garguilo - Ep#67

November 29, 2022

It's rare that we get a chance to chat with Improvisors but we aim to take the chance whenever we can. Jorin has been doing improv since 1991 and Chris had the opportunity to take two classes with him at the Robin Hood International Improv festival in Nottingham in September 2022. He too the opportunity to ask him tto come onto the show and we really appreciate him saying yes. Jorin gave us such a wordy, cerebal and fun conversation about his history with Improv and creativity.

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Tom Brennan - Ep#66

Tom Brennan - Ep#66

October 31, 2022

It's not often that we get to chat with theatre makers and this can be because they are usually very busy people. You have to also remember that they often perform multiple jobs to do what they do amongst other things like real life. So it's a great pleasure to be able to talk to Tom Brennan who is one of the founding members of the Wardrobe Ensemble.

Tom talks to us about how the ensemble works together. If it's easier to deal with historic subjects, where the heat is and how that can tell you that you are onto something. We can't thank Tom enough for giving us some of his time and look forward to seeing more content produced by the ensemble.

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Matt Emeny - Ep#19

Matt Emeny - Ep#19

April 3, 2020

Welcome to our April episode where most of the world seems to be in some sort of lockdown (including the UK). We hope that you are well and employing some sort of social distancing.

We had this interview with Matt Emeny already recorded and obviously, we want to bring it to you so that you can check out his work. Matt makes his own theatre productions, acts and would love to direct his own movies. Chris has been working with Matt for the past few months as part of the theatre training that Matt provides with The Natural Theatre Company on some devised theatre. Matt's work in ranges from fun children's theatre the Father Christmas Workshop (2019) to the more Back Page that explores human trafficking in the West Country.

Matt talks about the challenges and stereotypes that are associated with Dyslexia. He has certainly found ways to dispel them and make his condition work for him to be a more natural performer.

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