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In House

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In House celebrates the breadth of talent and creativity in London. Each week we feature London’s most innovative theatres, big and small, from powerhouses like the National Theatre to engine rooms of creativity like the New Diorama.

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Ep. 11 - The Yard

“When you’re young you’re at the edge of things. You feel so much. It’s why our youth makes such great theatre.” Danny Lee Wynter speaks with Jay Miller about the experimental, radical work that’s erupting from the Yard Theatre in Hackney - and why he’s so optimistic about the next generation of theatre makers.

Release date: 20 Sep 2018

Ep. 10 - Royal Court

This week we’re at the Royal Court to hear how this one theatre transformed the industry by putting new writing at the heart of programming. Bridget chats to Chris Campbell, Head of the Royal Court’s Literary Office, about the theatre’s legacy of risk taking – and where it’s going next.

Release date: 13 Sep 2018

Ep. 9 - Graeae

Jess Thom goes in-house at Graeae, the award-winning theatre company that profiles the skills, excellence and professionalism of deaf and disabled artists. She chats to Jenny Sealey, Graeae’s Artistic Director, about the importance of putting disabled artists centre stage - and never taking no for an answer.

Release date: 6 Sep 2018  ·  Transcript for this episode

Ep. 8 - National Theatre

“Casting is the nerve-centre of the theatre.” Mark Shenton goes behind the scenes of the National Theatre to speak to Head of Casting (and human-encyclopedia) Alastair Coomer.

Release date: 30 Aug 2018

Ep. 7 - Gate Theatre

“It feels like a theatre that can be led by an artist” Terri Paddock speaks to Ellen McDougall as she embarks on her second season as Artistic Director of the Gate Theatre.

Release date: 23 Aug 2018

Ep. 6 - Theatre503

How do you capture the zeitgeist? Bridget Minamore chats to Lisa Spirling, Artistic Director, about keeping your finger on the pulse and making rapid theatrical responses to the issues that matter.

Release date: 16 Aug 2018

Ep. 5 - King’s Head

Terri Paddock speaks to Adam Spreadbury-Maher, the Artistic Director of the King’s Head, about the history of London’s first pub theatre and how it is transforming itself through a new capital development.

Release date: 9 Aug 2018  ·  Transcript for this episode

Ep. 4 - Ovalhouse

Bridget Minamore is in South London, visiting one of the first theatres she ever stepped inside. Mahri Reilly, Head of Learning and Participation, joins her to discuss how Ovalhouse works with young people to get them involved in theatre - and how the role of arts in the community has changed under the strain of government austerity.

Release date: 2 Aug 2018

Ep. 3 - Arcola

Terri Paddock speaks to Mehmet Ergen, Artistic Director, about the founding of the Arcola, and how it has built a reputation for making theatre that is locally engaged and internationally minded.

Release date: 26 Jul 2018

Ep. 2 - Battersea Arts Centre

Jess Thom visits Battersea Arts Centre where she is joined by Lekan Lawal, Liz Moreton and Henrietta Imoreh. They discuss the future of artistic leadership, community engagement and the philosophy of scratch.

Release date: 19 Jul 2018  ·  Transcript for this episode

Ep. 1 - New Diorama

In House begins, as so many young theatre makers do, at the New Diorama. Terri Paddock is joined by Artistic Director David Byrne, talking about the ethos of London's only theatre that's dedicated to nurturing theatre companies and ensembles.

Release date: 12 Jul 2018  ·  Transcript for this episode

In House Teaser

In House celebrates the breadth of talent and creativity in London. Each week we feature London’s most innovative theatres, big and small, from powerhouses like the National Theatre to engine rooms of creativity like the New Diorama.

Release date: 9 Jul 2018

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