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Wow I have not updated in a long time!

Ok, tonight when I get home I will update will all the podcasts we've done since the last time I updated (which is a hell of a lot!)

In the mean time, please go to http://www.stageleft.org.uk for the latest podcasts, which include Cassie Compton, Nikki Davis-Jones, Kieran Brown, and our very first music video!

Podcast updates
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I've been very busy recently that I've not had time to update with the latest podcasts, so here is the bumper version!

Episode 010
Episode 10, introduced by Tim "Proddy" Prottey-Jones this week we speak to the A Stage Kindly people up their upcoming events and then we speak to the talented Ian Carlyle who plays Brit in the West End musical We Will Rock You

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Video Podcast 003
We cover the Work in Process 1 event put on by Iris Theatre in London, because of the size and the amount of great content we have split this into two podcasts! In this weeks episode we have Joe Sterling, Tim Prottey-Jones and Natalie Casey



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There are also some exclusive videos on YouTube.


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Podcast 009
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In Episode 9 we speak to Andy Barnes about Perfect Pitch Musicals and Departure Lounge.

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Founded in 2006, Perfect Pitch runs a full artistic programme and has fully established itself on the landscape of the musical theatre genre. We focus on developing new musicals by British writers. They are developed through a series of workshops, readings, creative and dramaturgical input, showcases and production opportunities in collaboration and in partnership with theatre and non-theatre organisations around the UK. We also actively promote our emerging writers and creatives through concerts, productions, publication and licensing of the new musicals.

http://perfectpitchmusicals.com

Departure Lounge:
Delayed at Malaga Airport after a week in the sun to celebrate their graduation from school, four less-than-innocent 18 year olds caught between adolescence and adulthood reminisce about their time together. It soon becomes clear that their individual memories of the holiday are at odds, particularly when it comes to romance and the girl on all their minds…. Is she as innocent as we’re lead to think and will the boys friendships hold firm as they all face a coming of age?

The production has received rave reviews and played to sold-out houses at the Edinburgh Festival, The Summer Play Festival in New York and had a 6 week run at the Royal George Cabaret Theatre, Chicago by the Balliwick Chicago company.

Autumn 2010 saw the first fully staged London production of the show starring Chris Fountain, Verity Rushworth, Jack Shallo, Liam Tamne and Stevie Webb at the new Waterloo East Theatre

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Episode 2 of our Video Podcasts our Olivier Award special. We have interviews with: Roger Allam, Jill Halfpenny, Sarah Goldberg, Sierra Boggess and Danielle Hope.

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The Laurence Olivier Award (or simply the Olivier Award) is presented annually by the Society of London Theatre to recognise excellence in professional theatre. Named after the renowned British actor Laurence Olivier, they are given for West End shows and other productions staged in London. The Olivier Awards are recognised internationally as the highest honor in British theatre and are considered to be the theatre industry equivalent of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts for television and film in terms of theatre, they are the British equivalent of Broadway's Tony Awards.

Roger Allam
Roger Allam (born 26 October 1953) is an English actor, known primarily for his stage career, although he has performed in film and television. He played Inspector Javert in the original London production of the stage musical Les Misérables.

Jill Halfpenny
Jill Halfpenny (born 15 July 1975) is an English actress. Halfpenny is best known for her roles as Rebecca Hopkins in the British soap opera Coronation Street from 1999-2000, and as Kate Mitchell (née Morton) in rival soap EastEnders, from 2002-2005. She has appeared on television regularly since the early 1990s in serials such as Byker Grove, Coronation Street, EastEnders and Waterloo Road.

Sierra Boggess
Sierra Boggess (born May 20, 1982) is an American theater actress and soprano singer. She was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, with her two sisters, Summer and Allegra. The three of them were members of the Colorado Children's Chorale. Her parents are Kellun Turner and Michael Boggess. She attended George Washington High School and graduated from Millikin University with a BFA in musical theater.

Danielle Hope
Danielle Hope (born 26 April 1992) is an English actress and singer. She is the winner of the BBC talent contest Over The Rainbow and as a result is currently playing the part of Dorothy in the new Andrew Lloyd Webber production of The Wizard of Oz, which began performances in the West End at the London Palladium in February 2011.

Comic Relief
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Please follow Stage Left on twitter at stageleftpod. For every new follower we get this week, we will be donating £1 to Comic Relief (excluding spammers and bots). We started at 161, and already have 3 new followers. So follow us! It's for a good cause, and you might find something you like!

Podcast 008
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In this weeks episode we meet up with the good people at Iris Theatre and they talk about their showcast on the 17th March. We also speak to Adam and talk about their Mash-up Cabaret on the 20th March. Mash-Up Cabaret sees an amazing line-up of West End performers singing songs from the shows "mashed-up", in brand new arrangements, with songs from the world of Pop, Jazz and R&B. Acts are accompanied by a fantastic 5-piece fusion band and a talented ensemble. And finally, we speak to the gorgeous Helena Blackman about her new CD The Sound of Rodgers & Hammerstein.

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In this, our first video podcast, we speak to Stephanie Fearon who dishes up the dirt on her audition for television, when she decided to start entertaining and much much more. Not only that, but included for free is Stephanie singing a wonderful duet with Tim Prottey-Jones.

Make sure you check out her album: My Parade at Dress Circle.

Thank you to Dress Circle for allowing us to interview Stephanie!



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This week we're delighted to bring you to great interviews. We speak to the talented Chris Passey about his new charity project. Later in the show we speak with Ashleigh Gray, we speak about Wicked and what she is up to. We also have exciting news from Perfect Pitch Musicals.

About Chris Passey
A self taught pianist, Chris is a West Midlands based Composer/Lyricist, Musical Director and Vocal Coach.

Chris has a natural love for Musical Theatre and having trained with the National Youth Theatre, pursued this passion straight from Sixth Form College. In late 2006, Chris entered Chicago Rock Cafe's 'Rock Idol' contest, judged by Carrie and David Grant. Out of six thousand contestants and several National heats, Chris came second to Keith Jack, who went on to appear in BBC1's Any Dream Will Do.

About Ashleigh Gray
Ashleigh Gray is a British musical theatre performer who recently appeared as the standby for Elphaba in the London production of Wicked.

In 2004, Gray made her professional début as Kim in the UK national tour of the Boy George musical Taboo. She was also a soloist in the concert Notes from New York. Prior to this she played the role of Kirsty in Only You Can Save Mankind at the Edinburgh Festival. In 2006, she appeared in NHS the Musical at the Drum Theatre Plymouth and covered Rizzo and Jan in the UK national tour of Grease. In 2007, Gray performed the role of Emily in the European première of Myths and Hymns and again that year at the Finborough theatre.

On July 16, 2007, she joined the London company of the musical Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, where she performed in the ensemble and understudied the role of Elphaba. She played her first performance as Elphaba on February 6, 2008. She then became standby for the role of Elphaba, replacing Cassidy Janson on June 9, 2008. She left the show on March 27, 2010, with her last performance as Elphaba taking place on March 12.

THE GREAT BRITISH MUSICAL
The Famous and The Future

CRITERION THEATRE
APRIL 10th at 7 PM


THE GREAT BRITISH MUSICAL IS A FUNDRAISING CONCERT IN AID OF PERFECT PITCH

Hosted by Stephen Fry
Performers include Peter Polycarpou, Michael Xavier, Emma Williams, Paul Keating, Hadley Fraser and Julie Atherton.

A dazzling array of West End stars will showcase the very best in British Musical Theatre in an evening compèred by the inimitable Stephen Fry. Other stars set to perform on the night include Peter Polycarpou, Michael Xavier, Emma Williams, Hadley Fraser, Paul Keating, Julie Atherton, Steven Webb, Sophia Ragavelas, Matt Cross, Jack Shalloo, Dougal Irvine, Jodie Jacobs, John Addison, Stuart Matthew Price....and more names to be announced very soon!

The West End cast will be supported by a live 9 piece band and an ensemble of 7 fantastic students from The MTA.

They will perform numbers by the famous and future of British writers from shows including Jesus Christ Superstar. The Lion King, Just So, Love Story, Aida, Blood Brothers, The Boyfriend, Betty Blue Eyes, Departure Lounge, The Go-Between, Through The Door and Lift.


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