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Birmingham Hippodrome Stagecast: Spring/Summer 2014
In our latest Stagecast Heart FM's Ed James talks to the team behind our Hippodrome Plus programme, behind the scenes at the launch of IDFB 2014, interviews with the young ambassadors involved in Lord of the Flies, some exclusive new show announcements, PLUS there's the chance for listeners to WIN a VIP trip to CATS plus an exclusive overnight stay. ENTRIES CLOSE 1 SEP 2014 - for full terms and conditions click here.
Producer Amy Anzel talks Happy Days
Producer of the brand-new musical Happy Days, Amy Anzel chats to us about bringing the classic TV show to the stage.
Talking Singin' in the Rain with Maxwell Caulfield
We chat to screen star Maxwell Caulfield (Grease 2, Dynasty) about his role in the upcoming production of Singin' in the Rain as well as life on tour and his career past, present and future.
Backstage at BRB: Lewis Turner
Join us backstage at Birmingham Royal Ballet as dancer Lewis Turner tells us more about this season’s productions as well as life on and off stage.
Vidar Hjardeng talks access for all...
Chair of Birmingham Hippodromes Access Forum, Vidar Hjardeng talks about the theatre's efforts to bring performances to audiences with access needs and his own personal experiences with our touch tours and audio described performances.
Panto Podcast - In conversation with Stephanie Beacham
Icon of stage and screen, Stephanie Beacham talks to director and producer Michael Harrison about her role as The Wicked Queen in this year's spectacular pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Panto Podcast - In conversation with Gok Wan
TV's fashionista favourite, Gok Wan talks to director and producer Michael Harrison about his role as The Man in the Mirror in this year's spectacular pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Panto Podcast - In conversation with John Partridge
Star of stage and screen, John Partridge talks to director and producer Michael Harrison about his role as the handsome Prince in this year's star-studded pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Something WICKED with Executive Producer, Michael McCabe
Executive Producer (UK & Ireland) of hit West End and Broadway musical Wicked, Michael McCabe, tells us about the story behind the show and what audiences can expect from the first ever UK tour.
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