Interval Drinks podcast

Join us for series two of the Interval Drinks podcast as current RSC artists talk to the people who inspire them.

When the interval comes around to you discuss the show over a gin and tonic? A cup of tea? A glass of cool white wine? Or do you stick to water? How do the people who make theatre spend their intervals? And have they ever left halfway through a show? 

We launch series two of the Interval Drinks podcast with star of stage and screen David Tennant in conversation with Mark Quartley, who currently plays Henry VI in the RSC productions of Henry VI: Rebellion and Wars of the Roses.

Later episodes include Sound Designer Claire Windsor chatting to composer and musician Femi Temowo about his musical journey, from first picking up a guitar at age 19, to becoming a MOBO Award nominated musician who composed the music for the RSC production of Much Ado About Nothing. And  theatre director Tinuke Craig meets RSC director Aaron Parsons to explain what is similar about directing a Sarah Kane play about trauma and a pantomime.

Interval Drinks written in neon on a brick background

Grab your interval drink and get the chance to find out more about some of theatre's leading lights. Listen below or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms. Search 'Interval Drinks RSC' to find us.

You can still listen to the first series of Interval Drinks with Tim Minchin, John Kani, Adjoa Andoh, Charlotte Arrowsmith, Justin Audibert, Paul Chahidi, Juliet Gilkes Romero, Kate DiCamillo, Lucian Msamati, David Threlfall and Sophie Woolley.

The music for Interval Drinks is ‘Oberon’s Theme – King of Shadows’, originally composed by Sam Kenyon for A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2016).

The RSC Acting Companies are generously supported by The Gatsby Charitable Foundation and The Kovner Foundation

The work of the RSC Literary Department is generously supported by The Drue and H.J. Heinz II Charitable Trust

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