Interval Drinks podcast

Join us for a G&T or your interval tipple of choice as our first in-house podcast series brings together our current actors with RSC artists who have inspired them.

Listen to all seven episodes of the series now, beginning with actor and comedian Miles Jupp in conversation with legendary singer/songwriter and comedian Tim Minchin. The series’ guests include Dr John Kani, Adjoa Andoh, Charlotte Arrowsmith, Justin Audibert, Paul Chahidi and Juliet Gilkes Romero.

Grab your interval drink and get the chance to find out more about some of the theatre's leading lights, their career as well as the history of the RSC, the craft of modern theatre and secrets of life backstage. Listen below or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and other major podcast platforms. Search 'Interval Drinks RSC' to find us.

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Interval Drinks episodes

  •  Actor and comedian Miles Jupp talks to composer/lyricist, musician, comedian, actor, writer, producer and director Tim Minchin, who wrote the music and lyrics for Matilda The Musical Listen now
  • 25 March - actor Mogali Masuku meets actor, playwright, and political activist Dr John Kani, who wrote and performed in Kunene and the King in 2019, and co-wrote Tony Award-winning plays Sizwe Banzi is Dead and The Island Listen now
  • 1 April - actor Greg Haiste talks to Olivier-nominated British Iranian actor Paul Chahidi about his work on stage, television and film | Listen now
  • 8 April - actor Bea Webster interviews Charlotte Arrowsmith (Vodcast) who became the first Deaf actor to understudy for a principal hearing actor in 2019, stepping in as ‘Vincentia’ in The Taming of the Shrew Watch now
  •  15 April - Hal Chambers, Assistant Director for The Comedy of Errors talks to theatre director Justin Audibert, Artistic Director of the Unicorn Theatre | Listen now
  • 22 April - actor Kemi-Bo Jacobs meets Juliet Gilkes Romero, who won the prestigious Alfred Fagon Best Play Award for The Whip in 2020 | Listen now
  • 29 April - actor Avita Jay talks to Adjoa Andoh, currently best known for her role as Lady Danbury in Netflix’s original series Bridgerton, but with roles in multiple TV series, including Silent Witness, Death in Paradise, Line of Duty, New Tricks, River, Doctor Who, Casualty and Broadchurch | Listen now

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

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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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