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For the next few weeks - we will be celebrating the legendary Stephen Sondheim - who recently died aged 91. This week Nick replays a section from a podcast where he was invited to attend the press junket of the film of Sweeney Todd.
 
This week, Thos and Josh get square eyes as they have a four cornered in-depth discussion about shows you could have watched online this summer as part of the EdFringe’s new virtual streaming options including the classic Weill and Brecht musical, The Seven Deadly Sins.
 
This week, Thos talks to Josh about his visit – in person – to the EdFringe this summer, and how it differed to previous years. And we hear reviews and conversations about everything from Elvis to Ivor Novello and Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds to the Gondoliers.
 
Mike and Tonia discuss the recent Amazon Prime adaptation of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. What does the stage show gain or lose in the translation to movie form?
 
In an age of countless listening options, finding new or lesser-known musicals can be a challenge. Mike chats with Jean-Paul Yovanoff, whose MusicalTheatreRadio.com provides round the clock curation of music from great shows.
 
Nick chats to Elyse (vocalist) and Chris Willis (composer) on their involvement with cresting the parody TV Series exploring the tropes of the 1940s and 50s musicals - Schmigadoon. We also hear from John Sweeney and Andrew Edwards as they share their thoughts on it! Chris and Elyse also discuss creating songs and music for the Mickey Mouse shorts o…
 
Nick is joined by David Herzog to discuss all things Back to The Future - as it's finally blasted its way into the Adelphi Theatre - and then join Nick and his friend Shawn live from the theatre (and the future) to hear their views. What will two theme park fans make of it?
 
It’s time to get back inside the MusicalTalk Time Machine to look at the music compiled by Thomas D’urfey in his seminal collection of 17th and 18th Century songs. Thos looks at the connections between D’urfey, John Gay, The Beggar’s Opera, and a well-known nursery rhyme. There’s also a chance to hear a further chat with the multitalented academic …
 
This week, Thos chats to David William Hughes, academic and performer of historic music, as they discuss his one man musical, Elizabethan, featuring Tudor and Jacobean songs and how music underwent a seismic development soon, ushering a musical world we still have today. They then look forward to next week’s episode which leaps forward about a hund…
 
This week, Thos looks at one of the most significant changes to fringe festivals in 2021 – the advent of the virtual productions! Whilst they’ve been around for ages, it’s only since the pandemic that they really taken off. And with more virtual musicals on offer than live musical productions at this summer’s EdFringe, we take a look at two differe…
 
It’s the very welcome return of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – and this year it was somehow both a lot smaller and a lot bigger – with a mixture of physical and virtual shows, giving it more of a global reach than ever. As always, MusicalTalk will be talking about the pick of the crop of musicals from this year’s event but to get the ball rolling,…
 
Nick and Andrew discuss a manner of shows and topics including: Anything Goes, Mamma Mia (The Party), Amelie, Carousel, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Comeback and the newly renovated Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
 
Join Mike Shapiro as he updates Thos about his wonderful Hollywood Fringe adventure musical, Gideon and the Blundersnorp, which having been in a successful virtual version last year has now been redeveloped for a real live theatrical production in 2021. In this bumper episode, you’ll hear songs aplenty and entertaining chat about the show’s unusual…
 
Nick talks to Jonathan Cohen about HAIRSPRAY - now playing at the London Coliseum and then sits down with producerr Chris Clegg to discuss Tuck Shop, Death Drop and all things Drag.
 
Thos talks to musical theatre royalty, the amazing Kim Criswell, about her new show, the wonderful Rodgers and Hammerstein revue, A Grand Night for Singing, which is being presented at the Edinburgh International Festival this summer and brings together both well known and neglected F&H gems. Kim shares her thoughts on this great songwriting partne…
 
Join Thos and Tim as they look in depth at the reworked version of the 1960s West End and Broadway hit, Half A Sixpence, which came to London in 2016 under the auspices of Julian Fellowes, George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Find out if they thought it was a flash in the pan, a banging hit or deserved a wallop!…
 
As fans of murder mysteries here - it's nice to see this musical (with songs by Flo and Joan) celebrating drag culture in a mainstream production! Death Drop - A DRAGATha Christie Murder Mystery - featuring Willum and Latrice Royale.
 
Nick Hutson chats to Andrew Keating about what it felt like to be back in a theatre seeing a brand new with lockdown starting to ease. Hear Andrew's thoughts on the new ALW Musical - Cinderella - as well as the COVID Safety precautions and what the future may hold. Bippity Boppity Boo!
 
Dom McChesney chats with Jodi Picoult and Timothy Allen Mcdonald about the creation of Breathe: A New Musical, which is premiering online - written in real time last year as the pandemic evolved. They also discuss their musical of The Book Thief which was set to open at The Octagon in Bolton just as the pandemic hit last year.…
 
With the World Premiere of the stage production of the evergreen Disney film, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, coming to the United Kingdom this summer, Thos revisits the extended and restored version of the original film in the company of Tim as they pop in a beautiful shiny – but not briny – DVD and enjoy some substitutiary locomotion. With knobs on!…
 
Episode 713: The Ballad of Anne and Mary – Songs: Join us for the last part of our special in-depth look at the fantastic free new musical pirate podcast, The Ballad of Anne and Mary. This week we concentrate on the score, discuss lullabies, and question Sondheim’s famous axiom about content dictating form. So don’t be a slubberdegullion, come and …
 
We return to part two of our special in-depth look at the fantastic free new musical drama podcast, The Ballad of Anne and Mary, created by Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman about the famous 18th Century pirates, Anne Bonny and Mary Read. This week we discuss the story, themes and structure used to tell the take effectively over several weeks, and …
 
Join Thos over the next three weeks for a special in-depth look at the fantastic new musical, The Ballad of Anne and Mary. In this first episode, he talks to the show’s creators, Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman, about the development of this fantastic venture which is presented as a free five-part musical drama podcast, and tells the story of fam…
 
Join Thos as he revisits the much praised 2010 Regents Park Open Air Theatre production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods, which is viewable to watch in a streaming version online. Cast your mind back to the heady days of a decade ago when the world was celebrating Sondheim’s 80th birthday, Dame Judi Dench was the Giant’s Wife and you could cast…
 
Welcome to this bumper edition of MusicalTalk crammed with great songs and fine chat as Thos brings us a brand new interview with talented writer, Alexander S. Bermange, creator of I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical, a wonderful show shortly be made available in a specially recorded version for online viewing via the Kings Head Theatre website. In …
 
With the five star revue, I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical – a must see for all fans of musical theatre – being made available for streaming, join Thos for the first of two interviews with Alexander S. Bermange, the talented writer and creator of the show. In this week’s episode, we hear about the show when it was at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe…
 
One of our favourite interviews ever on MusicalTalk has been with British entertainment legend Bobby Crush. Join original MusicalTalk Presenter Andy Edwards as he re-unites us with Bobby for an entertaining interview!
 
This week Nick and John take a look at shows that take things from the past and reinvents them for the future by talking about the shows they last saw. John talks about seeing the new production of West Side Story at the Broadway Theatre and Nick talks about seeing Back to the Future in Manchester.
 
Fresh from talking about the wonderful online production of Jack and the Beanstalk, Thos presents another chance to hear an in depth interview with its author and Dame Par Excellence, Peter Duncan, about his life in show business and his love for musical theatre and panto!
 
Join Thos and Tim as they discuss Peter Duncan’s highly enjoyable online pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk – and talk about how to capture the raucous excitement of British Pantomime in a video production, as well as unexpected visits from Gustav Holst, Thomas Nashe and William Shakespeare who all contributed to the story. Fe Fi Fo Fun-times!…
 
Nick, during lockdown, decided to write a mad musical celebrating the UK Theme Park Community. Join Nick with other members of the team as they discuss this mad show - that you can watch here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/PlPdZa65Z7E The musical stars many members of the UK Theme park community but also features cameos from John Wardley and the lege…
 
It’s time for a celebration as MusicalTalk reaches its 700th episode and to mark this milestone, we take you behind the scenes in a very special edition featuring those beautiful dreamers, Jonathan, David, Nick and Thos as well as a piano, a whole lot of songs and several biscuits!
 
It’s time to give your kitchen equipment dirty looks as we join Thos and Colm as they look at what makes the recent revival of modern classic, Caroline, or Change, so impressive. Whether it’s the off-beat surrealism, quiet revolution, avoidance of the obvious and a skillful use of stillness, this most unusual of musicals makes a profound impact as …
 
Adamant that Porgy and Bess is an opera? Well, it ain’t necessarily so as Thos and Colm chat about the recent English National Opera production of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess – the is-it-or-isn’t-it-an-opera opera! With a soaring score, we look at the fusion of arias and songs, and how this monumental classic holds up in the 21st Century.…
 
We start the new year with another look at 42nd Street, one of the evergreen stories of musicals – with a peek at the original 1932 novel by Bradford Ropes, an in-depth look at the recent London production with Colm and a discussion on the unusual tensions in the show itself which points it in two directions at one: a literal two way street!…
 
It may be a reduced Christmas this year with the pandemic and lockdowns, but that’s no reason not to have a good old quiz and songfest here on MusicalTalk. So that can only mean its our traditional MusicalTalk Crimbo Musical Theatre Quiz – a merry mix of quirky questions and superb songs compiled for your diversionary pleasure by Thos who is on tot…
 
Dom and Nick are joined by John from New York to talk about more streaming options available - such as On the 20th Century, Upon a Mattress and 42nd Street - plus whatever else takes our fancy.
 
In this week’s bumper episode, we look again at Jekyll Versus Hyde, the frankly brilliant adaptation of the evergreen story by discussing the musical with its creators, Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman and hearing what Thos and Mike thought about its investigation into duality. There’s also a chance to hear a ten point review of the recent West En…
 
It’s time to get the geek as we join Thos and Tom as they chat some more about another Edinburgh Fringe musical theatre hit of recent years – The Toxic Avenger, a hilarious and tuneful musical adaptation of the 1984s film – and a show just packed full of stagey gags! Warning: may contain hot toxic love!…
 
Thos and Tom chat about two past Edinburgh Fringe comedies – Timpson the Musical, which hilariously imagines the birth of the high street favourite in a bouncy, engaging production, and also Redacted Arachnid, which is that most unusual thing – a show that’s not a musical that’s all about another show that is!…
 
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