The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 16

This week on the show Matt and Vikki join Iasha in the studio. Matt reviews Mad Max Fury Road and the Arts Thing Of The Week is Eurovision. We dissect this years Eurovision, welcome Australia to the competition and  Vikki tells us the three golden rules to a winning act.

We played Corey Hulls’ essay “The 9 Stages of Drinking” and Richard Stratton reviewed Carmen Disruption at the Almeida Theatre (Running until the 23rd of May)

Excitingly our production of Alice in Wonderland has secured a transfer to the Streatham Festival on the 4th and 5th of July. We heard some cast interviews from Steve Wickenden, Tegan Cutts and Rosie Marsh and also spoke about the fact that Blackshaw is turning 5 this coming Friday!

Happy listening!

 

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