Each episode takes a look at a different aspect of the wonderful world of amateur theatre and features an amateur theatre maker talking about their theatrical life, theatrical loves, and the times when they’ve ‘died’ on stage.
This episode focuses on Shelagh Delaney’s ground-breaking 1950s drama A Taste of Honey. We’ll be talking to designer and director Colin Judges about his life and loves in amateur theatre. Colin is directing the Crescent Theatre’s forthcoming production of A Taste of Honey.
And because it’s February, the month of Valentines, we’re doing something a little bit different this episode and celebrating stories of those who have found love, be it romantic or platonic, through amateur theatre. We asked our listeners to send us in their amateur theatre love stories and we’ll be sharing them with you, in celebration of the power that amateur theatre has to bring people together.