#1 Corey Mylchreest
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3M ago
It’s the season of good will, so we thought we’d release Episode 1 of Series 3 early! In this extra-special Hear Me Out chat, Corey Mylchreest (known for his role as King George in Netflix’s Queen Charlotte) joins host Lucy Eaton for an insightful conversation that reaches far beyond the glittering ballrooms of the Bridgerton universe. Corey shares his favorite speech from Dennis Kelly's 'The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas,' sparking a discussion on the challenges and lack of control that actors face in both theatre and screen. Corey takes listeners behind the scenes, offering insights fr ..read more
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#11 J. Smith-Cameron
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9M ago
Think you love Gerri from Succession? You’ve got to see this! J. Smith-Cameron has become a household name thanks to her stellar performance in all 4 seasons of Succession. But before Waystar and the Roys, J. was a firm favourite on and off Broadway. In this special bonus episode of Hear Me out, recorded days before the season finale of Succession airs, J. talks to Lucy about her favourite speech from Sean O’Casey’s classic ‘Juno and the Paycock’. And yes, of course they also delve into the end of - as Lucy puts it - “a perfect piece of television.” Is there room for a sequel (Succession the M ..read more
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#10 Tim McInnerny
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1y ago
Tim McInnerny, Lord Percy Percy of Blackadder and Simon Gould in 10 Percent, finishes off the series with a discussion about William Shakespeare's Richard II. He explains to Lucy why it's more important to understand the rhythm of Shakespeare's verse than understanding the meaning of all the words; he talks to Lucy about the experience of being part of a cult comedy such as Blackadder and why playing Hamlet is more about the actor than it is about the part. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, theatre producer and West End & screen actress best known for her role as Lucy in hit comedy ‘Staged’. Other ep ..read more
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#9 David Mumeni
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1y ago
In this special Christmas episode, Lucy's speaks to David Mumeni. Originally an actor, famous for his roles in 'Stath Lets Flats' and 'Dead Pixels', he is also the founder of Open Door, an organisation that helps talented young people who do not have the financial means to gain a place at one of the UK's leading drama schools. As well as discussing his favourite speech, NSFW by Lucy Kirkwood, and its relation to the first year of Open Door, David talks about diversity within the industry, how you can never judge what's going to be a success and what isn't, and the frustrating and proud aspects ..read more
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#8 Toby Stephens
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1y ago
Award winning actor of stage and screen, best known for his turn as Bond villain Gustav Graves in Die Another Day, Rochester in BBC’s Jane Eyre and most recently as the lead in Netflix’s Lost in Space, Toby Stephens is one of Britain’s best loved actors. His favourite speech is from Shakespeare’s Macbeth and whilst chatting about the speech, Toby delves into the miracle of theatrical ambiguity, tells tales of awful stage fight mistakes and bonds with Lucy over the perils of fake blood. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, theatre producer and West End & screen actress best known for her role as Lucy in ..read more
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#7 Patsy Ferran
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1y ago
Best Actress Olivier award winner Patsy Ferran talks about a speech from the play that made her famous: Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke. As well as discussing her favourite Alma speech and why she’s the best character Williams ever wrote, Patsy and Lucy talk about Patsy’s method for learning lines, which theatre marketing phrases are grinding their gears at the moment and just what it was like to win the Best Actress Olivier. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, theatre producer and West End & screen actress best known for her role as Lucy in hit comedy ‘Staged’. Other episodes include king of thea ..read more
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#6 Niamh Walsh
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1y ago
Star of Jamestown and Netflix's recent hit The Sandman, Niamh Walsh, breaks down the brilliance of her favourite speech by Hermione from Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Amidst some enthusiastic discussion around the badass role of Hermione, Niamh talks to Lucy about decolonising our thinking around accents, why filming Sandman was the best thing ever and what she took from her training at LAMDA. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, theatre producer and West End & screen actress best known for her role as Lucy in hit comedy ‘Staged’. Other episodes include national treasure Sanjeev Bhaskar, king of theat ..read more
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#7 Maddy Hill
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1y ago
'Eastenders' and 'Casualty' star Maddy Hill chats about her favourite Imogen speech from William Shakespeare’s ‘Cymbeline': she reminisces over her time at Shakespeare's Globe being directed by Matthew Dunster, discusses how playing Nancy Carter involved less crying on cue than other soap characters and gets emotional discussing the sensory memories of live theatre. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, star of lockdown smash-comedy Staged (BBC/Netflix/Staged), West End actress and theatre producer. Other episodes include The Crown's Freddie Fox, Hamilton's Giles Terera and Young Vic Artistic Director Kwame K ..read more
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#2 Mark Bonnar
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1y ago
Scottish actor and TV staple Mark Bonnar gets down and dirty with 'Hamlet', in particular the "Rogue and peasant slave" speech from Act 2, Scene 2: He talks about the intricate beauty of iambic pentameter verse, argues against the common misconception that Shakespeare is inaccessible and explains why he's never played the eponymous character. A far cry from 'Line of Duty' and 'Guilt', this is a truly exceptional stage actor in his theatrical element! Hosted by Lucy Eaton, star of lockdown smash-comedy Staged (BBC/Netflix/Staged), West End actress and theatre producer. Other episodes include Th ..read more
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#1 Claire Skinner
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1y ago
'Outnumbered' star Claire Skinner chats about the closing monologue from Harold Pinter's 'Moonlight': she explains to Lucy what makes a Pinter play so "Pinter", relives the moment when an audience member heckled her for being too quiet and divulges precious memories from backstage in the inaugural production of 'Moonlight' alongside Anna Massey, Michael Sheen, Ian Holm and Douglas Hodge. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, star of lockdown smash-comedy Staged (BBC/Netflix/Staged), West End actress and theatre producer. Other episodes include Patricia Hodge OBE, Hamilton's Giles Terera and Downton's Brendan ..read more
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