Podcast Recommendations

Inspiring stories brought to you in a different form? Podcasts!
Our curators have put together an exciting list of podcasts that you can listen to online  – feel free to look around!

 

Sismo Stories & Performances

Our creative director Joachim Fleury chats with Theater Bellevue’s Podcasts team about what inspired Sismo Stories. Listen to this podcast here via Soundcloud! 

This podcast is in Dutch

For more Theatre Bellevue podcasts visit their website!

recognition

By 45North

In 1898, classical composer Samuel is hearing his Ballad in A minor being performed for the first time. Nervous.
In 2020, Song is staring at her composition. Nervous.
120 years apart their music meets the other.

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Lem ‘N’ Ginge: The Princess of Kakos

By 45North

Two down-and-out actresses are on the hunt for some stage work. Failing that, they’ll take up a lucrative quest to find the local princess’ stolen voice. In this chaotic tale, Lem N Ginge encounter queer frogs, woke baes, and their first actual deadline.

Written and performed by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter, starring Sharon D. Clarke.

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The Amelia Project

Coproduced by Open House Theatre

The Amelia Project is a dark comedy podcast about a secret agency offering a very special service: Faking its clients’ deaths and bringing them back with a new identity! Its eccentric clientele includes cult leaders, scientists, politicians and even an AI, all desperate to disappear and start over… But how long can the secrecy last?

For more Amelia Project podcasts visit their website!

Breaking Silence: The Pact of Forgetting

by Dash Arts

In the first episode of our four-part podcast series Breaking Silence, we examine Pacto del Olvido, Spain’s ‘pact of forgetting’ – a collective decision to forget the thousands of crimes against humanity under Franco’s 40-year dictatorship. Many of those who committed atrocities have still not been prosecuted and held to account, and Franco’s victims continue to seek justice to this day.

For more Dash Arts visit their website!

The Hear Me Now Podcast

by Tamasha

Hosted by Titilola Dawudu, The HEAR ME NOW Podcast hopes to continue the pathways and opportunities that the book successfully managed to create by bridging the gap for underrepresented artists.

For more Tamasha visit their website!

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