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Hear Me Out with Lucy Eaton

Hear Me Out: Discussions about Great Theatre and Greater Plays
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Hear Me Out puts the audience back in the stalls (or, closer still, the rehearsal room), inviting theatre-loving audiences to re-connect with theatre-makers in a unique celebration of language and performance. Hosted by Lucy Eaton, it's the insider chat that audiences would love to have. The format is simple: Lucy asks 'What is your favourite speech?' From the brilliance of the language to the personal anecdotes behind the choice, it’s part Desert Island Discs, part literary analysis and part post-show chat in the theatre bar. Guests include: Denise Gough, Patricia Hodge and Adrian Lester. Get bonus content on Patreon more


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Latest Episodes

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 co... more

3 months 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.... more

9 months 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... more

a year ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 105 ratings
  • Always a good listen

    Never fails to be engaging and interesting. Lucy always seems to tease out the most fascinating anecdotes from her guests, revealing new angles on the industry, the artistry of acting or simply unique personal experiences that shape a career. Whomever it is, whatever the speech they choose, this show never fails to bring a smile. I only wish they were twice as long.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Great podcast about creatives

    Love this! Really well done interviews, and fantastic guests!

    Apple Podcasts
    Sam McArdle
    United Kingdom6 months ago
  • One of the Best Podcasts on Theatre

    Eaton’s energies enthusiasm for her interviewees, as well as for the subjects that are discussed, make these interviews come alive. The selection of guests brings an array of different perspectives, that is enriching and fun to listen to. Highly recommended.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Great fun

    This is a gem of a show: lively and thought-provoking interviews with theatre people about theatrical art and performance. Also, lots of unexpected laughter. Loved the Toby Stephens’ episode on how stage fights can go wrong if you’re already covered in fake blood but actually do get injured!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Hear Me Out makes my actor’s heart sing!

    Prior to motherhood, I spent the better part of 25 years in the theatre community, whether it was onstage, on the crew, or as an administrator, I’ve lived and breathed theatre for as long as I can remember. I’ve listened to lots of actors talking about craft and sharing funny anecdotes, but no other podcast has come closer to capturing the pure joy that we all share in this crazy industry. It reminds me of sitting in rooms with performers who have blown my mind on stage and then, later, over a g... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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