Interviews with theatre's biggest stars! West End Frame Editor, Andrew Tomlins, sits down with West End performers and creatives for candid, in-depth discussions about their careers and latest projects.
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Really enjoying old episodes and listening to the new ones each week. Great guests, and not always the obvious choices. I love the stories of when people have a unique route into performing. Andrew always has a laugh with the guests too. Thank you!!
Always a great way to keep up with the goings-on of theatre, especially in these times where theatre overall is still closed.
Andrew knows all there is to know about the theatre world. He makes his guests feel completely at ease, and makes listeners feel like they are sitting around the table with the interviewee, enjoying a nice cup of tea with them on a weekday afternoon.
Just loved the interview with Joel Harper-Jackson. A great insight into the glamorous and not so glamorous sides of musical theatre, and great to learn more about the person behind Charlie Price. Really enjoyable podcast, done in such a relaxed
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