We will be releasing a Podcast every Monday in March. Our first three Podcasts will be hosted by Young Changemaker, actor, writer and QTH Board Member George Morgan. He will be speaking with fellow Changemakers; sharing their recent success’, advice they have picked up and nuggets of knowledge we would love to share with you.
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In episode 1, George talks to our changemaker Ollie Harrington about starting his theatre company, Found In Translation, and why they look to the past for their stories.
Plus hear Ollie’s recent success getting funding from Arts Council England for FIT’s latest creative project ‘Bring Back Chainmail’ and Ollie’s tips for young creatives applying to ACE for the first time.
In episode 2, George speaks to our Changemaker Rennae Walker, about her journey in the world of storytelling and her success with marrying her faith and filmmaking.
In Episode 3, George chats with our Changemakers Ashleeka Mandil and Robert Barnes. They share their experience on reconnecting with the the arts after graduating from University, tips on balancing your passion with your day job and advice for young people getting into the industry.
In Episode 4, Ollie Harrington takes over as host as George Morgan (teacher, film-maker, theatre-maker & QTH board member) is in the hot seat talking about breaking barriers in filmmaking with his company ShootSmartphone and how young people can play their part in Arts leadership.
In Episode 5, Find out what exciting opportunities we have in store for you on the YCM podcast and Changemakers network!
In Episode 6, Changemaker Ollie hosts special guest Michelle Payne, an award winning director and playwright from Essex, to chat about taking first steps into an arts career, creating work for and in our local communities, and how decision makers can help us make meaningful change in theatre.
In Episode 7, Changemaker Rob Barnes hosts Artistic Directors of Blown Fuse Theatre, Michelle Barrington and Eleanor Frances. They discuss their work so far and where they find inspiration for creating new theatre, as well as share advice for creatives starting out in the industry and opportunities for artists in Essex.