The Stage Podcast: Antony and Cleopatra starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo
The Stage critic Tim Bano and associate editor Lyn Gardner discuss the National Theatre’s latest major opening – Antony and Cleopatra starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo – with Time Out theatre editor Andrzej Lukowski. What was the highlight: Fiennes, Okonedo, the live snake?
We recap on The Stage Debut Awards and hear from some of the great emerging and established talent who joined us on the night.
In the first of a new series, The Stage critic Fergus Morgan visits the Royal Shakespeare Company’s head of voice Kate Godfrey, who tries to teach him how to enunciate. And speak in an American accent.
The next episode of The Stage podcast will be available in October.
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