The Stage Podcast: Musical theatre company SpitLip and actor Bally Gill
In our June episode, Tim Bano meets the four members of exciting musical theatre troupe SpitLip, who tell him how they created their first full-length show Operation Mincemeat – a madcap, wartime espionage thriller that recently opened to five-star raves at the New Diorama Theatre in London.
Meanwhile, Ian Charleson Award-winning actor Bally Gill talks about working with Steven Berkoff, representation on stage, and being the first Sikh actor to play Romeo at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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