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lime Interviews: Theatre
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An exclusive interview with Professor Wole Soyinka

In benefit for theatre company, Collective Artistes, friend and patron of the organisation, 

An exclusive interview with Professor Wole Soyinka
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Rikki Beadle Blair and Shalom Baby

The multitalented Rikki Beadle Blair discusses his latest production Shalom Baby.

Rikki Beadle Blair and Shalom Baby
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Todd Twala

Eleven years after premiering in London, award winning musical extravaganza UMOJA is back with a vengeance for a run at Sadler’s Wells Peacock Theatre. 

Todd Twala
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Jennifer Holliday

In this exclusive interview Lime magazine talks to Jennifer Holliday the original Dreamgirl on Broadway that was Effie Melody White.

Jennifer Holliday
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Actor Lucian Msamati takes on the role as the foreigner in his homeland.

Adverts for Bola Agbaje’s play ‘Belong’ are everywhere. So to find out more Lime caught up with the play’s lead Lucian Msamati, to talk politics and artistic direction.

Actor Lucian Msamati takes on the role as the foreigner in his homeland.
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Dawn Reid

Associate Director at Theatre Royal Stratford East, Dawn Reid talks to Lime about work on ‘The Harder They Come

Dawn Reid
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Teneisha Bonner

In the run up to Zoo Nation’s smash-hit show Some Like it Hip Hop’s return to the West End, Lime gets talking to Teneisha Bonner. 

Teneisha Bonner
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Lime Magazine interview with Lloyd Newton

Founder and Artistic Director of the Pegasus Opera Company, Lloyd Newton talks to Lime about the leading mid-scale professional touring opera company in the UK.

 
Lime Magazine interview with Lloyd Newton
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Interview with Don Warrington

This month Lime caught up with Don Warrington ahead of his performance in Driving Miss Daisy at the Fairfield Halls.

Interview with Don Warrington
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interview with Gary Lloyd

Award winning choreographer and director Gary Lloyd has a long list of theatre and television credits.

interview with Gary Lloyd
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Nathaniel Martello-White

This month Lime Magazine gets talking to the talented writer behind the hilariously biting satire that is Blackta

 
Nathaniel Martello-White
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Interview with Nirjay Mahindru

This month Lime got talking to the founder of the critically acclaimed Conspirators’ Kitchen Theatre about his new play GOLGOTHA.

 
Interview with Nirjay Mahindru
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Kwame Kwei- Armah

In this interview Lime caught up with profound actor and playwright Kwame Kwei- Armah

 
Kwame Kwei- Armah
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Emil and the Detectives - Jason Barnett interview

Erich Kästner’s famous children’s story, Emil and the Detectives, is being brought to life at the National Theatre this November by Carl Miller. 

Emil and the Detectives - Jason Barnett interview
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Steve McQueen

As the award-winning '12 Years a Slave' arrives on Home Entertainment, we talk to the director of the film about some of the controversies surround it as well as the extraordinary success of the harrowing drama.

 
Steve McQueen
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Treasure Island

This winter, Robert Louis Stevenson’s story of murder, money and mutiny is brought to life on the Olivier stage in a thrilling new adaptation by Bryony Lavery.

Treasure Island
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Savannah Gordon-Liburd

Up and coming actress Savannah Gordon-Liburd is going from strength to strength.

Savannah Gordon-Liburd
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Allyson Ava Brown

This month Lime caught up with the phenomonal actor and songtress Allyson Ava Brown to discuss her role in Chè Walkers new play
The Etienne Sisters.

 Allyson Ava Brown
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Oliver Wellington

This Christmas Theatre Royal Stratford East will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland as they present their adaptation of the Panto favourite Robin Hood.

Oliver Wellington
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Ashley Joseph

This year commemorates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death and to mark this auspicious occasion Studio 3 Arts will present an exciting promenade outdoor production of The Merchant of Venice from Tuesday 5 – Sunday 10 July around Barking Town Centre’s key landmarks.

Ashley Joseph