It’s official! The Honest Actors’ Podcast will be returning for a second series, thanks to our sponsor, TodayTix – a cracking new app for buying this week’s theatre tickets at discounted prices. Series 2 has been under wraps for months, so I’m delighted to at last be able to share the good news and publicly thank the guys at TodayTix for stepping in to save the day.
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It’s that time of year again and we at Honest Actors – i.e. the two of us that live in the flat where I occasionally stand in the cellar to record an intro for the podcast – are back in training for The Spotlight Challenge. And this year, Bronagh and I would love you to Join us on Team Honest Actors…
It’s time to give a little back to the Honest Actors’ community. It’s time to share some of your hard-earned wisdom. It’s time to share the things you still struggle with.
As part of getting the social media accounts buzzing again – and generating some buzz for the potential new series – I have put together
So, this morning I somehow found myself on Radio 4’s Today programme, debating a government report with Jay Rayner, the Observer’s food critic. How I ended up in that situation, I’m not entirely sure, but I guess it had a lot to do with this blog, the podcast and the momentum both have been gathering
Within a year of launching, The Honest Actors’ Blog has won the ‘Arts & Culture’ award at the UK Blog Awards 2016!
Attending in my absence, fellow Irish actor Jason Broderick – the man who helped me relaunch the site back in September – put on a brand new suit, made his way to the Park Plaza and took over the Twitter account for the night.
So, after carefully reading through every single response to the survey, and having searched the length and breadth of the internet for the right supplier, I’m happy to be announcing the first Honest Actors’ merchandise.
After almost 10,000 downloads of the original edit of my interview with Denise Gough, I released the first part of this extended version to coincide with People, Places & Things opening on the West End a week and a half ago. Now, just in time for the Olivier Awards, here’s part two…
With almost 10,000 downloads of the initial edited version of the interview, and as People, Places & Things (#PeoplePlacesThings) opens on the West End, it feels like the time is right to release the full, unedited version of my interview with Denise Gough.