Paddy Considine, Gemma Bodinetz, Integrated Casting
Paddy Considine on writing, directing and starring in Journeyman, Gemma Bodinetz on continuing the Liverpool Everyman Rep experiment, and casting disabled and able-bodied actors.
Paddy Considine discusses Journeyman, the new film he's written, directed and stars in. The film is centred on the life of a boxer who, after a damaging championship bout, discovers that he has far bigger fights on his hands.
Four British mosques have just been given listed status or been upgraded in recognition of their historic, cultural and architectural importance. Architect Shahed Saleem, who has written The British Mosque, considers the cultural landscape for the 2000 or so places of Muslim worship in the UK.
As the second season of the revived Liverpool Everyman Repertory company begins, Artistic Director Gemma Bodinetz reveals the lessons learned from the first season and her plans for the future of the company
Timberlake Wertenbaker's play 'Our Country's Good', about convicts transported to Australia putting on a play, is a modern classic. Director Fiona Buffini and the actor Garry Robson talk about their latest touring production, in which the cast includes disabled, deaf and able-bodied actors.
Our Country's Good
Paddy Considine will take part in Q&A’s for special previews of Journeyman at Nottingham Broadway (March 14th), London Curzon Soho (March 20th), London Clapham Picturehouse (March 21st), Manchester HOME (March 28th) and Bristol Watershed (March 29th). Journeyman then opens nationwide from March 30th
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Listing British Mosques
Shahed Saleem is author of the book The British Mosque, an architectural and social history, published by Historic England.
Image shows Shah Jahan mosque in Woking, Surrey. Image credit: Historic England.
Liverpool Everyman's Gemma Bodinetz
Role Contributor Presenter John Wilson Interviewed Guest Paddy Considine Interviewed Guest Shahed Saleem Interviewed Guest Gemma Bodinetz Interviewed Guest Fiona Buffini Interviewed Guest Garry Robson