Podcasts

WOS Radio: Sadie Frost is Touched by WOS Q&A
By Editorial Staff
On Wednesday (6 June 2012), our Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers went to see Sadie Frost in Touched... Like a Virgin at the Soho Theatre.Zoe Lewis’ follow up one-woman play runs at the Soho Theatre
WOS Radio: Edgar, Doran & co speak from the Heart
By Editorial Staff
Last night (8 May 2012), our Whatsonstage.com theatregoers found themselved in the company of no less than the Archbishop of Canterbury as they attended the West End transfer of David Edgar's Writt
WOS Radio: Larner & Eidinow share Instincts at Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (25 April 2012), our brave Whatsonstage.com theatregoers battled the rain to see the West End transfer of An Instinct For Kindness, which premiered to acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe in ...
WOS Radio: David Hare & directors at South Downs/Browning Version Q&A
By Editorial Staff
Last night (23 April 2012) Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were on hand at the Harold Pinter theatre for the double bill of South Downs and The Browning Version which has come in to town from ...
WOS Radio: Edwards, Hyde, Ackland & co get Kings speaking at Q&A
By Editorial Staff
Last night (16 April 2012) a hundred Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were on hand at Wyndham’s Theatre for Adrian Noble’s critically acclaimed premiere stage production of David Seidler’s T...
WOS Radio: Bean's Guvnors gets more giggles at Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (11 April 2012) over 150 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to the Theatre Royal Haymarket where Richard Bean's Whatsonstage.com Award winning show One Man, Two Guvnors has moved ...
WOS Radio: Halfpenny & co host post-show Party Q&A
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last week (29 March) just under 100 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers headed to the Menier Chocolate Factory's acclaimed revival of Mike Leigh's 1977 cult comedy Abigail's Party. Many admitted to having ...
WOS Radio: Leicester Curve's Gypsy in the spotlight
By Editorial Staff
"Curtain up, light the lights!" The words - Stephen Sondheim's - are showbiz folklore and the show,  Gypsy - the musical lover's musical - is about as iconic as they come, a breathless fast-forwa
WOS Radio: Theatregoers mark 60 years of The Mousetrap
By Editorial Staff
West End granddaddy The Mousetrap celebrates its diamond anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion over 60 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were welcomed last night at the St Martin’s
WOS Radio: Theatregoers Level Up at Pippin Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (11 January) over 100 theatregoers made their way to the Menier Chocolate Factory for the first major revival of Steven Schwartz's darkly humorous coming-of-age story Pippin which hasn't ...