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This is the second in a series of short interviews with people connected to the Page to Stage Festival, a two-week showcase of new theatrical writing, which will take place in a variety of venues around Liverpool between 03 and 17 April, 2016.
I am covering Page to Stage 2016 for the Little Written Podcast because I was lucky enough to have a play selected for performance at the festival, so these interviews should serve as a nice (if very modest) bit of added publicity for everyone involved.
My play, An Everyday Apocalypse, tracks the painful breakdown of a marriage against the backdrop of a zombie uprising (though it’s really not about zombies!) If that sounds like fun, please follow the Twitter account and like the Facebook page (or even the Google+ page if you are that way inclined).
PS. The frogs and crickets (picked up from SoundBible) are a public domain substitute for a theme tune… and yes, that is indeed celebrity mathematician and broadcaster, Dr Hannah Fry, kindly reading the podcast title.
Thomas Oléron Evans, 2016