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About Terri Paddock

"Queen of the post-show Q&A", Terri Paddock is a theatre influencer, panel moderator, event producer, and content and social media marketing strategist with over 20 years’ experience. She founded UK theatre websites WhatsOnStage.com, MyTheatreMates.com and StageFaves.com. She is also the author of two novels: Come Clean and Beware the Dwarfs.

Q&A podcast and photos: The latest in Rotterdam’s extraordinary trans journey

By |2020-03-27T17:57:39+00:0029 June 2017|

Just 11 months after I chaired my first post-show talk for Jon Brittain's Rotterdam - then at Trafalgar Studios for its West End premiere - and so much has changed. The play went on to win an Olivier Award and transfer to New York before now returning for its second West End run.

Q&A podcast and photos: Talking prison lessons with Held’s writer, director and stars

By |2020-03-27T18:06:20+00:0010 June 2017|

What's the most important lesson in a prison 'education'? HELD is a hard-hitting new British prison drama exploring the broken lives of five inmates, including two young offenders (both played by Jack Brett Anderson) incarcerated for the first time and learning fast that there's a price to pay for everything...

Q&A podcast and photos: Lessons in kindness and comedy on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.

By |2020-03-27T18:16:30+00:0010 May 2017|

I had a hunch that this would be an especially amusing post-show Q&A and the company and audience of American hillbilly comedy Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd., now transferred to the West End's Trafalgar Studios 2 for a limited season, did not disappoint.

Q&A photos and podcast: Swinging Sixties-style with new musical Pete ‘n’ Keely

By |2020-03-27T18:23:05+00:007 May 2017|

A string of hits, a cast of two, ‘Forever Plaid’ meets ‘I Do, I Do’. James Hindman's 2000 Off-Broadway musical two-hander Pete ‘n’ Keely gets its European premiere at Tristan Bates Theatre. The production, directed by Matthew Gould, stars David Bardsley and Katie Kerr as the titular stars in a primetime TV bust-up.

Q&A photos and podcast: Why has James Shirley’s The Cardinal been overlooked since the 17th century?

By |2020-03-27T18:31:24+00:003 May 2017|

James Shirley's 1641 tragic masterpiece The Cardinal, one of the last plays staged in England before Oliver Cromwell's ban on theatre, this month receives its first major production since the 17th century.
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