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Organising a post-show Q&A? I’m adept at getting the best out of participants and engaging audiences plus – crucially – maximising the event for social media, real-world word of mouth and follow-on coverage and content. Read some testimonials from other producers below, if you don’t believe me! Then click here to view my Q&A services sheet and ratecard. If you’d like to discuss my chairing an event for you and other services I can offer, please drop me a line via the Contact page or call me on 07754 687067.

SELL-OUT WEST END TRANSFER <em>Pressure</em>: Post-show Q&A with writer/star David Haig and the cast @ Ambassadors Theatre | England | United Kingdom
It’s the eve of D-Day 1944 & 350,000 lives depend on one of the most important weather forecasts of all time… 72 hours prior to the D-Day landings, Scottish meteorologist, Group Captain James Stagg, advises General Eisenhower on the weather conditions likely to prevail when 350,000 troops are to be sent across the Channel in[...]
HOLLYWOOD GOLDEN AGE CABARET <em>Sirens of the Silver Screen</em>: Post show Q&A with Marilyn, Judy and Audrey (a.k.a Beth Burrows) @ Tabard Theatre | England | United Kingdom
I really enjoyed Beth Burrows’ performance in Chekhov’s The Lady with a Dog, which transferred from the White Bear to the Tabard Theatre this past spring. I’m delighted that she’s now reprising three more legendary performances in one… and that I get to quiz her about it. Following its run last November at Highgate’s Upstairs[...]
PREMIERE OF US MUSICAL COMEDY <em>It Happened in Key West</em>: Post-show Q&A with creators and Broadway's Wade McCollum @ Charing Cross Theatre | England | United Kingdom
This new American musical comedy, getting its world premiere in London, sounds absolutely hilarious. First question I want to ask the writers: how did they find out about this astounding true story?! Do you believe in undying love? Richard Curtis meets Tim Burton. Based on a true story, brand new musical comedy It Happened in[...]
MAJOR REVIVAL of Jim Cartwright's Olivier Award winner <em>The Rise & Fall of Little Voice</em> at Barn Theatre: Post-show Q&A with director & cast @ Barn Theatre | England | United Kingdom
I’m delighted to return to the Barn Theatre for my third, successive post-show Q&A after the success of this brand-new destination venue’s first two, acclaimed productions, family musical The Secret Garden and Simon Stephens’ drama One Minute. “Enchanting, uplifting, emotional and truthful… a comedic tragedy about finding your voice in a noisy world.” Written by English[...]
RETURN OF VERITY BARGATE WINNER <em>The One</em>: Saturday matinee Q&A with the creative team @ Soho Theatre | England | United Kingdom
Multi award-winning company Dry Write return to Soho Theatre this summer with a new production of co-founder Vicky Jones‘ Verity Bargate-winning 2013 debut play The One. Harry and Jo are up all night drawing the battle lines of their relationship with sex, violence and Wotsits. A viciously funny and daring play, The One invites you into the[...]

 


Past Events

Other recent events have included the following. If you click on the Event Pages links below, you can also find full coverage (podcasts, photos and more) from that event via the “You May Also Be Interested” Related Links on each page. Alternatively, click here to scroll through all my event-related blogs.

Testimonials

ILovedLucy-Twitterlogo_jul17“Thanks, Terri for the BEST Q&A I ever did. You are the real deal and I am very grateful. And so many folks stayed! Lucille (Ball) would have loved you, Terri, because you are terrific at what you do and because she always appreciated hard work and dedication.” – Lee Tannen, author of I Loved Lucy

LazarusTheatre-logo“We book Terri Paddock to host post-show panel debates for all of our shows. Terri has chaired lively and in-depth discussions for us around Shakespeare, Marlowe and Brecht. As we try to do with our productions, Terri is brilliant at making the talks relevant to today’s audiences around modern political issues and current affairs, and she’s adept at getting the best out of wide range of expert guest panellists and involving the audience and the cast. Her social media support both before and after the events are invaluable too, and her follow-up podcasts and blogs always go down a storm. Terri’s Q&As are tremendously effective at getting people talking about our shows; they form a fundamental part of Lazarus Theatre marketing.” – Ricky Dukes, Lazarus Theatre artistic director

“Terri researched our show thoroughly and is skilled at leading post-show discussions, which can be a challenge when shows finish late and audiences become restless for their last tube. Terri gets on with the job and guides the conversation with confidence and panache, making sure everyone gets a say and all the relevant points are covered. She is a people person, which means she tunes into casts, creatives and audience members with real sensitivity, making her evenings invaluable to a show’s profile on the London theatre scene. Her social media support both before and after the event is extensive and creates a wonderful buzz, which increases vital ticket sales. I look forward to working with her again in the future.” – Ashley Cook, Troupe, producers of The Cardinal producer

Main image - Miss Nightingale the musial 2017“Terri was an absolute dream to work with; wonderfully efficient, delightfully friendly and super insightful. Our Q&A for Miss Nightingale, the musical at The Vaults Theatre, went like clockwork. We had wonderful feedback from the audience and, what’s more, the company really enjoyed it too. It was great how she managed to involve everyone in the discussions. I would wholeheartedly recommend Terri as hers was the best facilitated Q&A in our six years of touring the show.” – Tobias Oliver, Mr Bugg Presents, producers of Miss Nightingale

bookclub-twitter“Terri Paddock is wonderful. She does fantastic post-show Q&A interviews. Really does her homework and is a joy.” – Amanda Muggleton, star of The Book Club

AmericanWife-squarethumbnail“Terri is a true professional, and an excellent facilitator of Q&As – especially ones with such a sensitive subject matter. The Q&A she ran for The American Wife (about rendition and the ‘war on terror’) was the perfect opportunity to engage with the audiences, and generate a buzz about the show, which resulted in a nice boost in sales. I can’t wait for the next chance to do a Q&A with Terri and I would certainly recommend her to other producers!” – Oliver Taheri, The American Wife producer

WaitingForGodot-thumbnail-poster_sep16“Terri is always wonderful to work with. Professional, friendly and a huge lover of theatre herself, there is no one more suited to bring audience and actors together and create a warm and inclusive post-show atmosphere.” – Libby Brodie, Waiting for Waiting for Godot producer

Claudio Macor and Peter Tatchell at Savage post-show Q&A“Terri chaired a special Q&A with LGBTI rights activist Peter Tatchell at my production of Savage. She thoroughly investigated Tatchell and the events in the play in preparation and handled it all beautifully. Her relentless professionalism and guidance was invaluable. Terri is a real advocate for the theatre industry. We would definitely not have achieved such an incredibly successful event without her.” – Andrea Leoncini, producer

SuperiorDonuts_Flag_Feb14“Terri chaired a post-show Q&A for my production of the UK premiere of Superior Donuts. The discussion was a great success and Terri led it with poise, understanding and passion. Her in-depth knowledge of theatre ensured the discussion never flagged, and her warm manner put the cast, director and audience at ease. The discussion also benefitted from Terri’s experience with social media, so that the involvement extended beyond the present audience to those on Twitter. I was delighted to work with Terri and hope to do so again soon.” – Sarah Stribley, producer