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It’s a Sin’s Callum Scott Howells joins us, plus Guys & Dolls and Sleepova reviews!

We chat to It’s a Sin’s Callum Scott Howells about Romeo & Julie at the National Theatre, on the independence he grew from moving to London, and his role in Cabaret - once played by Eddie Redmayne. Plus, our five-star review of Guys & Dolls starring Marisha Wallace & Daniel Mays, directed by Nick Hytner, which is on at the Bridge Theatre. We also review Sleepova, which we also love. It’s directed by Matilda Feyiṣayọ Ibiniat and is on at the Bush Theatre.  In this episode: Part one: Why Guys & Dolls is a knock-out, the music, the cast, and the choreography by Dame Arlene Phillips & James Cousins.  Part two: Our chat with Callum Scott Howells on Romeo & Julie (8 mins 30)-What Romeo & Julie is about-Why Romeo is such a physical role to play-How Romeo is so many people he knows, and why he wants to represent the role correctly-How It’s a Sin has helped him in future performances -How when he moved to London, he wasn’t confident in himself yet -Representing Wales at the National Theatre-Performing in Cabaret, new costumes, updating performances, and following on from Eddie Redmayne -Evaluating the sexual nature of Cabaret and why performing at the Kit Kat Club was a “recipe for cool”-Is he still mates with the cast of It’s a Sin, and what they’re all up to now? Part three: Sleepova review (21 mins)Directed by Matilda Feyiṣayọ Ibini, at the Bush Theatre. Hear why you can’t help but fall in love with this joyous, exuberant show… To hear our review of Romeo & Julie click here.
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