at Molineux Monday 25th April 2016
Scott Bird lets us know how you could help name some of the new areas of the
Grand Theatre that will be created as part of their refurb this summer, we hear
from Leah Perks and Adam Riglar about Pippin - The Musical which is at the
Arena in May, Beryl Wilkes joins us for a chat about the Coseley Born and Bred
meeting taking place this week, we talk to Boxer Kyle Williams about his latest
bout and Fran Richards shares news of ArtsFest that come to Wolverhampton from
the 2nd of May. Joseph Whelan provides music and joins us in the studio to
bring news of his first full musical theatre role as Roger in Rent
Recorded at Molineux Monday 18th April 2016
On This weeks show Louise Dearman tells us about her role in Guys and Dolls at The Grand later this year, we find out about a Stylistics Tribute night taking place on the 22nd of April, Alex Vann lets us know about his gig with his band at the Arena and Clive John tells us about the Johnny Cash Roadshow. Music comes from Voiceover with Matt joining us on the phone from Munich to inform us about the band.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 11th April 2016
This week Duncan James tells us about his role in Priscilla - Queen of the Desert and Ian Ogilvy lets us know about his new comedy 'Swap' both of which are booking now at The Grand Theatre. Willenhall Musical Theatre Company tell us about their show 'Me and My Girl' that opens on the 12th and we hear from George Stuart of Brierly Hill Musical Theatre Company about their show 'A Grand Night for Singing' which takes place on Saturday the 16th April. We also hear about a short film that is currently in production when director Andy Simon pops in to talk about 'Jessica's Doll' and the Tettenhall Players send in one of the cast and the director for chat about 'Dinner' a play they are performing in May. Music comes from Luke & Mel as well as Blick Black and the Chilliholers as well as tracks from Rob Lane and Knoxville Hightway.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 4th April 2016
This week we hear about 'We've Only Just Begun' when Toni Lee tells us what it is like to perform as Karen Carpenter, we also find out about 'Money for nothing' The Dire Straits tribute with both of these shows coming soon the The Grand. We sent Jim Duncan over to the Dudley Eye to see the sights and chat with Steve Edwards about the attraction, we catch up with Geoff Tristram about more of his work on the 400th Anniversary of the Death of Shakespeare, we hear about Four Ashes in the Forties that takes place at the end of April and Graham Arnold tells us about a forthcoming trip to Benidorm. As well as all this.... we have music from Red Already and Chris Leech pops in to let us know what the band are up to,