On a cold winters night a few scrawny actors huddle together to do the talk on talking. With only the heat of some coffee and pizza the team hold it together to dissect the unknown wonder that is a monologue. With so much to say and very little of it scripted the guys look to the past and what has been said before. Frome the prose of Shakespeare to Mamet’s masterpiece the team bounce around from one speech to the next forgetting to breathe or stop for a dramatic pause. It’s the last podcast before 2020 but the Buzzword will return with more to say, more to debate and more of the unknown.
A sharp dark comedy with bite, not for the easily offended. Another must see!
Frustrated by the inequities of the workplace and society at large, factory workers Eddie and Gary take matters into their own hands and abduct a member of senior management with the intention of using him to make the ultimate political statement. Events begin to unravel though when their plot is discovered and the victim turns out not to be who or what they expected.
Gagarin Way made its explosive debut in 2001 at the Traverse in Edinburgh and shines a light on many harsh realities of Scottish life exploring themes such as radical politics, violence, socialism, mental health and global economics.
From Gregory Burke, writer of the critically acclaimed and multi award-winning Black Watch.
Thursday 10 – Saturday 12 October 2019 / 8.00pm
£12.50 / £10.50
Autumn has arrived and the team have experienced some life changing moments. New adventures, bigger obstacles, severer consequences. It’s a podcast about love, passion, intimacy and talking in the nude. A brave and bold episode where the guys travel to the East or more accurately East Kilbride, catching up with Bookends theatre on their new show and delving into the dangers of actors jealously. Emotions are high on a sweet Autumn night but the buzzword band together.
The team take a trip to the far east, to the fringes of Edinburgh. On their travels, they discuss the tram service, leg warmers and the dangers of a free show. It’s a podcast episode on the move and as they rattle over the good and the bad the inclement Scottish weather can’t stop the Buzzword podcast.
The Buzzword leaves the dungeon and gets invited on to another podcast. The world is opening up. It’s a Glengarry Glen Ross Special as the movie and the play are discussed and dissected.
A funny and heart-warming comedy, Stepping Out follows the lives of seven women and one man who meet at a weekly dance class to tap their troubles away. Led by the patient ex-professional Mavis, the group begin their journey with two left feet and end up exceeding all expectations as they are asked to perform in a public charity gala. Stepping Out is a hugely popular play that is set to delight audiences at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Venue 9 – Niddry Street, EH1 1TH
The Buzzword is on the move as it heads north, past Glencoe and in to the Highlands of Scotland. On this month’s episode the team promote the benefits of baby theatre and free coffee, the persecution of red heads and what happens after a car crash. With an interview from Actor Paul Hernaes Barnes and the imminent arrival of the Edinburgh Fringe it’s a burnout of a podcast as the team speed through the events of July and beyond.
After making the rounds at film festivals, How to be a Writer is making its Scottish Premier at the GMAC film in Glasgow on the 13th of July at 7 o’clock. Tickets are free so everyone is invited. Follow the link below
Tickets and dates here- https://www.thebennylynchstory.co.uk/