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.
As mentioned on episode 6 – Hype. Their are other podcast out there to listen to. Follow the link above for an in-depth look at the Edinburgh fringe. New episodes available.
Hello and welcome to The Buzzword Podcast, a new show recorded in Scotland!
We aim to discuss the finer points of local Theatre and the Arts, promoting upcoming shows and meeting the who’s who of Scottish creative talent.
On the first episode the team start serious on the merits of Batman & Robin, Spartacus as a stage play, the pain of auditions and Die Hard – The Musical!
Also on this show is Actor/Director Thomas Gemmell, who will be talking about his upcoming production of ‘The Rock of Ages’ by the Airdrie and Coatbridge Operatic Society.
So tune in and we hope you enjoy!