Over at The Arches Soundcloud page, we’ve been posting some audio interviews and podcasts recorded around and about the Behaviour Festival. Thus far, we’ve reported on last week’s launch at The Arches, interviewing some of the artists, directors, sponsors and audience members in attendance at The Arches, including Dee Heddon, Professor of Contemporary Performance at Glasgow University; theatre-maker Laurie Brown; Buzzcut Festival programmer and performer Nick Anderson; Arches programmers Gillian Garrity and Jodie Wilkinson, and the Goethe Institut‘s Konrad Siller. Listen to The BHVR Launch podcast here.
Before that, we spoke to playwright and performer Bush Moukarzel of acclaimed young theatre company Dead Centre, who told us all about the inspiration behind last week’s production of ‘Lippy.’ Listen to the Bush Moukarzel Interview here. Look out for more exciting podcasts from the Behaviour team at The Arches in the weeks to come.
Tickets and information: Behaviour Festival 2015