Hit theatre podcast Script in Hand will return for a third season this Spring.
Having gone from strength to strength with new listeners all over the globe during its recent second season, Script in Hand will be back on 31 March to dissect scripts, talk play texts and explore characters from a heady mix of well-known playwrights paired with lesser known gems.
Co-hosted by up-and-coming directors and script enthusiasts Lexie Ward and Meg Robinson, season 3 of Script in Hand will delve into a diverse array of 12 hand-picked plays and will see guest speakers join the duo throughout the season.
Kicking off with LITTLE WIMMIN by the incredible Figs In Wigs, Lexie and Meg are thrilled to also be releasing a special bonus interview with George Spender, Chief Editor of Salamander Street, the publishers behind Little Wimmin, where the listeners can find out all about the world of play publishing.
Lexie Ward, co-founder of Script in Hand, said: “We’re super excited to be back for our third season, covering another batch of diverse and interesting plays. We’re also delighted to reveal our brand new logo in conjunction with our new series, by designer Eleanor Hibbert.”
When asked about what followers can expect from the season, Lexie continued: “We’re covering our usual mix of classic and contemporary texts, alongside well known and perhaps lesser known playwrights. It’s our pleasure to hopefully be able to highlight plays our audiences may not have heard of before, and we’re really thrilled with the line up we’ve put together for this new season.”
Season 3 will also see an array of special guests grace the ‘podcast couch’ including artistic director of Theatre by the Lake Liz Stevenson, and writer Tabby Lamb, who will provide a backstage pass to the inner workings of her play Since U Been Gone.
Script in Hand is available across all podcasting platforms including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts, simply search ‘Script in Hand’. Season 3 will begin 31 March with new episodes every Wednesday. For now, you can listen again to the whole of season 1 & 2 on demand.