The Traverse Podcast

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The Traverse Podcast is a new series of conversations between the Traverse’s Co-Artistic Director Designate Debbie Hannan and the most exciting and innovative theatremakers, creatives and cultural figures around.

Taking the author Arundhati Roy’s provocation, ‘the pandemic is a portal’, they discuss what theatre and culture means, where it’s at right now, what it could – or should – be, and lots more besides. They are intimate, candid conversations about lived experience, where people speak their personal truth to power. From internationalism to disability rights, politics to music videos, censorship to signing BSL in a Scottish accent, The Traverse Podcast is a lively place to listen, debate and have a laugh too.

It’s always got its eyes on the future – and how we get there.

Episodes are available on Spotify, Acast and Apple Podcasts and new episodes will be available on a regular basis – here’s what you can enjoy so far...

The Traverse is funded by Creative Scotland and The City of Edinburgh Council, with additional support from The Scottish Government Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund.

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List of Events, 12 per page.

  1. The Dream Frequencies

    Free Created by MJ McCarthy

    Available on demand

    Musician and sound designer MJ McCarthy explores the liminal world of sleep and dreams, from the terrifying to bizarre to soothing and back again.

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  2. Episode 6: DOTUS - A US Election Special, Pt3

    Free by Sarah Kosar

    Available now

    The last of our three concept episodes, in which playwright Sarah Kosar (and her puppy Meatball) has a very unexpected conversation with her Trump supporting father.

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  3. Episode 7: Jess Brough

    Free Hosted by Debbie Hannan

    Available now

    Debbie Hannan speaks to Fringe of Colour founder Jess Brough.

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  4. Episode 8: Bea Webster

    Free Hosted by Debbie Hannan

    Available now

    Debbie Hannan speaks to actor and theatremaker Bea Webster.

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  5. Episode 9: Harry Josephine Giles

    Free Hosted by Debbie Hannan

    Available now

    Debbie Hannan speaks to writer and performer Harry Josephine Giles.

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