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Interviews

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James
Arthur

James Arthur is back with a brand-new album ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’.

The fourth studio offering from the former ‘X Factor’ winner follows on from 2019’s ‘You’. Here, James talks about his latest music and how lockdown gave him time to reflect on his life and his career.

He also talks about his fractured upbringing, path to stardom, life as a musician, his aspirations to go into acting and more…You can also book tickets to see James live at Plymouth Pavilions on March 6th.

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Theatre Royal

Samantha Womack

Samantha Womack has long been a familiar and much-admired presence on TV, but the actress currently touring the country in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe wants to make one point clear: the stage, she feels, is her natural home.

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What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Elesha Paul Moses on playing Tina Turner

Elesha Paul Moses has been striving for success in the music business for 20 years, via traditional grafting and TV talent shows. And now, after 15 months waiting in the wings since Covid-19 closed theatres across the UK, she’s stepping back into the limelight with the mammoth tribute show What’s Love Got To Do With It?,

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The Quad Theatre

Geoff
Norcott

'I Blame the Parents' is the fourth national tour for Geoff Norcott, following on the back of Conswervative, Traditionalism and Taking Liberties.

This time Geoff talks less politics (alright, there will probably be a bit), but this brand-new show will mostly explore personal responsibility, parenting and who should take the blame when things go wrong.

We chat to Geoff ahead of coming to Plymouth in March about the new show, accountability and leaving teaching to become a comedian...

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Sir Ranulph

Fiennes

Named by the Guinness Book of Records as ‘the world’s greatest living explorer’, Sir Ranulph’s many ambitious endeavours have pushed his endurance levels to the very limits, inspiring generations and making him a pioneer of exploration with an unparalleled story to tell.

Here, he chats to us about his 'Living Dangerously' tour, which comes to Plymouth Pavilions on 18th March. 

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Theatre Royal

Jack Dee

Join Jack Dee for an evening of entertainment (food and beverages not included) in his new stand-up tour.

“In these difficult and uncertain times people need hope – a ray of sunshine to brighten their day. And that’s very much where I come in” says Jack.