Fed up with elections? So’s the original 17th-century London blogger, Mr Samuel Pepys. But his remedy may not be the same as yours..!
Sometime Royal Shakespeare Company actor Keith Dunphy returns as our reborn 21st-century version of the diarist who witnessed the Great Fire of London back in the day. Now his passions are aflame in a different way.
Thanks to R&R – script consultants Richard Kurti and Rich Sutton.
The original 17th-century blogger Samuel Pepys goes to premier 21st-century London entertainment spot the Comedy Store. From the expressions of the comics in their photos to the temperature of the ale, our redoubtable diarist has a view on everything. And not everything ends well.
Mr Pepys is played by the travelling showman from Waterford in Ireland, Keith Dunphy. The Audio Diary of Samuel Pepys is written and directed by Adrian Lacey. The show is produced by Adrian and introduced by him from London’s swinging West End.
Get in touch with the show: email – London@adrianlacey.com
London made Shakespeare. This edition celebrates the great Bard of Avon, who died 400 years ago on April 23rd, 1616.
Join Adrian on a tour of Shakespeare’s Globe theatre at Bankside by the River Thames with actress Janet Walker. Hear captivating passages from Richard II and As You Like It performed by Shakespearean actor Keith Dunphy and Sarah Kempton respectively.
Plus, reborn London ‘blogger’ Samuel Pepys meets a mystery manic man with app-itude (played by Russell Thomas) in a ‘most excellent coffee house’ by the Globe.
Photo (at Londonpodcast.net): Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, London, April 2016