Andy Graham Of Snap Theatre

We All Know That The Corona Virus Pandemic Brought The World To a Stand Still. In Many Cases The Cost Wasn’t Just In The Tragic Lose Of Human Life, But Also In The Loss Of Livelihoods. Many Industries Found Themselves Close To Collapse, And Countless People Found Their Jobs On The Line. One Of The Industries Worst Hit Was The Arts, With Venues Closed And Many Creatives Forced to Seek Alternative Employment, The Big Question Is Will The Arts Ever Truly Be The Same Again? We Invited Writer And Theatre Director Andy Graham On To The Tuesday Takeback Show, To Give His View On The Subject.

After Years As A Jobbing Actor, Andy Decided To Set Up A Theatre Company In Order To Have Greater Control Over His Creative Out Put. Looking For A Name That Was Short And Snappy, And Was Easy For Anyone To Say, Snap Theatre Was Born. Stepping Away From Lavish Sets And Costumes, For Economic Necessity, Andy Created A Theatre Style Relying Heavily On Ensemble Physicality And Vocal Tone. Over The Years Snap Theatre Has Become One Of The Most Recognised Names In The Theatre Industry, And Thankfully The Lockdown Hasn’t Stopped Them. The Venues May Change, But Andy’s Message To All Creatives Is To Not Let Current Circumstances Affect You’re Desire To Create Or Support Others. For The Full Interview Follow The Link Below!

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