In this podcast episode we talk to British poet Luke Wright all about his show, The Remains of Logan Dankworth, which finally plays with us at the New Wolsey Theatre at the end of May, having been unfortunately postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic!
We chat about the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (including his dread of flyering!), and how this politically-themed play was received when he took it there before. We dive into the origins of this show, why he chooses to write his plays in verse, and how the show has changed over the last few years since he originally wrote it.
Thank you Luke for popping by to chat with us – we can’t wait to see the show on our stage!
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