Denise Gough chats about her most iconic role and THAT speech from 'People, Places and Things': she explains why Duncan Macmillan's acting/addiction monologue is so remarkable, what made her cry during her audition and how she's managed to liberate herself from the judgement of the entertainment industry. An utterly inspiring and uplifting discussion for aspiring actors and creatives as well as fans of the National Theatre's production of 'People, Places and Things'.
Hosted by Lucy Eaton, star of lockdown smash-comedy Staged (BBC/Netflix/Staged), West End actress and theatre producer.
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New episodes coming weekly, with guests such as Downton's Brendan Coyle, Patricia Hodge OBE and Hamilton's Giles Terera.
A Lucy Eaton Productions podcast.