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How to be a Guest Entertainer by Royal Caribbean's Director of Entertainment, Ken Rush

Do you want to be an entertainer for Royal Caribbean cruises? This interview with Ken Rush, one of their senior Cruise Directors, will tell you what to expect onboard, the dos and don'ts of cruise ships and whether getting a standing ovation actually matters.

Duration: 00:25:28

Cabaret Coaching with Marcus Reeves and “Between the Songs”

Marcus Reeves explains how to chat between songs (“context not content” he stresses), what to sing, how to market your show, finding a venue and so on.

Duration: 00:10:16

How to talk to an audience with confidence by Kai Hoffman

When she's not singing Kai Hoffman she spends her time teaching stagecraft and helping other performers reach their potential. In this Podcast she tells all.

Duration: 00:11:51

From Production Singer to Solo Act by Artistic Director Lisa Cottrell

As Artistic Director for Belinda King Productions, Lisa Cottrell is responsible for the whole process of creating and presenting shows from beginning to end. In this great interview she shares her expertise.

Duration: 00:33:23

Making sense of social media with George Brumme

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, Snapchat... what's the point? Is it worth spending hours updating and amended these sites? George Brummer is a social media expert who tells us how to make social media work for us.

Duration: 00:25:48

A Singer's Guide to Telling Jokes with Tom O'Connor

If you're a singer who wants to add a little humour to your set don't try and become a comedian. Instead listen to advice from top comic Tom O'Connor.

Duration: 00:14:10

Creating a show and conquering the Edinburgh Fringe by Tim McArthur

With over 20 years on the cabaret scene Tim McArthur has won critical acclaim and across the world. This interview covers everything from putting your show together, how to talk to an audience and how to crack the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Duration: 00:28:10

How to be a cruise ship entertainer by Royal Caribbean Cruise Director Jerome Sueur

In this podcast I talk to Royal Caribbean Cruise Director Jerome Sueur and ask the questions you always wanted to ask but never had the chance.

Duration: 00:23:54

How to take your cabaret to New York by PR expert Laura Davis

London based Laura Davis has spent years promoting shows on both sides of the Atlantic. If you want to take your cabaret across the pond, she could be your secret weapon.

Duration: 00:13:18

From the concert platform to cruise ship headliner - flautist Gary Arbuthnot on how to be a star at sea

Gary Arbuthnot has become one of the most respected and highly rated performers at sea. Lucky for us, he is very candid about how he got there and generously shares the secrets of his success.

Duration: 00:39:14

How to create your own cruise ship cabaret by West End star Michael Quinn

Michael Quinn explains how he went from starring in West End shows to cruise ship production spectaculars and finally created his own headline cabaret act.

Duration: 00:17:42

How to get a gig at the world famous Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club

Would you like to perform at one of the most famous jazz clubs in the world? This week Paul Pace, one of the bookers at London's Ronnie Scott's, tell you exactly how.

Duration: 00:22:32

New York Diva Lady Rizo on the power of honesty and vulnerability

Armed with her Manifesto of Intimacy, Lady Rizo knows the more real, honest and raw she is with her audience the more meaningful the experience for everyone.

Duration: 00:26:26

What a director can do for your cabaret, by Hugh Wooldridge

In this edition of Cabaret Secrets director Hugh Wooldridge shares stories of working with greats like Stephen Sondheim, John Standing, Cleo Laine, Judi Dench, Liz Robertson, Colm Wilkinson and many more.

Duration: 00:23:36

The Edinburgh Fringe, a performer's guide by newbie Nicky Gayner

Nicky Gaynor is enthusiastic about her Fringe experience. “By going to Edinburgh I did twelve shows night after night which meant I got five years experience in two weeks..”

Duration: 00:21:50

How to sing with a big band by Joe Pettitt, leader of the Len Phillips Big Band

Fancy singing with a big band? Leader of the Len Phillips Big Band tells me what he looks for in his singers and how to get a job.

Duration: 00:17:21

Cabaret Whore Sarah-Louise Young on creating, directing and surviving the Fringe

Cabaret star Sarah Louise Young explains how to work with a director, surviving the Edinburgh Fringe and how to make your show connect with an audience.

Duration: 00:21:27

Broadway critic Michael Riedel on what makes a great cabaret performer.

Broadway critic Michael Riedel tells me whether Broadway and West End singers can do cabaret and how we can keep a critic like him engaged.

Duration: 00:34:31

Steve Ross, New York Prince of Cabaret on how to create your own cabaret show

I always say how excited I am to be interviewing whomever I happen to be interviewing (and I always am) but spending 50 minutes in conversation with Steve Ross was as much an inspiration as it was eduction.

Duration: 00:50:25

How to make sense of social media and convert followers into lifelong fans by Phil Barley

I sat down with actor Phil Barley, founder of and co-founder of Digital Surgeon to find out how we can make social media work for us.

Duration: 00:23:02

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