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- BBC Radio 4 Extra to repeat ST IVES AND ME Wed 21st Dec 6.30am, 1.30pm and 8.30pm: presented by Anna Chen
- Helena Bonett’s Tate film of Barbara Hepworth’s Trewyn Studio in St Ives screened
- Anna May Wong: A Celestial Star in Piccadilly, BBC Radio 4 Extra tomorrow then iPlayer for 30 days
- British Born Chinese documentary panel discussion at the LSE: audio
- Anna May Wong Must Die! in China: Anna Chen’s radio interview on Beijing’s Studio Plus
Category Archives: Theatre
This week on Resonance 104.4FM, Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge’s guests are Dr Susan Croft and Neil Hornick of The Phantom Captain theatre company. Presented by Anna Chen. Charles Shaar Murray rides shotgun. Listen live (click on the Resonance FM widget … Continue reading
MADAM MAO’S GOLDEN OLDIES REPEATED 26TH OCTOBER 2013, FIRST BROADCAST 17TH JULY 2012 BBC Radio 4 at 3.30pm, Saturday 26th October 2013 Presented and co-written by Anna Chen Produced by Mukti Jain Campion for Culture Wise In Madam Mao’s Golden … Continue reading
I read some pert, perky and pertinent poetry at last night’s pre-The Fu Manchu Complex public debate at the Oval House Theatre. The main event in the evening, a satire by actor Daniel York who was at the centre of … Continue reading
Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge returns to the St Ives Arts Festival following last year’s The Steampunk Opium Wars extravaganza that had a cast of thousands and played to a capacity audience of dozens. This year, I’ll read the first chapters of … Continue reading
The British East Asian Actors group (of which I am one) has issued a statement concerning the recent RSC casting debacle over The Orphan of Zhao. British East Asian Actors STATEMENT 30th October 2012 The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) The … Continue reading
Here’s the first half of The Steampunk Opium Wars which we took down to the St Ives Arts Festival to play to a packed house at the Arts Theatre on Tuesday 18th September. We did it as a new concept … Continue reading