Anna Unwin and Alice Auer’s Unplugged podcast announces new guests

New stagey podcast Unplugged presented by Anna Unwin and Alice Auer has announced new guests>3 new

Joining Anna and Alice on the brand new podcast will be George Crawford (The Book of Mormon, Waitress, Newsies), Conor Albert (International Musical) and Liang Lawrence (singer-songwriter).

An all-access tour taking us backstage into their lives as performers, as best friends and young women trying to get by in London, this podcast offers irreverent insights into their busy performance lives, their romantic ‘icks’, and the power of friendship.

Having met six years ago through Anna’s ex-boyfriend, Anna and Alice’s Unplugged Podcast offers the warmth and wit of Dolly Alderton’s Everything I Know About Love, with the added excitement of a behind-the scenes look at the West End theatre scene and life as a young musician on the rise.

Anna Unwin comments: “Alice and I are so excited to chat all things performing, navigating life in our twenties and all the fun shenanigans that come with living in London. We can’t wait to welcome guests George, Conor and Liang to join us in series one to have a good old natter. We’d love you to tune in to join in with the laughs!”

Anna Unwin made her West End debut earlier this year as Jenny Dillingham in the major revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Aspects of Love at The Lyric Theatre. This year, she will be joining the cast of the Stock Aitken Waterman Musical I Should Be So Lucky.

Alice Auer first came to prominence collaborating with Conor Albert on 2021’s Smile EP. 10 million streams later, Alice’s music has seen her tour around the UK, headlining at Omeara London this October, and recently performing with fellow singer-songwriter Nell Mescal.

Unplugged, co-hosted by Anna Unwin and singer Alice Auer can be streamed from Spotify with episodes coming out on Fridays.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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