Friday, 18 July 2014

How to Deal with a Bad Audience?

On The MYOB Show today we look into a performers nightmare and find out how you deal with a "bad audience".

We all have good days and bad days however when you are on stage, in front of a live audience your bad day soon becomes very public.

On today’s show we discover how to deal with, get over and charm a difficult audience.

Who's on the show?
Guest: Paul Dunn

The founder and artistic director of Sunderland REP. A presenter and writer for a local radio station and magazine brand Spark FM and Spark Magazine. Plus he finds time to have a YouTube Channel and work at Beamish Museum as a costumed demonstrator.

 Guest: Rob Roy Collins

Rob started out as a street performer back in 1999. Rob combines comedy, escapology and acrobatics live on stage and in the street. Rob has entertained audiences around the world appearing on TV, radio and at festivals.

Producer: Alistair Goodier -

Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland.

  The show is presented by Dom O'Neill a creative business man and talk radio host. Dom has over 10 year experience working in the broadcast media and received a Masters Degree in Radio Production and Management from The University of Sunderland in 2012.
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