SK: Hello! You know what time it is – it’s podcast-o’clock! (blast)
MH: Welcome back – it’s episode 8…
SK: … and we can’t wait to show you great .. things.
WH: Today, you’ll be toe-tapping to Rumba, clicking cool to the Jazz Opera Collective and swooning in the French salon.
MH: First up, Will looked in on The Music of South Africa.
Cue: The Music of South Africa segment
WH: Take it from the CoLab Podcast team: All You Need Is Love.
MH: Which is why we sent Sam to pursue his passion at Laurie Grove.
Cue: Ways of Falling in Love interview
WH: It must be love!
MH: On this day in history Britney Spears had her head shaved clean …
MH: … and the salon sold her beautiful locks at auction for over 1 million dollars.
WH: To mark this follicle folly, Max and I shaved Sam‘s head while he took his siesta and are selling it on Ebay. The bidding starts at £9,000 to help him pay his tuition fees.
MH: And you can find the links on the Trinity Laban website’s Creative Innovations page.
SK: Now, here’s Connor Bolan.
Cue: What does CoLab mean1
MH: Over at KCC, Will chilled with the French Salon project.
Cue: French Salon segment
Cue: Party tricks segment
WH: Now, here’s Eden Elliot.
Cue: What does CoLab mean2
MH: As we wandered the hallowed halls of KCC in search of content to please our worthy listeners, we came across the Jazz Opera Collective performing in the cafe.
Cue: Jazz Opera Collective extracts
SK: Tucked away in a quiet corner at the top of the Faculty of Music, Will came across an opera project unlike any other.
Cue: SYLABLE interview
Cue: Satisfying words segment
WH: Finally for today, Max got his clave on up at Blackheath Halls. This is Rumba Till Tomorrow.
Cue: Rumba Till Tomorrow segment
SK: And that concludes … that.
MH: Do check back in on us again tomorrow when we’ll be sharing another round of projects with you.
WH: Until then, keep on with the CoLabathon.
Cue: music to end