Sports and TV stars descend on Barn Theatre

The Barn Theatre welcomes Dr Raj Singh, Jaqueline Jossa and Victoria Pendleton CBE to its online streaming shows this week.

This Morning resident doctor and Strictly Come Dancing star Dr Ranj Singh will join TV medic and Embarrassing Bodies star Dr Dawn Harper for an exclusive conversation about his career as part of Dr Dawn’s live streamed digital series, Live From The Clinic with Dr Dawn Harper.

During the episode Dr Dawn, who alongside her media career works as a general practitioner in Stroud, will chat with Dr Ranj about his clinical work, his time on the 2018 series of Strictly Come Dancing and his upcoming projects.

Dr Ranj Singh, the co-creating host of BAFTA award-winning CBeebies series, Get Well Soon, will appear via video link to Dr Dawn Harper at Cirencester theatre, of which she in an ambassador.

The episode will air live on the Barn Theatre’s Facebook, YouTube and Twitter channels today at 3pm.

EastEnders actor and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here winner Jaqueline Jossa will be the latest to appear on the children’s show, Lost & Found with Giffords Circus’s Tweedy the Clown.

Harry Potter’s Helena Bonham Carter, Paddington Bear and Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville and comedy actress Daisy Cooper have also appeared on the show which is broadcast on Wednesday’s at 12pm.

On Thursday night, double Olympic gold medallist Victoria Pendleton, CBE will guest on British record holding mountaineer and adventurer Kenton Cool’s live streaming show, Cool Conversations with Kenton Cool.

Cool Conversations with Kenton Cool is a weekly series where Kenton Cool interviews fellow mountaineers and adventurers, discussing their careers, anecdotes from previous expeditions, athletic achievements and motivational advice to help people through lockdown.

In Victoria Pendleton’s episode, she will chat with Cool about their 2018 expedition to Everest with TV presenter Ben Fogle, where Kenton acted as their guide.

They will discuss their training Nepal, the Andes and the Alps, reaching the had reached the mountain’s second camp, 21,000ft (6,400 metres) above sea level, and the events that led to her ending her summit bid.

The Barn Theatre are continually expanding their slate of programmes and the full line up and updates can be found on their website and social media platforms.

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