The Buzzword podcast began as an opportunity to showcase and advertise theatre performance and events for amateur and professional productions. Over the last two years the team have spoken to actors, directors, stage managers, artist and theatre enthusiasts.With a new season and a new year for the podcast the Buzzword team have know opened the doors to the wider world. Whatever the buzz might be, a film, a show, painting, book or cup of coffee the will discuss it, argue it, shed a tear or fall in love with it.The buzzword podcast is always on the lookout to meet and chat (preferable over coffee) about what is happening, behind a camera or on stage. Helping to promote new and existing talent and a provide a platform for caffeinated conversation.


Aaron R Pennie

Co-host and producer Aaron Robert Pennie was born and raised in Glasgow. After studying photography and digital design he branched out into theatre starting with evening classes at Strathclyde University and has moved on to work with various groups in acting, producing and directing. Previously, Aaron has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with Neil Simon’s ‘Plaza Suite’  His previous credits have included: Glengarry Glen Ross, Green Julia, Autobahn and Table Manners. Most recently he was on stage in Half Wits theatre production of Samuel Beckett’s  Waiting For Godot as Vladimir, part of the 2019 Glasgow international Comedy festival




Stewart Macdougall

Co-host Stewart Macdougall got involved with acting  at the age of 13 by attending a video course at Scottish Youth Theatre’s Summer Festival, taking part in street theatre and loved it! He took a break from acting to study, but caught the bug again in evening classes at Strathclyde University in 2008 – where he met his wife!  Since then Stewart has acted in various companies around Glasgow. Theatre includes: The Winter’s Tale (Strathclyde Theatre Group), Abigail’s party (Attic players) Allo’ Allo’ (Practical Magic), Plaza Suite (Acting Cubed)



Kristopher Curran

Co-host Kristopher Curran is an Irish-born actor, raised in the Scottish Highlands, before moving to Glasgow where he studied Acting for three years. He delivered a solid debut performance as Otto Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank and later went on to star as Bottom in an acclaimed production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Arches. Kristopher can also be seen in the leading roles of the award winning film Flamingo by Bryan M. Ferguson, and the RSA awarded film Solium.




The Buzzword is recorded and edited by David Glasgow.

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