Seaman Says, the weekly podcast from England & Arsenal football legend David Seaman, is hosting a first ever live recording in front of an audience at London’s Clapham Grand on Monday 24th April. The show will include an interview with ‘Safe Hands’ (aka David Seaman) who’ll discuss his illustrious career in football, from his days as an apprentice in Leeds, through to lifting the FA Cup as Arsenal captain and becoming one of the most capped players in England history, having represented his country at iconic tournaments including Euro ’96.
In addition to the Q&A, there’ll also be a live recording of that week’s podcast episode with audience participation & prize giveaways featuring throughout. There’ll also be a special guest appearance from one of David’s former teammates, ‘The Romford Pele’, aka Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’ midfielder, Ray Parlour! Talking about Seaman Says Live, David said: “I can’t wait to record Seaman Says in front of a live audience for the very first time! We have a laugh in every recording, so it’ll be fun to share that experience with hundreds of our listeners. I just hope Arsenal & Leeds win that weekend!”
Seaman Says launched in 2021 and is produced by UK audio production company Listening Dog Media. Since then, the podcast has featured interviews with football legends such as Ian Wright, Harry Redknapp & Aaron Ramsdale, as well as entertainment stars including Robbie Williams, Russell Brand, and Matt Lucas. Tickets to the LIVE version of one of our favourite podcasts here at CULTR, Seaman Says, are available now from www.seamansays.co.uk/live