Do these two pieces push the idea of audio theatre to its limits? Probably and the results are highly pleasing
Love London Love Culture chats to Witney White about Rime of the Second Sister, the last instalment of 45North’s Written on the Waves series.
Rime of the Second Sister, a sensitive and imaginative audio adventure as part of the Written on the Waves second season, is a wonderful way to complete the series.
Tabby Lamb’s audio play Darling effortlessly uses the adventures of Peter Pan to explore what it means to grow up and discover who you really are through a queer perspective.
Written by Tabby Lamb and starring David Hoyle, Darling is the latest instalment from the second season of 45North’s Written on the Waves audio play series and examines what it’s really like growing up inspired by the boy who never did. Kirsty Herrington caught up with director Jo Tyabji to find out more.
45 North’s audio play series Written On The Waves kicked off Season 2 with a trilogy Lifted a couple of weeks ago. This has swiftly been followed by a second play from one of the same writers and as it was reasonably brief I also thought I would go back to one of the pieces from Season 1 that I had yet to get round to reviewing.
45 North’s second series of Written On The Waves has opened with a trio of short plays under the collective title of Lifted. They are performed by the writers themselves who are all relatively new voices.
Audio drama small acts is part of 45North’s Written on the Waves series, and the first of the two You Plays.
45North’s first series of audio dramas, collated as Written on the Waves, ends with Marika McKennell’s Cunch, a story of two teenage girls who get themselves involved in drug pushing and gangland culture.
We chatted to playwright Marika McKennell about her audio play Cunch which is being made available as part of the Written on the Waves project.
Taking the idea of having to adapt to a new world and transforming it into a surreal sci-fi adventure, The Giant Octopus Maritime School is a really interesting concept for the penultimate audio drama in the Written on the Waves project.
Recognition is a powerful and fascinating audio drama that I can really see working well as a two hander on stage – definite potential to be explored further and adapted into a live show.
Margaret Perry’s A Passion Play affectionately explores the story of two teenage girls and their changing relationship.
Emma Clarendon chatted to the actress Hannah Bristow about starring in A Passion Play as part of 45North and Ellie Keel Productions’ Written on the Waves project.
Sharon D. Clarke and Katherine Parkinson are among the cast for new audio project Written on the Waves presented by 45North and Ellie Keel Productions.