Audio Drama for Schools and Colleges
A selection of plays recorded with education in mind, or including students themselves, like the talented members of West Thames College.
Our Key Scenes from Shakespeare series includes important scenes from Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing, which can be used to bring life to the plays for GCSE students.
Dulce Et Decorum Est explores the experience of soldiers at the front in World War One.
Daphnis and Chloe is an adaptation of what is perhaps the first novel, written around 300 BC.
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Audio Drama for Education
Daphnis and Chloe is considered the first ever novel, written around 300BC. Hattie Naylor’s adaptation of Longus’ ancient Greek story of young lovers beset …
Dulce Et Decorum Est. A touching glimpse into the experiences of the soldiers of the first world war. This series of letters from the front powerfully …
Romeo and Juliet Audio Play. West Thames College students perform Shakespeare’s classic tale of star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, directed by Jenny Runacre.
Key scenes from Hamlet, related to the theme of ‘Is Hamlet Mad?’ Act 2, Scene 2 – Act 3, Scene 1 – Act 3, Scene …
Key scenes from Macbeth, on the theme ‘How does power change people?’
Key scenes from Much Ado About Nothing, related to the theme of ‘love and language’.
Key scenes from Romeo and Juliet, related to the theme of ‘Loves destructive power’.
The Fearless Youth, Written by Gareth Parker and performed by the Higher National Diploma Students of West Thames College, Isleworth, Middlesex, based on “The Youth …
When Joe gets good enough grades to go to university, his Mother is over the moon. But is it what Joe wants as well? A …