Wireless Theatre Blog

Articles by Wireless Theatre covering the making of our award winning audio dramas, and anything else we fancy writing about.

Audio Drama for LGBTQ+ History Month 2021

LGBT+ History Month 2021 Audio Drama

LGBT+ History Month 2021 audio dramas. Hear the experiences of Michael Dillon, the first transman to undergo surgery, Oscar Wilde, gay Iraqi refugees and Victorian…
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Valentine's day radio plays 2021

Valentine’s Day Radio Plays 2021

Valentine’s Day 2021. Whilst the seemingly never-ending pandemic cramps our romantic style in every horrendous way you can imagine, we can still listen to radio…
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Valentine's Day Radio Plays 2021

Audio drama true stories

Audio dramatisations of real life events Audio Drama True Stories If you’re interested in a little history with your entertainment, our selection of comedies and…
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Christmas Audio Drama

Christmas audio dramas for 2020

Twelve days of Christmas Audio Drama from Wireless Theatre Looking for Christmas radio plays to keep you company whilst you wrap presents, write cards, peel…
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Wireless Theatre at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017

Edinburgh Fringe Audio Comedy

Audio Plays presented by Wireless Theatre and friends at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Audio comedy and audio drama, free to stream and download.
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Nigel Planer stars in audio comedy 'The CHief' by Ollie Cookson - Wireless Theatre

My First Page, By Ollie Cookson

Feb 22, 2017 Ever since I was a boy I’ve grown up around scripts. Being the son of a incredibly talented and successful BBC radio producer/director,…
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Dead London cast and crew - Wireless Theatre

Radio Free Mars

Jan 16, 2017  By Robert Valentine No one would have believed, in the last days of two-thousand-and-sixteen, that the copyright status of H.G. Well’s seminal…
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Peter Davis Cheer Creator for Wireless Theatre

Some Writing by Peter Davis

Hi. My name is Peter Davis. I am a writer/director/performer and have been involved with The Wireless Theatre Company in a few productions.
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