The Kiss

The Kiss
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
The Kiss
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The Kiss tells the story of the first interracial kiss on television, between Nichelle Nichols and William Shatner in Star Trek. Recorded live at The Pleasance King Dome at the Edinburgh Festival. In a moment the wall between people of different skin colour began to crumble.

The School Run

The School Run Audio Comedy Sketch Show Rachel Atkins
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
The School Run
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Audio comedy sketch show featuring the tiger mums, tutors and toffs of the more-money-than-sense Upper Maidensreare pre-prep school. Comedy sketch show ‘The School Run’, starring Rachel Atkins of The Archers and Chernobyl.

The Woman on the Bridge

Audio Drama Ghost Story - The Woman on the Bridge - Marty Ross
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
The Woman on the Bridge
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Chatsworth House during the Second World War. The Devonshire family make way for an evacuated girls’ school, whose pupils discover ghost stories and a secret love affair… The Woman On The Bridge is an audio drama ghost story recorded in front of a live audience of over 150 people at The Palace Hotel as part of The Buxton Festival and was nominated for a Buxton Fringe Theatre Award.

Trench Kiss

Trench Kiss
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Trench Kiss
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On holiday in Flanders, Sally is confronted by Jasper, a time traveller from 1916

The St Valentine’s Day Murder

The St Valentine's Day Murder - Radio Comedy Play - Wireless Theatre
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
The St Valentine's Day Murder
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The St Valentine’s Day Murder explores the happenings at the ‘Running out of Fish’ Valentine’s Day speed dating event. Events take an unromantic turn when one of the members of a dating site is murdered. Can detective Jean-Pierre LePoulet solve the murder? What dark secrets are the speed daters hiding? Is anyone really who they seem to be?

Stage Fright 2014

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Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Stage Fright 2014
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3 plays performed live to open the London Horror Festival 2014

Stage Fright 2013

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Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Stage Fright 2013
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Once again Wireless Theatre were thrilled to open the London Horror Festivalby recording, live at the Etcetera Theatre, three short-listed horror plays; Valley House, The Skulkand Cool Head. The plays were then judged by horror royalty Kim Newman. Judge for yourselves if you dare…. Winner Cool Head by Neil Walden, directed by George Maddocks Runners Up Valley House by Nathan Brooker, directed … Read more

Stage Fright 2012

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Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Stage Fright 2012
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3 short horror plays submitted as part of londonhorrorfestival.com‘s first ever STAGE FRIGHT competition, followed by a live performance from Richard O’Brien (Rocky Horror Show) including the Time Warp.

Sherlock Holmes Strikes Back

Sherlock Holmes Audio Comedy - Sherlock Holmes Strikes Back - Wireless Theatre
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Sherlock Holmes Strikes Back
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Sherlock Holmes audio comedy. Wireless Theatre resurrected the world’s greatest detective partnership to investigate once more in this fast paced and funny adventure. The sound of hooves on cobbles…The choke of fog on the air…The taste of fear, more bitter than any almond…Who can save the British Empire of Great Britain in its hour of need? Written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock, this detective comedy has enjoyed enduring popularity with listeners.

Redder Than Roses

Redder than Roses
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama
Redder Than Roses
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Redder than Roses is an intense intimate drama based on the lives of Mary Queen of Scots and the French poet Chastelard. No British monarch was more glamorous than Mary Queen of Scots. No one was more spellbound by her than the Pierre de Boscol de Chastelard. But as he yearns for an intimacy impossible given Mary’s position – especially under the watchful eye of the puritanical Earl of Moray – Chastelard is driven to ever more desperate measures. Celebrity stalker? Poet uncompromising in quest of beauty? Decide for yourself, in an intimate drama with all the intensity of Renaissance tragedy recorded live at the Lee Wood Hotel as part of the Buxton Festival.