We're delighted to announce that we will be performing at The Edinburgh Festival this summer to help The Pleasance celebrate 50 years of creativity and live performance.
COUPLES WHO CHANGED THE WORLD
8 live radio play recordings about 8 couples who changed the way we live today. A different original radio play recorded live every day.
Featuring seven plays by the best Wireless Theatre writers - and an extra special one off recording of ‘Trench Kiss’ by writer and comedian Arthur Smith.
Buy a ticket to the live recording for £10, or for just £18.50 go to the recording AND receive a year’s subscription to our website. That’s unlimited downloads of over 150 radio plays in one special festival-only deal ...
August 18th - 25th
Pleasance, King Dome
18th August: Punch & Judy by Ann Theato
19th August: Laura & Michael Dillon by Faye Hughes
20th August: Stephen & Tabitha King by Stuart Price
21st August: Adolf Hitler & Henry Ford by Stuart Price
22nd August: William Shatner & Nichelle Nicholls by Gareth Rubin
23rd August: ***One off recording of ‘Trench Kiss’, by Arthur Smith***
24th August: Tywin Lannister & Karl Kennedy by Rebecca Boley & Jonny McCartney
25th August: Adam, Eve & Eric by Terry Newman
THE WOMAN ON THE BRIDGE
Chatsworth House during the Second World War. The Devonshire family make way for an evacuated girls' school, the grand interiors converted to dormitories and classrooms. Pupils Ceri and Gwyneth explore these new surroundings and their history, above and below stairs. But a ghost story about a screaming woman on the bridge in the grounds seems disturbingly true - and all the more disturbing for the parallels it presents with the secret love affair they discover their charismatic teacher Miss Cairns is involved in....
This year we will be performing on Sunday 13th July at 2pm at The Palace Hotel.
Stage Fright, 2014
Now entering it’s 4th year, this annual celebration of horror in the performing arts is going strong, and 2014 is promising to be bigger and better than ever!
With previous programmes including a mix of theatre, radio, film, cabaret, lectures and comedy, the London Horror Festival is an exciting 3 week event promoting new and innovative work in the arts, supporting London fringe theatre and dedicated to thrilling and chilling London audiences throughout October!
For our third year running, Wireless Theatre will be hosting Stage Fright– our annual competition to find the best short horror radio play.
And our film about our first Stage Fright (featuring a live performance of The Time Warp by Richard O’Brien)