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Members of The Questors Theatre have put their minds (and voices) together to create a series of stunning audio dramas during lockdown. After the success of series one, we are excited to bring you our next series. Out of many incredible submissions, we have chosen a line-up of new audio plays for our second series, which we have been busy producing, led by BBC audio artist Samantha Boffin.
Series 1 of our audio dramas are still available to listen to on our YouTube and SoundCloud channels. Series 2 will be released monthly.
Episode 1: Nothing But Complete Oblivion by Ian Fulton
When Edward Elgar the great composer is dying in the company of his tetchy daughter, he is greeted by some very unexpected visitors. After many years, they are keen to hold him to account.
Love, music and disloyalty collide in this elegant, poignant new audio drama about how our failures come back to haunt us. Listen below...
Director: Paul Collins.
Assistant Director: Rory Hobson.
Sound Designer and Engineer: Gavin Jones.
Mike Langridge as Edward Elgar;
Karen Singer as Alice;
Iain Reid as August Jaeger;
Carol Fullilove as Carice.
Episode 2: That Spot of Joy by Hilary Spiers
An audio play inspired by Robert Browning's poem My Last Duchess.
finds himself at the doors of Castello Estense, sent on a quest to
match the Duke with his master's daughter, Margherita. With suspicions
surrounding the death of the Dukes's previous wife, Zaccharia must
decide whether to follow his love and loyalty to the young Margherita or
the promise of future riches.
An impassioned and thought-provoking drama, exploring the power of wealth and the pursuit of love. Premiering on Thursday 1st July at 1pm.
Director: Peter Gould.
Sound designer: Martin Choules.
David Erdos as The Duke
Jordan Fowler as Margherita
Robert Baker-Glenn as Efrayim & Major Domo.
Episode 3: Howling at the Moon
Jo and Alistair have recently lost their mother. One night, the siblings interpret an eerie encounter very differently and before long, new details of their mother’s death mysteriously come to light...
A captivating, darkly comic audio play about love, death and the angels that watch over us.
Directed by Steve Fitzpatrick
Sound designed by Andrew Wadcoat
Robert Baker-Glenn as Alastair Robert Wendy Megeney as Jo Maggie Turner as Mum Melanie Hill as Laura
Episode 4: Midnight by B.H. Fraser
When Julie is awoken by a mysterious phone call from a man named John,
stories of her past gradually come into focus. A cryptic, fast-paced new
audio drama bordering on the surreal.
Monica Gilardi as Julie Niall O’Mara as John William Connor as Gordon The Assistant Directed by Jason Welch The Sound Designer and Engineer was Gavin Jones Directed by Rory Hobson
Episode 5: The Intruder by Peter Gould
One tragic accident. Two families torn apart.
When Gerry and Lisa are woken in the middle of the night, an intruder in their home isn't the only thing they must face.
Loss, anger and the desire for revenge and redemption collide in this intensely gripping audio drama. Listen below...