Audiotorium! - Season Two

Orchestrated by Christine Wayman
TTC podcast series
Wed 9 Dec 2020 to Fri 1 Jan 2021

After a very successful first season, Audiotorium! kicks off Season Two of its podcast series on December 9th.

This Season you can hear:

  • an interview with three of TTC’s Production Managers about what it’s like to manage a production from auditions to curtains up.
  • a chat with some of the creative team behind Pink Mist, a challenging production that blended rich verse with physical drama
  • a behind the scenes rummage in the Props Department with two of TTC’s Props Fairies

Followed by our Twisted Christmas stories

  • 26th December - The Signal-Man written by Charles Dickens read by Andy Smith - A macabre tale of the narrator who meets a railway signalman who is plagued by paranormal occurrences - he tells of an apparition that has been haunting him.
  • 27th December - The Cold Embrace by Mary Elizabeth Braddon read by Lydia Kennard - Lovers part and vow to remain faithful but the romance is shattered by one of them who breaks the promise - and a heart with chilling consequences.
  • 28th December - The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe read by Shana De Carsignac - This is a classic in gothic literature about a grieving widower tormented by a raven. At midnight, the man hears a tapping on his door - attempting to ignore it, the unidentified source of the noise continues to distract him.
  • 29th December - The Lost Ghost by Mary E Wilkins read by Becky Tarry - This chilling tale follows a family that decides to rent a house already known to be haunted. What could possibly go wrong?!
  • 30th December - The Real Right Thing,  Written by Henry James ready by Danny Wain - A widow of a famous author commissions her husband’s friend Withermore, to write his biography. She gives the friend free access to all of her husband’s papers and invites him to use his study to write in, but after some strange occurrences, he fears that the dead author might not wish to have his life exposed.
  • 31st December - The Shell of Sense by Olivia Howard Dunbar read by Heather Stockwell - Frances has just passed away, but she can’t pass over—not quite yet. The story of three people, two living and one supernatural, who are involved in an unusual romantic triangle!
  • 1st January - The Shadow by E Nesbit read by Sally Halsey - Three girls are told a late-night tale of evil, the tragic ending of which hits too close to home.

You can listen to these on any of your favourite podcast platforms.

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