WIRELESS THEATRE COMPANY

THE ON-AIR BLOG

We have decided to start blogging, because we work with so many great people, we thought it’d be really nice to have some chatter about theatre, radio, drama and anything else that interests our team.

The views and opinions here might not always be the direct opinions of WTC, but we love a good discussion and chat and hope you enjoy our blogging.

Enter Our Writing Competition

Fancy yourself as a radio drama writer? If so, we are looking for an exciting new script for our Christmas release – could you be the one to pen it? Deadline for submissions is Friday 4th November 2016. Below are the only rules: SHOULD Be no more than 40 minutes...

The Saga Concludes by Robert Valentine

The Springheel Saga comes to an end this week with the release of the final episode, The Lords of the World. The finish-line will be marked – by me and co-creator Jack Bowman at least – with the opening of a bottle of Crystal Head Vodka that’s been waiting patiently...

Derek Jarman, Jubilee and Me. By Jenny Runacre

Last week there was a showing of Jubilee by Derek Jarman, at the newly launched Society Film Club, which takes place every Monday in the basement cinema of the Sanctum Soho Hotel. Love Brandish who runs the Club asked me if I would be willing to go along and do a...

Who Gets Paid? By George Maddocks

following: http://blogs.thestage.co.uk/shenton/2011/04/the-economics-and-economies-of-the-fring/index.html __________________________________________________ @ShentonStage has a interesting blog this morning about the economy of the fringe – a couple of things...

My Favourite Play, By Fran Kirkham

I consider myself a Wireless Theatre Company stalwart. And to be honest, I’m not sure the word stalwart quite sums up what we have been through over the past few years. I joined at the start of 2008 and was probably the first outsider to enter the WTC frame, someone...

Sold Into Knavery, by Ann Theato

I’m up for sale on eBay.  Well, that is to say… I was. I’ve now been sold for three pounds ninety five. Plus postage. I’ve just Googled myself.  Well, I’ve got a lot of time on my hands and no, they haven’t turned hairy (unlike the lady I once read about in Woman’s...

We’ve Never Had It So Good/Bad, By Stephen Hill

I wasn’t sure what to write this blog about. First of all I was going to do something about being a stand up, now I can’t (cheers Mike). So I was a bit stumped, until I had two seperate conversations with two totally unrelated people about the same subject...

Arts Funding Cuts…A Few Thoughts, By Jack Bowman

“Where the offence is, let the great axe fall,” says Claudius in Hamlet. But, looking at the initial list of losers in the funding lottery, one is tempted to ask what the offence is. I attach no blame to the Arts Council who face an impossible task. The...