The Radio Spectacular

The Dreadfuls recording the Radio Spectacular, on stage at the Bedlam Theatre.
The Dreadfuls performed the Aeneas Faversham Radio Spectacular to a sold-out crowd at the Bedlam last night, giving all-new sketches their first airing in the light of day. And it was all captured in stunning high-fidelity sound - many thanks to Technical Supremo Xander for his equipment and expertise. After a few nips and tucks something's going to happen to that audio, a CD or a podcast or whatever, so check back for details.

The crew is currently gearing up for the London dates, placing ourselves in strategic locations around the country and waiting for the green light. Watch this space.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Miranda the cheapskate said...

are the tickets for the london shows as cheap as the edinburgh ones?

4:29 PM  
Blogger thom said...

i'm afraid not. it was a special offer for our hometown gig. this one's in london. do you know how expensive a sandwich is down there? you'd have to remortgage your daughter.

thom.

1:07 AM  
Anonymous Stephen said...

Lorks and Jimmeny. Top show and all that, but imagine my googly aghastness when happening upon some bounder who had obviously seen the thing himself, and used one of the sketch ideas to excuse himself of nefarious behaviour...

"He admitted assaulting six girls aged 13 to 16 between 1989 and 1996, but claimed his behaviour was linked to his diabetes medication."

(from the BBC News site).

Life imitating art again, eh?

4:18 PM  

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