Following their study of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ some Year 9 students decided to make a series of 60-second plays around the theme of ‘outsiders’. The plays that follow each tell the story of someone on the outside.
Amber has a special power that makes her ‘different’. But different also makes her an outsider – and someone to fear…
Written by Isabella Inwood and performed by Susannah Hammond, Roshni Harry, Elizabeth Hillier and Isabella Inwood
THE CORNER SHOP
A foreign visitor just wants to buy a bottle of water – but she struggles with the language and the currency. But does she deserve to be treated like an outcast?
Written and performed by Roshni Harry and Jack Gloag
Following their study of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ some year 9 students decided to make a series of 60-second plays around the theme of ‘outsiders’. The plays that follow each tell the story of someone on the outside.
John and Arthur are trapped inside an old shack in the middle of nowhere. Outside, a blizzard rages and, with supplies are running low, the pair contemplate leaving their shelter. But dare they depart with a dead man wandering about outside?
Written and performed by Jermyn Benito, Jamie Culver and Tom French
THE PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
Miss Blunt is a private investigator and the first person to visit Miss Clarke since the murder of her daughter two months ago. She just can’t face the prospect of going outside. Could Miss Blunt be the person to solve this unsolved crime?
Written and performed by Judy Assim and Alice Sotiriou
A man enters an empty house in search of food and shelter. But is the house really empty?
Written by Ezra Magangan and performed by Christopher Bartlett and Ezra Magangan
DWS Audio is proud to announce that three of our audio plays have been included in the UK International Radio Drama Festival 2020. Birds on a Wire, In Transit and Public House will be showcased on Wednesday 25th March at Eastbridge Hospital in Canterbury, the venue for this year’s festival. The plays will also will also be available online via the radio drama festival website, where you can listen and vote for your favourite play.