Radius is a registered charity
Nick Warburton’s new play Psalm, first heard on BBC Radio 4, is now available from Radius and was reviewed in the Summer 2017 issue of Radius Performing. A man in a condemned cell is visited by a nun. Can she save his soul and save his life?
Future cinema screenings from major national theatre companies
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 22 February
Membership – click here to join via
the Radius shop. Full membership costs
£20 per annum, £10 for students.
Radius has an extensive collection of
plays in copiable form. Click here for
These include several new plays and adaptations from award-winning radio dramas, together with other favourites. Full list here
Available in the shop now
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This year’s AGM saw the retirement of the Right Reverend Graeme Knowles as Radius’s President. We have benefited from his wise advice and warm personal interest in our work for the past seven years, and we look forward to seeing Graeme and Susan often in the future. We warmly welcome two new vice-Presidents: Neil McPherson, artistic director of the Finborough Theatre, and Canon Brian Cook, who as a professional actor and director has led the way for over forty years in showing us how to get professional results on a small budget.
Radius's videos promoting our scripts and script services will soon appear on the website and Radius YouTube channel. If you have a Facebook page or Twitter account we hope you’ll help us to spread the word.
Our plans for 2018 include a new publication,
a playwriting competition and more workshops. Details will follow on the website and in the January 2018 newsletter.
The current issue of Radius Performing also includes David Sturzaker's report on a masterclass given by Mark Rylance and Peter Kosminsky at Intermission Theatre.
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A new play
from Nick Warburton
Radius Film Workshop
Join video producer Matt Harris for a day-long video workshop learning how to make your own videos using smart phones and tablets. You will get the chance to shoot and edit your own footage while gaining knowledge in key areas of filmmaking including top tips in recording sound, using light to your advantage and composing great shots. By the end of the day you should feel confident that your phone or tablet will be your key tool in creating your own high quality videos.
Tea and coffee will be provided but you need to bring your own lunch. For more information and to book: email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use your phone or tablet to shoot
and edit great footage at the
Radius Video-Making Workshop
on Saturday 25 November 11am-6pm
Tutor: Matt Harris
Venue: St Mark’s Newnham, Cambridge