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In Time to Sing by Keith Clements the angelic choir rehearses for an important event which is to take place on earth, and in Christmas Through the Window by Richard Tydeman a couple living opposite the Bethlehem inn watch the comings and goings and offer help.
Other copiable scripts from Radius include two by Les Ellison, the hugely popular Are the Kings Still Wearing Curtains? for a flexible mixed-age cast, and Special Delivery, eleven short and lively modern dramas exploring the ways in which the Christmas message was delivered in the traditional nativity story. The dramas make up a complete nativity play, but each scene serves as a play in itself and so one or two could be used in a carol service or concert.
A full selection of Radius Christmas scripts is available in the shop
Father and Son: Son and Father,
a Passion Play by Neville Boundy with David Kerby-Kendall as Jesus and Brian Cook as God was presented as a meditation for Holy Week on Palm Sunday 2014 in the church of St Mary
The Virgin, North
Stoke, West Sussex.
The director was
Yvette Byrne and
the soprano Birgit
The production was
presented by The
Churches Conservation Trust and The Friends of St Mary’s in association with Radius. The first performance in Arundel was reviewed in the Radius newsletter No.8, September 2012.
More pages are due to be added to this new Radius website, so be sure to check it out again shortly.
by Les Ellison, Nick Warburton, James Lark
A year in the life of a church community: nine short dramas to be performed separately or as a single one-act play. More info
Easter & Christmas Diaries
by Nick Warburton
These collections of short monologues were first heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra and can be presented singly or as a sequence, giving you the flexibility to tailor your choice to fit your actors.
Coming in Autumn 2017
A workshop with film-maker Matt Harris on film-making and editing with basic equipment will be held in the Autumn in Cambridge.
The date will be announced soon.
On Saturday 29th October 2016, Yvonne Morley led a one day voice workshop at High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden. The workshop was greatly enjoyed by the 20 people who took part. The voice skills learned in the morning session were applied in the afternoon to a range of texts. A full write-up of the event is available in the Spring 2017 issue of Radius Performing.