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On 25 November a small and keen group met Matt for hands-on experience of film-making using tablets, mobile phones and a camera. Everyone had a go at both filming and editing, and Matt provided a booklet with useful information about preparing and completing your project.

 

Matt's website is https://thinking-media.co.uk

 

An evening of drama and music commemorating the Centenary of the Armistice with St George's Choir and Players, St George's Beckenham,

Saturday 3 November at 6 pm. Tickets £5 from the Beckenham Bookshop 0208 650 9744 and the Church Office (11 am – 3 pm) 0208 663 6996.

 

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Our President Stephen Platten was interviewed in the Methodist Recorder, Issue 8381, 10 August. To order a copy, go to www.methodistrecorder.co.uk or www.newsstand.co.uk.

Radius’s regular annual event is the weekend of the Annual General Meeting, when we provide drama and social opportunities in addition to the meeting itself. We also mount one-off events such as book launches, lectures and receptions. Radius Members are welcome to publicise their own drama-related events on these pages and in the Radius Performing magazine.

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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

Rowhowska provided

inspirational music.

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.

The theatre is one of the most expressive and useful vehicles for the edification of a country's people, and a barometer that marks the country's greatness or declines. A sensitive theatre . . .  can alter a people's sensibility in just a few years, while a decadent theatre where hooves have taken the place of wings can cheapen and lull to sleep an entire nation. Federico Garcia Lorca, 1898-1936

Father & Son vsm

 

 

Sacred Spaces 

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 Diaries & 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.

 

Full Radius script list in pdf format here

Radius Writers' Group

The Writers' Group meets regularly at a London venue to share work-in-progress, from experienced practitioners to beginners, followed by a theatre outing. To express your interest please email [email protected].

Pages are currently being updated or added to the Radius website, so be sure to check it out again shortly.

WW1 Commemoration 3 Nov 2018.2sm2

Edited by Nickie Cox

Available to order here @ £10

 

Reconciliation/Remembrance is published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1. The 20 dramatic pieces include poems, monologues and short plays, and all of them lend themselves to dramatic presentation in any context with the minimum of costumes and props.

 

Nine of the pieces are on the topical subject of war and remembrance, and the others focus on aspects of reconciliation. All of them are suitable for use on a range of other occasions.

Reconciliation/Remembrance:

An Anthology of Dramatic Pieces

Film Workshop with Matt Harris of Thinking Media

"Heavenly Drama from Radius"

include dramas from the Radius volumes Sacred Spaces and Reconciliation/

Remembrance, an excerpt from Les Ellison's play Unlikely Lads, and some specially commiss-ioned pieces, while

the choir is well-

known for its outstanding quality.

Unlikely Lads