Listen to the plays

Plays will be made available online during the festival and for the duration of the audience vote.

Click on the drop down menu from this tab for the appropriate day to hear the plays online. On Friday, we will be opening the voting for the Audience Award. 

Submit a review in 200 characters or less via the comments section to win a cash prize.

Listen to the community showcase program here.

4 Replies to “Listen to the plays”

  1. Hi Jonathon!
    It seems that the Form of Things has always tended to remain Unknown, ‘cos I’ve never managed to find my way in!
    It’s most probably the fairly isolated place which my computer must contend with. But it’s possibly equally likely that I’ve just not seen some instruction which is palpably obvious to everybody else!
    I hope the weather is being kind to you. Whatever – I’m sure everybody is enjoying themselves.
    Thinking of you.
    Love Jill xx

    1. Hello – good to ehar from you! Click on “listen to the plays” and then select the day (Monday etc) you are interested in and then a playlist should appear. Or go to our facebook page (UK International Radio Drama Festival) and access them from there – posted each night.


    Exterior. Night. Herne Bay.
    I am walking back to my hotel, typing away on my smartphone, about an audio mockumentary concerninging digital detox. Oh the irony.

    Before I start, I should mention that it is possible that there are some errorrrs in the writing. Because walkking and rwiting is harder than it seesm.s

    In ‘Sunviving Oreland’, Holly and Declan, the wto main cahrachters, retreat to a place hwere smratphones are bannde: the isle of Carnananánachán (which is written without any mistakes, I promise).
    Ocne arrived by baot, the msartphone-dependent couple set forth on a very unconventional traetment to make temh appreciate the simpler thignssss in liife. And as in evvery godo cult, breaking thhese uules has terilbe conseqqquoenities. ‘Surviving Ireland’ is an extremmley funny and well producde radio prodcution, and hihgly recommende.

    By the way: in typing this, I stumbled over a grassy roadside, I walked into one lamppost, and missen one fox running away before I could see it.

    So: thank you, ‘Surviving Ireland’, you took away the only really British experience I had time for in this week of only listening.

    Totally worth it.

  3. Hi Wederik – nice review, including the spelling mistakes. If anything, they made it better! Yes, Surviving Ireland was a very good comedy; thoroughly enjoyed it. Your play ‘Almanak’ was also excellent; heard it last night online.

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