Drama & Voice

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Premiere Saturday 31st October (Halloween) from 4pm.

‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’

By Lewis Carroll. Adapted by Kei Bailey. Performed by Beyond Boundaries Theatre.

‘Spilt Milk‘, a comedy drama for radio, by Kei Bailey. Performed by Beyond Boundaries Theatre.

Part 1 of this hilarious comedy will premiere on Friday, 26th June at 9pm.

Part 2 will be webcast the following Friday, 3rd July also at 9pm.

Please note that these plays contain adult language and are not suitable for children.

Lockdown‘, is Part 2 of the infectious comedy by Martin Tyrrell, recorded by St Nicholas Players for Heckington Living Community Radio. Now playing during our drama slots (please check the schedule for details).

Mother Goose‘, a full length family pantomime by Heckington Players, written by Kei Bailey, recorded and edited by Callum Thursday, and directed by Kei Bailey and Jo Warrick.

Now playing during our drama slots (please check the schedule for details).

Isolation‘, the infectious new comedy by Martin Tyrrell, recorded by St Nicholas Players for Heckington Living Community Radio.

Now playing during our drama slots (please check the schedule for details).

Clever Clogs‘, by Kei Bailey. A one act play recorded for HLR by The Boston Playgoers.

Running time 42 minutes. Please be aware that this play contains mild adult language. Now playing during our drama slots (please check the schedule for details).

‘This is England’ by Liz Fawden & Chris Frear (to be repeated soon)

Programme 1: Cesspool Sid

Sid Tempest a.k.a. ‘Cesspool Sid’, Horncastle’s number one cesspool emptier, has been doing his somewhat unglamorous job for over thirty years. Today he tells Liz Fawden about life emptying cesspools and the hilarious stories and characters he has met. Roll with laughter as Sid recounts the time he recovered a set of dentures for a man so they could be re-used. Sadly, Sid died in October 2001, but his voice lives on in this programme.

Programme 1, Monday 13/4/20 at 7pm and Tuesday 14/4/20 at 3pm

Programme 2: The Stone Mason

Michael Bunn has an occupation which dates back a thousand years. As a Stone Mason at Lincoln Castle, he is one of those people who spend months sculpting stone, knowing it could be standing at the dawn of the next millennium.

Programme 2, Friday 17/4/20 at 7pm and Saturday 18/4/20 at 3pm

Programme 3: The Rural Policeman

Working alone, completely unarmed with only a radio to call back up are just some of the skills Constable Tony Bradley needs everyday to go about his job as a rural policeman for 32 villages near Grantham.

Programme 3, Monday 20/4/20 at 7pm and Tuesday 21/4/20 at 3pm

Programme 4: The Coracle Maker

So you want to make a light portable boat you can carry on your shoulder and you haven’t any many or a workshop or even tools to do it with. Its no problem. Help is at hand. Join Liz as she sits with Rick Taylor by the riverbank on a glorious Summers day and he describes how you can make yourself a coracle. First cut 19 poles of well coppiced willow on a dry Winters day…

Programme 4, Friday 24/4/20 at 7pm and Saturday 25/4/20 at 3pm

A Matter of Taste‘ by Kei Bailey