The Badapple Theatre On Your Desktop Podcast

Theatre On Your Doorstep meets Theatre On Your Desktop as the Badapple Theatre creative team perform some of their best loved plays for radio…

Eddie and The Gold Tops- Part One

September 7th, 2020

Eddie is an award-winning milkman who becomes a 1960's pop star quite by accident! Listen to the first part of his journey here.

By Kate Bramley, songs by Jez Lowe. Read by Robert Wade, Jem Dobbs and Kaitlin Howard.

Badapple Songs for the Shows

August 26th, 2020

Artistic Director Kate Bramley takes us behind the scenes of her 20 year collaboration with Award-winning songwriter Jez Lowe and some of the songs created for Badapple touring productions during this time...

Suffer Fools Gladly by Danny Mellor

August 1st, 2020

When Ozzy the court jester is exiled from the Kingdom of Marillion it takes a new friendship with Stevie- a 17 year old earth girl- to put both of their worlds back in order....

Togetherness by Richard Kay

August 1st, 2020

A newly commissioned radio play from York based writer and actor Richard Kay.

"Togetherness" tells the story of Barry Thrush. Recently widowed, he decides to record his spoken thoughts for posterity....

The Carlton Colliers- Part Five

July 16th, 2020

The local amateur football team are saved from an eternal losing streak by a stroke of allotment magic. Written by Kate Bramley.Songs by Jez Lowe, original 2013 cast pictured with design by Charlie Cridlan.

Part Four- The rebirth.

Read by Thomas Frere, Robert Wade and Stephanie Hutchinson.

“as one road ends, new paths begin (and there is) nuggety northern humour delivered in typically enjoyable performances as the tour of Bramley’s hymn to village life ticks on.” – YORK PRESS

The Carlton Colliers- Part Four

July 13th, 2020

The local amateur football team are saved from an eternal losing streak by a stroke of allotment magic. Written by Kate Bramley.Songs by Jez Lowe, original 2013 cast pictured with design by Charlie Cridlan.

Part Four- Rivals

Read by Thomas Frere, Robert Wade and Stephanie Hutchinson.

“as one road ends, new paths begin (and there is) nuggety northern humour delivered in typically enjoyable performances as the tour of Bramley’s hymn to village life ticks on.” – YORK PRESS

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