53 episodes

Stories of the mysterious, the horrifying and the absurd. Performed live by 3 actors in 10 roles, in the style of old time radio drama. With special guests every episode.

The Unseen Hour The Unseen Hour

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Stories of the mysterious, the horrifying and the absurd. Performed live by 3 actors in 10 roles, in the style of old time radio drama. With special guests every episode.

    50 - ADRASTEA - Epilogue: Murders Of A Dark Murder (Shut Down)

    50 - ADRASTEA - Epilogue: Murders Of A Dark Murder (Shut Down)

    As a luxury witch, Strideforth enlists the help of a brilliant scientist, who is also some kind of robot vegetable, who, with the help of a blood-thirsty grendel, can locate... an internet nerd… who can help them… defeat?… a zombie… godzilla, maybe. Or gorilla…

    For more about the show and the company see www.unseenthings.co.ukT-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written by “Angelica”, an advanced long short term memory recurrent neural network, and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, and Brice Stratford at VAULT Festival. Monologue written by James Carney and performed by John Rayment. Guest music, theme music and live scoring: The Unrecorded (playing Europe Is Our Playground by Suede). Recorded by Ella Watts and Andy Goddard.

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    • 27 min
    49 - LEDA - Escape The Fall Of The Looming Mansion On The Hill

    49 - LEDA - Escape The Fall Of The Looming Mansion On The Hill

    As a trashy horror novelist and a closed-minded scientist respectively, Strideforth and Perch accept an invitation to a spooky mansion, but soon find that the altogether too predictable perils of the haunted house are a facade for a much deeper evil...

    For more about the show and the company see www.unseenthings.co.ukT-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, and Brice Stratford at VAULT Festival. Monologue written by Adal Rifai and performed by Mike Shephard. Guest music: Cajita. Recorded by Ella Watts and Andy Goddard.

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    • 35 min
    48 - ANANKE - The Living Dead Wage

    48 - ANANKE - The Living Dead Wage

    As a small business owner and zombie, Strideforth joins with his local community to oppose the descent of the scenic area into a soulless military encampment...

    For more about the show and the company see www.unseenthings.co.ukT-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, and Brice Stratford at The Rosemary Branch Theatre. Monologue written by Cara Compass and performed by Sofi Lee Henson. Guest music: Susie B. Recorded by Ella Watts. Support and advice from Andy Goddard. Brief political reportage (on the vote of no confidence on December 2018) from Ella Villiers.
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    • 36 min
    47 - CARME - Nobody Leaves

    47 - CARME - Nobody Leaves

    As a group of dissidents launch an escape attempt from an island refugee camp/escape game, the actions and intentions of the key players are re-interpreted from three different perspectives...

    For more about the show and the company see www.unseenthings.co.ukT-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, and Brice Stratford at The Rosemary Branch Theatre. Monologue written by Joe Eyre and performed by James Corrigan. Guest music: The Malfunctioning Androids. Recorded by Ella Watts. Support and advice from Andy Goddard. @unseenhour

    • 31 min
    46 - LYSITHEA - The Bechdel-Kampf Test

    46 - LYSITHEA - The Bechdel-Kampf Test

    WARNING: This episode encountered some technical problems when it was recorded live, which has led to the sound quality being less than ideal throughout.

    Continuing from the conclusion of the previous episode, Prestoon and Strideforth attempt to unpick the problem of a virus which could wipe out the human race - but are they dealing with a medical emergency, or ethical symbolism?...

    For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows.T-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, Deborah Pearson and Brice Stratford at The Old Red Lion. Monologue written by James Huntrods and performed by Danielle Winter. Guest music: Tom Moores. Recorded by Ella Watts, with emergency help from Hedley Knights. Support and advice from Andy Goddard. @unseenhour

    • 32 min
    45 - SINOPE - Masculine Toxicity

    45 - SINOPE - Masculine Toxicity

    WARNING: This episode encountered some technical problems when it was recorded live, which has led to the sound quality being less than ideal throughout.

    As a caroller and a trick-or-treater, Prestoon and Strideforth butt heads when they discover that a local scientific institute has created a dangerous biological specimen...

    Conclusion in the next episode.

    For upcoming live shows see www.unseenhour.com/live-shows.T-shirts at www.teepublic.com/stores/unseen-things. Support us on Ko-Fi: www.ko-fi.com/unseenthings

    Written and produced by James Carney, performed by him, Joey Timmins, Deborah Pearson and Brice Stratford at The Old Red Lion. Monologue written by Tilly Lunken and performed by Jeannie Dickinson . Guest music: Crom-Lus. Recorded by Ella Watts, with emergency help from Hedley Knights. Support and advice from Andy Goddard. @unseenhour

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

kellylmcl ,

Compelled by episode 22 to review

This is a fantastic, quirky show. Each episode includes a dark, well written and well read monologue, and a unique musical performance. I am sure watching it live would be a treat!

lauryllle ,

5 Stars!

Delightfully weird. Fantastically twisted. Grotesquely funny.

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