It’s 1942, Etteridge is discharged from the army, and travels to Scotland to continue his academic research. Angela makes a records a song for Etteridge that will play a huge part in his future.
Put your headphones on for this dramatic story & exceptional orchestration, that will whisk you away somewhere else entirely
The Portal contains strong language, references to drugs and alcohol.
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The Portal was written by Martin Green, directed by Wils Wilson with Dramaturgy from David Greig.
Recorded by Louis Blatherwick, Sound Design by Martin Green with thanks to Eloise Whitmore. Mixed by Calum Malcolm and Cameron Malcolm.
Original music by Martin Green.
The musicians were Martin Green, Yasaman Najmeddin, Radie Peat, James Holden, Brìghde Chaimbeul, Kate Young and Adrian Utley
Executive Producer & Script Editor was Polly Thomas.
Produced by Martin Atkinson for Lepus Productions.
Martin Green: MG
Dylan Read: Etteridge, Jim
Alison Peebles: Angela (Older), Angela’s Mum, Lady Henthorne
Anna Russell Martin: Angela (Younger)
Adam McNamara: Freddy Taft, Peter, Angela’s Dad
Owen Whitelaw: Hotelier, TV Presenter, Acid Academic
Amanda Wilkin: Mary, Becca, Traffic Warden
Jessica Hardwick: Heather
Nadia Albina: Jill, Acid Academic
Tam Dean Burn: Piper
The Portal was commissioned and presented with Edinburgh International Festival, Southbank Centre, Oxford Contemporary Music, National Theatre of Scotland, Shetland Arts, The North Wall, Bristol Music Trust, MacArts Galashiels and funded by Creative Scotland.
Produced by Lepus Productions, in collaboration with Naked Productions
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