22 episodes

The Scene Podcast is a series of little plays brought to you by Get Over It Productions. Twice a year we produce a festival of short pieces of new writing at our local fringe theatre in West London, and The Scene Podcast gives those little plays a bit of life beyond the stage.

The Scene Get Over It Productions

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 35 Ratings

The Scene Podcast is a series of little plays brought to you by Get Over It Productions. Twice a year we produce a festival of short pieces of new writing at our local fringe theatre in West London, and The Scene Podcast gives those little plays a bit of life beyond the stage.

    If Nothing Happens by Sue Hassall

    If Nothing Happens by Sue Hassall

    Gloria hunkers down and prepares for the worst in the safety of her cellar.

    • 23 min
    A New Goddess In Town by L.Z Zyphyr

    A New Goddess In Town by L.Z Zyphyr

    There has been a shake up upstairs, and recently deceased Brick finds himself on the recieving end of some rather probing questions...

    • 14 min
    The Robbing Class by Michelle Payne

    The Robbing Class by Michelle Payne

    Two sisters, find that crime is their only hope of surviving the rising cost of living in London.

    • 15 min
    Three Women In A Music Box by Dan Horrigan

    Three Women In A Music Box by Dan Horrigan

    We all need somewhere to go to off load our deepest's and our darkest's...

    • 11 min
    Aberrations by Andrew Curtis pt.2

    Aberrations by Andrew Curtis pt.2

    How long will it be before Joan completely flips her lid?

    • 18 min
    Aberrations by Andrew Curtis - pt. 1

    Aberrations by Andrew Curtis - pt. 1

    In this two parter, we follow our heroine Joan as she navigates shift work on the renal ward of an NHS hospital, and a new relationship.

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

weebonniehelen ,

Love these wee pod plays

Well written, well acted and well produced. Always look forward to one popping into my feed.

FayeBen1 ,

Keeping theatre alive for lockdown

Engaging and well executed. A great substitute to remain up to date with new writing and artists. Delivering well read and talented performances of these excellent stories.

First time podcast listener. ,

A new era?

Could this bring a strong surge of new works becoming more accessible to those who either can't attend theatre or during periods of RnD and closure? Here's hoping. Transport yourself.

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