Stories to Tell When You Stay at Home
Specially developed during April 2020, when large part so the globe were on lockdown.
It is strange times, we all know that, oddly familiar yet completely unknown. These are stories for adults, while they tidy up, do the washing up, sit very still, try to get some sleep….They are recorded in lockdown, created in a homemade recording studio made from duvets and light fittings.
Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night
A series of 9 episodes of short, strange tales. Small stories, odd, true, funny and familiar that reflect the night hours themselves.
Each episode has a set of Stories that visit a different kind or part of the night. They are Stories that aren't always about the night but carry a sense of the night, of being awake when no one else is, unrest, when the sleep won't come. The things that keep us awake. Frustrations, irritations, fears, loss, love and lust. Each set of Stories is no longer than 30 minutes and has a theme that ties those stories together.
There is a night out on the town, nights in with lovers, or nights up remembering the left behind. Sometimes you’ll get three stories, sometimes five, sometimes a mini story and a singular long tale. I’ll tell you stories about dead dogs, pork pies, noisy neighbours and itches that need to be scratched.
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Stories to Tell for When You Stay at Home: Episode 1
Enjoy stories about the strange situation we all find ourselves in now. Stories to stay home to.
Stories to Tell for When You Stay at Home: Episode 2
Join Francesca on a walk with her dog, as she tells smalls stories and tries to find a sense of what she is missing.
Stories to Tell for When You Stay at Home: Episode 3
Join Francesca to look out her kitchen window, walk round the block and hear as the view changes and buildings fall.
An introduction to Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night, written and performed by Francesca Millican-Slater.
A Night Out
From dancing under disco lights to blood on the pavement, with the watchers and the shakers in between, here's some stories as an ode to nights out, your first one, the regular ones, the ones that don't end as they should.
In this set of stories, it’s the frustrations we're looking at; the things that churn around your brain to stop you sleeping, the indignations we invent about others who cut in and cut up.