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Sep 22, 2015



by Washington Irving (1783-1859) New England

The morality play is a genre of Medieval and early Tudor theatrical entertainment.

In their own time, these plays were known as interludes, a broader term given to dramas with or without a moral. Morality plays have a type of hidden meaning, in...

Sep 9, 2015

Fear by Achmed Abdullah

THE fact that the man whom he feared had died ten years earlier did not in the least lessen Stuart McGregor’s obsession of horror, of a certain grim expectancy, every time he recalled that final scene, just before Farragut Hutchison disappeared in to the African jungle to his death. McGregor...

Jul 13, 2014

For those who enjoyed listening to Sal Bolton's 'The Call of Africa', you are invited to follow her on another adventure, this time into the rain forests of Ecuador, South America.

Sal, inspired by her childhood film hero, Indiana Jones, and with only a basic school-girl knowledge of Spanish, attempts her...

Jun 12, 2010

Teenager, Abbie Lefevre, has vanished without trace. When struggling private detective Abe Gunnings is called in by Abbie's mother to investigate her disappearance, he quickly discovers that nothing about the case is as it first appears.

Written and directed by Gary Mepsted, narrated by Nick Green, edited and...

Mar 6, 2010

'Death is no barrier to Beatrice and Florence's friendship, but when Beatrice leaves her childhood home Florence is forced to remain in the house, and the future of their relationship is threatened.'


Arabella Gibbins is an actress, singer and songwriter

Arabella studied dance and drama from an early age. She...