Wireless Theatre Horror and Thrillers

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Audio horror and thriller plays from the award winning Wireless Theatre Company. Visit wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk for more award winning audio dramas, and look out for the Wireless Theatre Binaural Audio Drama podcast for truly terrifying horror.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Stage Fright 2013

    Once again Wireless Theatre were thrilled to open the London Horror Festivalby recording, live at the Etcetera Theatre, three short-listed horror plays; Valley House, The Skulkand Cool Head. The plays were then judged by horror royalty Kim Newman. Judge for yourselves if you dare…. Winner Cool ...


  2. Stage Fright 2012

    London Horror Festival We opened the annual London Horror Festival with the recording of three short horror plays submitted as part of londonhorrorfestival.com‘s first ever STAGE FRIGHT competition. Judged by Richard O'Brien Rocky Horror Show writer and performer. Wrapped up with a live performance ...


  3. Phonophobia

    Halloween Radio Drama London, 1999. Geoff Verwood, a history student blighted by phonophobia, takes refuge from the London din in a quiet bookshop off Charing Cross Road. There, he makes a chance discovery – an old scrap of paper hidden in a ...


  4. Medusa on the Beach

    A perfectly ordinary, past-its-best English seaside town. Except why has everyone there been turned to stone? Two seriously out-of-their-depth police officers uncover the strange tale of what happened when middle-aged and romantically disappointed hairdresser Marjorie Briggs found something in a polythene bag on the beach that didn’t belong there, something ...


  5. Lohengrin Retold

    What is Brabant’s dark secret? A man arrives in the city of Cardiff, haunted by his past – he tells the chilling story of the deeds of Count Telramund and his sorceress wife, Ortrud. Few have survived the events that have befallen the people. But has the story ended, or ...