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Maybe You Like It Presents...

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Maybe You Like It Presents... is a new podcast stream for the Maybe You Like It team to share their productions that are in an audio format. That means classic radio plays, new writing, and podcast series that Maybe You Like It create will be available to listen to here!
4 Episodes
Welcome to The Half-Hour Comedy Hour, in support of The Gatehouse's vital work with people in experiencing homelessness in Oxford. Strap in for absurdist sketch comedy, with a few improvised characters phoning in along the way. To DONATE to The Gatehouse's Winter Appeal, visit Follow us on social media to find out what we get up to next: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Merry Christmas, and we hope you enjoy the show! The half-hour comedy hour was devised and performed by Harrison Gale, Caleb Barron, James Akka and Jake Rich with additional material and performances from Gemma Daubeney, Jeremy Adkins, and Alex Grace.  Audio and visual material was provided by Kavana Crossley, Harrison Gale and Django Pinter. The fundraising and publicity coordinator for The Gatehouse, is David Kay.  The Producers were Jake Rich and Caleb Barron, and it was a Maybe You Like It Production. Copyrighted Sources: Tv High School Sting - Alexander Nakarada Orion Williams - Benny Hill Theme Alternative Hip Hop Christmas by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. Artist: Artwork - Harrison Gale, Django Pinter and The Gatehouse Oxford
"Strange as it may seem to you as a civilian, Balsquith, if you point a rifle at a woman and fire it, she will drop exactly as a man drops." Professor of History, John Eltis, presents a historical recording from April 1st 1911 in the office of General Mitchener in the War Office in London. Westminster has been completely overrun by suffragettes, compulsory military service is in effect, and it's up to Prime Minister Balsquith and General Mitchener to restore peace and tranquillity to a chaotic Britain. Unfortunately, a harmonious nation requires a little bit of compromise, something Balsquith and Mitchener are not accustomed to. In Press Cuttings, Shaw provides one of his funniest and silliest satires, taking aim at anti-suffragettes, the military, and the lengths politicians will go to to stay in power. The play has been produced in Stereoscopic 3D sound - wear headphones and immerse yourself in the British War Office! Cast (in order of appearance) Rob Merriam             as        General Mitchener Caleb Barron             as        The Orderly Jake Rich                    as        Prime Minister Balsquith Gemma Daubeney    as        Mrs Farrel Maggie Moriarty       as       Mrs Banger Ellie Cooper                as       Lady Corinthia Fanshawe Directed by Caleb Barron with Gemma Daubeney Produced by Jake Rich and Caleb Barron Graphics by Phil Olney This was a Maybe You Like It production. If you enjoyed this production and would like to find out more or get in contact with the Maybe You Like It team, you can contact us through our social media channels below, or by email, or visit our website to find out more. Twitter:  @maybeulikeit Instagram:  @maybeulikeit Facebook:  /maybeyoulikeit Email: Website:
Maybe You Like It Presents... Do Try This At Home! Coming this Monday (26th October), the first season of Maybe You Like It's new show Do Try This At Home. Join writers Caleb Barron and Harrison Gale as they riff rewrites for some of cinema's most mediocre movies. For season one we've got a mixed bag of different genres from auteur cinema to romcoms to mid-budget sci-fi! Subscribe now to catch every episode on release and follow us on twitter and instagram @dotrythispod. Available wherever you get your podcasts or at the links below: Spotify, Acast, Deezer, Castbox, Anchor
Press Cuttings Teaser!

Press Cuttings Teaser!


This week we'll be dropping our first radio play, George Bernard Shaw's Press Cuttings. Listen to this teaser to here Jake talk you through what the play is all about and why you should listen. Find out more at our website.