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Podcast by Christopher Patrick | Toasted Fiction Theatre is a brand new audio series of short plays and stories created by Christopher Patrick. Each month, Toasted Fiction Theatre will release a new episode that features new writing from writers throughout Scotland.
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Toasted Fiction Theatre is a brand new audio series of short plays and stories created by writer/director Christopher Patrick.Each month, Toasted Fiction Theatre will release a new episode that features new writing from writers throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK.The episodes are recorded in front of a live audience and read by professional actors.This first episode is a little introductory episode. A mini-sode if you will.
Full Stop by Christopher PatrickPerformed by Colin Little, Hazel Ann Crawford, Kirsty Strain & Charlie Graham.When Jake loses his wife he does what all grieving husbands would do. Buys cheap whiskey and hides in his attic from the in-laws. Will his sister and best friend be able to convince him to come down? And will they have to put up with his wife's family for much longer?The only thing worse than death is dealing with the family in the aftermath. Thankfully, attics were built for hiding.
Pulse by Julie Tsang

Pulse by Julie Tsang

2018-07-2800:16:44

An interrogation inside.A missing female outside.A stranger is being interrogated by the police. There is evidence he did it. But what happens when the so called bad guy turns out to be further from the truth.Pulse is a moving tale of loss, friendship and a heartbeat.Performed by Colin Little & Cameron McGarva.
Responsible by Eve Nicole

Responsible by Eve Nicole

2018-07-2800:12:14

Sam is excited but nervous to leave school and become A Proper Grown Up. She thinks her fun, youthful English teacher, Emma, has got life sorted. But Sam knows little about her private life.Emma hasn’t never really grown up. Comforting herself with Monster Munch and kids’ cartoons, Emma resists embracing her new obligations as a teacher.Sam flatters Emma’s fragile self-esteem, but Emma’s returned attention pulls them into a risky relationship that will challenge their ideas of what it means to be an adult.Growing up can put years on you.Performed by Hazel Ann Crawford, Megan Hair & Kirsty Strain
Patrick ponders the meaning of his life and what might lie ahead after his time in the womb while his brother Stewart takes each day as it comes with no expectations of what the future holds.Their opposing personalities and constant bickering seeing the twins gasping for air as they try to untangle the mess they’ve created……before it leads to fatal consequences. Will there be life after birth for the boys?“You’ve always been on that side, and I’ve always been on this side. Let’s change it up, live a little!”Performed By: Colin Little, Charlie Graham & Cameron McGarva
Why I Want To Drink With Boris Johnson or The Entirely Predictable Trials of Being by C.McMillanA broken hearted writer sits down with a pen to rid his pain and right the world. However, he quickly realises he may not know how to do either. In fact, he barely even knows if he can write; it could all be a bunch of tat with some cool one liners.Who knows?"I'm struggling to remember the last time I had a good idea. Other than the whisky in the morning that is. That was truly inspired."Performed by: Cameron McGarvaProduced & Directed by: Christopher PatrickRecorded by: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian Swinscoe
'Expecting' explores a woman's struggle to come to terms with her pregnancy against the busybody backdrop of a woman's discussion forum. Despite the advice of other smug expectant mothers, Beth feels isolated and unusual. She remains haunted by a memory that distorts the way she sees her own pregnant body.An expectant mother struggles with a haunting memory.Performed by Kirsty StrainWritten by Alice Cairns & Mary Trend
A blink and you'll miss it short sketch about God with a hangover recorded by Neil John Gibson & Kirsty Strain.
The Mackenzie’s are living the high life as Scotland’s most famous reality TV family with their show, Keepin’ Up Wae The Mackenzie’s taking the top spot every year. However, when the show takes a big dip in ratings the producers put into a place a desperate plan to get them back on top……All it’ll take is a little bit of convincing, and a designer vagina or two.Ye cannae choose you’re family…..but ye can choose what channel yer oan.If The Broons met The Kardashians, it would be a little something like this.Written By: Christopher PatrickProduced & Directed By: Christopher PatrickPerformed By: Charlie Graham, Cameron McGarva, Kirsty Strain, Hazel Ann Crawford, Colin Little & Megan HairSound Recorded By: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian SwinscoeRecorded live on the 29th September 2016 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.Series 1 of Toasted Fiction Theatre is supported by Inverclyde Placed Partnership, Beacon Arts Centre & Emerge.Twitter: @toastedfiction
Guffy by Glenna Scaachi

Guffy by Glenna Scaachi

2018-07-2800:19:51

Guffy is a guttural allegorical tale of the state of our nation.Guffy is a Scottish lass born and bred in Alloa. Present.Alba is the elderly Scottish woman that bred her. Past.The bairn is but a few months old bred by them both. Future.They co-exist at the bottom end of Alloa.“If yer frae the Bottom End ye dinnae get oot”Writer: Glenna ScaachiPerformed By: Karen Bartke, Kirsty Strain & Cameron McGarvaProduced By: Toasted Fiction TheatreDirected By: Christopher Patrick
Echoes And Jigsaw Until The SeaWritten By Heloise ThualIn a house which echoes aren’t her own, Lily can hear her Mum playing “Truth Or Breath” every night in the bathroom. Maybe if Lily completes her jigsaw before her Mum ran out of breath, she will be invited to play the game too.Mum now spends her nights in the bathroom.Playing some kind of game.Truth or Breath. Breath or Truth.Produced and Directed by Christopher PatrickPerformed by Karen Bartke, Neil John Gibson, Cameron McGarva & Kirsty Strain.
The Vultures | Written By Christopher PatrickMary and June are The Vultures. A pair of wedding, christening and birthday party crashers who fancy themselves as Scotland’s answer to Thelma and Louise, but with greyer hair. However, when they decide to crash a wake in a bid for some ‘Scran’, they’re forced to have a look at their own mortality and question how they choose to spend the remainder of their time.Performed By Karen Bartke & Kirsty StrainRecorded Live at The Beacon Arts Centre on the 7th of July 2016
Murder On The S.S. Dreamer

Murder On The S.S. Dreamer

2018-07-2800:31:25

Murder On The S.S. DreamerWritten ByJack CraigTold through recovered voice logs left mostly by Captain Morgan, this story tells the tale of a small group of cosmonauts sent to explore the deep reaches of space as they are caught in a murder plot.When the body of psychologist Lea Schauffer is found strangled, Captain Morgan must find out who killed her and quickly. The murderer leaves taunting voice messages on his computer. Mistrust is growing fast among his crew, threatening the survival of everyone on board. But Captain Morgan is not a man to be underestimated. He will find the killer. No matter what.1 crew. 1 murderer. 70 billion miles from home.Performed by Neil John Gibson, Colleen Garrett, Karen Bartke and Charlie Graham.
Hymn by Amy Claire Shearer

Hymn by Amy Claire Shearer

2018-07-2800:15:06

HymnWritten By Amy Claire Shearer"What do you do when everyone is telling you one thing, but he is telling you another?"Grandmothers are always right. Especially when they were Suffragettes. But, what happens when everyone else disagrees and she isn't there anymore? You turn to the one person who understands. Who gets you. Who wants you to be with him. You might be fighting a different cause from your beloved Grandmother - but this time it's in his name.erformed By Karen Bartke and Colleen Garrett.Produced and Directed by Christopher Patrick.Tech: Kieran Fitzpatrick, Keiran Lowrie and Calum McMillanRecorded Live at The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock on the 31st March 2016.
The First ActWritten ByAnnie Lowry ThomasTwo actresses attend an audition with a twist. A play within a play, The First Act is an exploration of our everyday performances and the characters we choose to present.Performed By Colleen Garrett, Karen Bartke and Neil John Gibson.Produced and Directed by Christopher Patrick.Tech: Kieran Fitzpatrick, Keiran Lowrie and Calum McMillanRecorded Live at The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock on the 31st March 2016.
Fools On A HillWritten byChristopher PatrickHammer. Nails. Crucifix. Co-Codamal. This is bound to end well.Not satisfied with the direction the world is heading, two Christians take it upon themselves to start spreading the word of God again and put the world to rights the only way they know how – a good old fashioned crucifixion.You can now support the podcast through Patreon! www.patreon.com/toastedfictionSo please, if you like what we do here, pledge as little as $1 a month (80p fellow Scots and UK people) and it means we can bring loads more Toasted Fiction Theatre episodes to youPerformed by Neil John Gibson and Charlie Graham.Produced and Directed by Christopher Patrick.Tech: Kieran Fitzpatrick, Keiran Lowrie and Calum McMillanRecorded Live at The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock on the 31st March 2016.
Full Stop by Christopher PatrickPerformed by Colin Little, Hazel Ann Crawford, Kirsty Strain & Charlie Graham. When Jake loses his wife he does what all grieving husbands would do. Buys cheap whiskey and hides in his attic from the in-laws. Will his sister and best friend be able to convince him to come down? And will they have to put up with his wife's family for much longer?The only thing worse than death is dealing with the family in the aftermath. Thankfully, attics were built for hiding.Sound Recorded By: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian SwinscoeRecorded live on the 29th September 2016 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.Series 1 of Toasted Fiction Theatre is supported by Inverclyde Placed Partnership, Beacon Arts Centre & Emerge.Twitter: @toastedfictionE-mail: toastedfiction@gmail.comWebsite: www.toastedfiction.comToasted Fiction: A Collection Of Very Short Stories (That Nobody Asked For) is now available on www.toastedfiction.com/books/All 14 episodes of Toasted Ficti
An interrogation inside.A missing female outside. A stranger is being interrogated by the police. There is evidence he did it. But what happens when the so called bad guy turns out to be further from the truth.Pulse is a moving tale of loss, friendship and a heartbeat.Performed by Colin Little & Cameron McGarva.Sound Recorded By: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian SwinscoeRecorded live on the 29th September 2016 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.Series 1 of Toasted Fiction Theatre is supported by Inverclyde Placed Partnership, Beacon Arts Centre & Emerge.Twitter: @toastedfictionE-mail: toastedfiction@gmail.comWebsite: www.toastedfiction.comToasted Fiction: A Collection Of Very Short Stories (That Nobody Asked For) is now available on www.toastedfiction.com/books/Episodes 1 - 13 of Toasted Fiction Theatre: Series 1 are now available on iTunes and Soundcloud. Subscribe and leave your review! I
Sam is excited but nervous to leave school and become A Proper Grown Up. She thinks her fun, youthful English teacher, Emma, has got life sorted. But Sam knows little about her private life.Emma hasn’t never really grown up. Comforting herself with Monster Munch and kids’ cartoons, Emma resists embracing her new obligations as a teacher.Sam flatters Emma’s fragile self-esteem, but Emma’s returned attention pulls them into a risky relationship that will challenge their ideas of what it means to be an adult. Growing up can put years on you.Performed by Hazel Ann Crawford, Megan Hair & Kirsty StrainSound Recorded By: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian SwinscoeRecorded live on the 29th September 2016 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.Series 1 of Toasted Fiction Theatre is supported by Inverclyde Placed Partnership, Beacon Arts Centre & Emerge.Twitter: @toastedfictionE-mail: toastedfiction@gmail.comWebsite: www.toastedfiction.comToasted Fiction: A Collection Of Very Short Stories
Patrick ponders the meaning of his life and what might lie ahead after his time in the womb while his brother Stewart takes each day as it comes with no expectations of what the future holds.Their opposing personalities and constant bickering seeing the twins gasping for air as they try to untangle the mess they’ve created……before it leads to fatal consequences. Will there be life after birth for the boys? “You’ve always been on that side, and I’ve always been on this side. Let’s change it up, live a little!”Performed By: Colin Little, Charlie Graham & Cameron McGarvaSound Recorded By: Keiran LowrieTech: Ian SwinscoeRecorded live on the 29th September 2016 at the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock. Series 1 of Toasted Fiction Theatre is supported by Inverclyde Placed Partnership, Beacon Arts Centre & Emerge. Twitter: @toastedfictionE-mail: toastedfiction@gmail.comWebsite: www.toastedfiction.comToasted Fiction: A Collection Of Very Short Stories (That Nobody Asked For) is n
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