Radio London theatre tickets for the Arcola Theatre run now available!
Al Smith's Radio at London's Arcola Theatre now!
Multiple award-winning writer Al Smith of Harrogate and Diary of a Madman presents Radio, a story about history, relationships, love and spaceships. Directed by Josh Roche, winner of the 2017 JMK Award, this limited run of Radio will only be at the Arcola Theatre for a very short time so book your tickets early to guarantee your seats.
Arcola Theatre Radio play synopsis
Born in the middle of the United States, in the middle of the twentieth century was Charlie Fairbanks.
Americans are on their way to space, headed to the Moon, and Charlie is certain he's going to be one of the first ones there.
Americans are going to the Moon and Charlie’s sure he’ll be the first one there. But as he turns his spotlight on the Moon, he also illuminates the darker side of his country's history.
Radio Arcola Theatre play cast and creatives
The Arcola Theatre production of Al Smith's Radio stars Adam Gillen (Killer Joe at Trafalgar Studios, The Lions Mouth and War and Peace at the Royal Court Theatre) as Charlie Fairbanks. The Off-West End play is directed by Josh Roche and features design by Sophie Thomas, lighting design by Peter Small, sound design by Ella Wahlstrom, assistant direction by Kaleya Baxe, production management by Ian Taylor, and stage management by Megan Bly.
Radio Arcola Theatre tickets on sale now at affordable prices!
Guarantee your chance to see Al Smith's limited run of Radio at the Arcola Theatre in London and book your Radio tickets now for the best seats and prices!
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Q&A with Adam Gillen from Radio
Harrogate writer Al Smith’s Radio is mid-way through its run at London’s Arcola Theatre and has been bringing us a story about American history, love and spaceships. Benidorm star Adam Gillen stars as Charlie Fairbank who is determined to be one of the first people to the moon, but in his research, his spotlight turns from the moon to a darker side of his country’s history.
Be sure to join the quest to the moon and uncover dark secrets at the Arcola Theatre before this limited run comes to an end. Radio is an earnest monologue, set at a deliberately relaxed pace by director Josh Roche and performed with an equally enthusiastic and vulnerable balance. Adam’s performance is both heartfelt and gripping and isn’t one to miss!
Luckily, before the show comes to an end, I got to speak to the Radio star Adam Gillen and ask some quick questions! Read below to see what he had to say about award-winning Al Smith’s Radio.
27 Jun, 2019 | By Jade Ali