Hambledon Productions and Louth Riverhead Theatre present
AT THE WAKE by Elaine Howell
Directed by John Hewer
It is the wake after Stanley's funeral. The three brothers have done well for themselves – mainly thanks to Stan. The wives loathe each other and don't think much of their own husbands either. The recently widowed Pat thinks it is now the best time to reveal some lifelong secrets. The brothers are about to get the shock of their lives.
When families get together, drama isn't far behind.
Hambledon Productions proudly present Ray Galton and Alan Simpson’s
“Christmas with Steptoe and Son”
Adapted by John Hewer
Christmas simply wouldn’t be Christmas without a visit to 23 Oil Drum Lane to catch up with the nation’s favourite rag-and-bone-men and indulge in some classic, festive misadventures!
**This show has been adapted into an audiobook and IS be available to download and to purchase as a special edition CD release HERE!
DRACULA: ONE BLOODY FANG AFTER ANOTHER
Written and Performed by John Hewer
Directed by Bruce Knight
One man. Eighteen roles. Plenty at stake...
Whitby, England, 1897. What kept you?
Stephen Renwart has been bought a caravan for his 50th birthday.
The frustrating thing is that he hasn't even got a car...
This amusing radio comedy was broadcast on BBC Radio Lincolnshire on 25th March 2020 and is available to listen on the link below.
Written by John Hewer
Featuring John Hewer and Jane Crawshaw
Sound Design by Christopher Peters