Charlie Fairbanks was born in the dead center of the United States at the dead center of the twentieth century.
Americans are going to the Moon and Charlie’s sure he’ll be the first one there. But as he shines his spotlight on the Moon, so too does it illuminate the darker side to his nation’s history.
Radio is a story about memory, love and spaceships.
By multi-award winning writer, Al Smith (Harrogate, Diary of a Madman) and directed by Josh Roche, winner of the JMK Award 2017 (My Name is Rachel Corrie).
Al Smith’s searching, sad play is revived to mark the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing
Adam Gillen’s gripping performance lends gravity to a moving monologue of space flight and lost innocence
An exemplary piece of storytelling
A lovely example of the power of faith and deliciously highlights the testament of spirit
One of the most exhilarating things I’ve seen in the theatre this year