Wednesday, 29 August 2012

We're all going on a summer holiday...

We're going to be away from 1 to 9 September, and won't be processing orders during this time. You can still order CDs and downloads from us, and all orders will be filled as soon as we get back, as always!

"Absorbing and insightful..."

...That's what Starburst has to say about By Your Command: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Battlestar Galactica, before awarding it a 9 out of 10! Read the full review here.

Friday, 24 August 2012

More praise for Metafiction

From Michelle Hardingham:

"Bravo! I thought this was absolutely brilliant, so very very clever and witty. I love the dead pan way Paul outlines the events- just hillarious. I particularly enjoyed all the references to everything being
blown up and the way Paul says "Hello world."
Paul sounds fantastic..... Both of the plays are brilliant, so very clever and entertaining and
I'm really glad I checked out the website."

Thursday, 23 August 2012


Fans of The True History of Faction Paradox can now read, edit, and comment on a Faction Paradox Wiki. It's a great chance to explore the wider universe around the audios, or to help expand information about the audios themselves.

Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Praise for The Time Waster

From Michelle Hardingham:

"I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed The Time Waster. This is the first time I have purchased/listened to any of the Magic Bullet plays and I wasn't entirely sure what to expect (other than Paul Darrow never disappoints). I thought the play was so entertaining and I will definitely purchase more." 

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

More comments on Metafiction and The Time Waster

Matthew Collin says: "Just heard Metafiction. That's B7 in a nutshell. Great work."

Judith Williams says: "Still trying to get my head around Time Waster. Metafiction is funny as well as dark."

John Phelps says: "The Time Waster is brilliant and Paul Darrow is fantastic as Frank Archer. There's a steel in his delivery that totally sells the lunacy."

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

More kudos for the download audios

Some appreciation from Timothy Goldsmith:

"I enjoyed both Metafiction and especially The Time Waster. I've listened to the latter four times already! However, I hope that one day there'll be a return to the Machiavellian action dramas that is Kaldor City."

Again, if you want to send your comments, please e-mail, and let us know if we can use them for publication!

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Kudos for Metafiction and The Time Waster

  Just thought I'd share what a couple of fans have been saying about our newest productions, Metafiction and The Time Waster:

From Mark Oliver:

“Metafiction - now I get the title! Brilliant.  Great comic timing and a really fun reflection of the series - 'we blew it up' – ha!”

“I finally had a free hour and listened to The Time Waster.  What a brilliant script!  How did you keep track of all of the timelines?  I'm glad I wasn't driving while listening to this one.  Paul Darrow puts in a sublime performance I think. You really coaxed the very best out of him.”

From Johanna Mead:

“Y'all are awesome. Giggled madly throughout Metafiction. Listening to Time Waster now and really enjoying it. Alan Stevens just likes f***ing with people's heads, doesn't he?”

Please feel free to email with any comments on Kaldor City: Metafiction and The Time Waster, but please do also remember to state whether or not they should be considered for publication.

Storm Mine stage play reviewed

Another excellent review from Speaker to Animals: is the Storm Mine stage play an "apophenic text"? Find out here.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Photographs from Storm Mine

Iago (Marlon Solomon) and Blayes (Kate Millest)

Iago and Blayes

V23 (Morag Peacock) and Blayes

Chief Mover (Sean Mason) and Commander (Benjamin Patterson) 

 Iago and Blayes

Iago, Blayes and V23

Photographs from Robots of Death

Kerril (Dan Thackeray) meets his doom

Dask (Clara James)

Clockwise from left: Dask, Poul (Gerard Thompson), Toos (Leni Murphy), Zilda (Ellie Judge) and Borg (Miranda Benjamin).

Iago and Dask

Gerard Thompson, Dan Thackeray and Marlon Solomon

Will Jude Hutchby with Marlon Solomon