2.6 – The Resurrectionists!

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TWH 206 - The Resurrectionists

In the sixth episode of series two, two bumbling grave robbers make a big mistake one that may spell the end for all humanity.

Grave-robbing is hardwork even before the dead start walking.

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Next week: The Witching Hours takes a deep breath and dives beneath the waves to find Hamish Parkinson’s Sea Creature. Find it here on the 25th of October 2014!

Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 17th of April 2014.
Created and written by Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah BanksHilary Penwarden, Alex Greig and Jonny Potts.
Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also composed the theme).
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

The Witching Hours would not be possible without the support of the glittering William O’Neil.

2.5 – Apple of my Eye

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TWH 205 - Apple of My Eye

In the fifth episode of series two, two star-crossed internet lovebirds find out just how physical a virtual relationship can be.

Who knew internet romance could be so… visceral?

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Next week: The Witching Hours takes a deep dark dig into the unholy world of grave robbers in Uther Dean’s The Resurrectionists! Find it here on the 18th of October 2014!

Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 17th of April 2014.
Written by Alice May Connolly.
Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah BanksHilary Penwarden, Alex Greig and Jonny Potts.
Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also composed the theme).
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

The Witching Hours would not be possible without the support of the iridescent William O’Neil.

2.3 – Loki Bound

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2.3 LOKI BOUND

In the third episode of series two, we meet Loki and Sigyn, a trickster God and his wife bound together, tearing each other apart.

With poison dripping down, the stakes raise and raise until something has to break.

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Next week: The Witching Hours turn into a tale temporal twistiness as one man learns the dangers of meddling with time-travel in Uther Dean’s One is the Onlyist Number. Find it here on the 31st of May 2014!

Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 11th of April 2014.
Written by James Cain.
Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah BanksPaul Waggott and Jonny Potts.
Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also composed the theme).
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

The Witching Hours would not be possible without the support of the beautiful William O’Neil.

2.2 – We Can Destroy It For You Wholesale

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2.2 WE CAN DESTROY IT FOR YOU WHOLESALE

In the second episode of series two, a small document destruction company finds out that their latest job may have wider implications than just the shredding of paper.

As things more than documents begin to be erased, the very threads that hold the whole of reality together begin to fray.

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Next week: The Witching Hours take a mythical turn as we meet Loki and Sigyn caught in their tempestuous relationship somewhere between love and hate. Find out more in James Cain’s delicate character piece
Loki Bound
here on the 24th of May 2014!

Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 4th of April 2014.
Written by Adam Goodall.
Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah Banks, Frankie Emms, Paul Waggott and Jonny Potts.
Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also composed the theme).
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

The Witching Hours would not be possible without the support of the glittering William O’Neil.

2.1 – Fire and Eyes

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In the first episode of series two, tensions are brewing between the Dragon and Human races.

Dragons! Diplomacy! Death! Fire and Eyes is a fiery slice of adventure pie!

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Next week: As modernity marches on a small document destruction company finds out that there may be more to their latest job than meets the eye. Find out more in Adam Goodall’s mysterious head-melter We Can Destroy It For You Wholesale here on the 17th of May 2014!

Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 4th of April 2014.
Written and created by Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah Banks, Frankie Emms, Paul Waggott and Jonny Potts.
Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also composed the theme).
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

The Witching Hours would not be possible without the support of the innumerable William O’Neil.

TWHP: Panicdotes – Part Two

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Part Two

Everything is precarious. Everything is over-whelming.

People asked us to make something for an anthology show about fear. This is what we came up with.

Download it here.

Series one may be complete but these little presentations are here to tide you over before the sinister sixteen episodes that make up the coming superb second series! Find out more about attending the live recordings here.

The Witching Hours presents Panicdotes by Hannah Banks and Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah Banks.
Produced by My Accomplice.
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.

TWHP: Panicdotes – Part One

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Panicdotes - Part One

 

Getting up in the morning looks so easy. So why is it so hard?

People asked us to make something for an anthology show about fear. This is what we came up with.

Download it here.

Series one may be complete but these little presentations are here to tide you over before the sinister sixteen episodes that make up the coming superb second series! Find out more about attending the live recordings here.

The Witching Hours presents Panicdotes by Hannah Banks and Uther Dean.
Starring Hannah Banks.
Produced by My Accomplice.
Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative New Zealand and the Wellington City Council.