For our next Bristol event, we’re joining forces with our chef friends from Mi Casa to bring you a night of amazing radio and delicious food.
Join us for a lovingly curated set of audio adventures, radio documentary and sonic delights.
Each piece we play will be accompanied by a dish, specially created by Mi Casa to complement the story.
Good food. Good radio. Good people. A feast for ears and belly!
When: Weds 7th May @ 7.30pm
Where: The Georgian Study @ Big Chill, Bristol
15 Small St, Bristol, Avon BS1 1DE
Tickets: £35 per person (for a six course tasting menu)
Tickets are available now from the Mi Casa website. Space is limited so please book early! http://www.micasapopup.co.uk/home/events
This month we’re holding our very first In The Dark event in Berlin! Join us for an evening of sonic adventures and radio storytelling at the wonderful Madame Claude.
The theme of the night will be Upside Down, so hang on to your seats as we listen to stories of topsy-turvy worlds, sleeping in space and when life suddenly go bottoms-up.
In May we’re back in London for Mental Health Awareness Week. In The Dark has joined forces with The Dragon Café and Mental Fight Club to present a selection of mind-bending radio stories that explore the glorious and eccentric possibilities of the human mind. ** Please note this event is alcohol free due to the nature of the venue but soft drinks will be available. Where: Crypt of St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, SE1 1JA
When: Monday 12th May, 6.45pm
Tickets: Pay what you can afford (suggested £5 per person)
In May we’re back in London for Mental Health Awareness Week. In The Dark has joined forces with The Dragon Café and Mental Fight Club to present a selection of mind-bending radio stories that explore the glorious and eccentric possibilities of the human mind.
** Please note this event is alcohol free due to the nature of the venue but soft drinks will be available.
Where: Crypt of St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, SE1 1JA
For a second year running, In The Dark is teaming up with Samara Tompsett and the Morning collective to create a unique listening space in the Latitude Festival. We’ll be pitching up in the Faraway Forest with the “Tell Tale Tit”, a woven wicker world encompassing a recording studio and swinging listening portals.
As well as our classic listening sessions (with now obligatory Latitude swings), during the early hours of the day visitors will be invited to have their own stories recorded and edited to be played later as part of our listening programme.
We are very exited to be collaborating with Grey Heron Media for the first ever HearSay Festival which will be taking place in November this year. The festival will be taking place in the beautiful mountain village of Kilfinane in Co. Limerick for three days and nights in November.
This truly promises to be an audio festival like no other, with all sorts of wonderful audio delights to explore in unusual and unexpected ways. To find out more visit the HearSay website, and more details will be revealed over the coming months.
Submissions for The In The Dark Sheffield International Audio Award are now closed. A huge thank you to everyone who submitted and spread the word. We were overwhelmed by the number of entries we received and are looking forward to the many pleasurable hours of listening ahead, along with our wonderful judges!
The three nominated works will be announced at the beginning of May on In The Dark’s website and nominees will be contacted. They will form part of Sheffield Doc/Fest’s official screening selection. The award winner will be announced on 12th June at the Sheffield Doc/Fest.
We will also point you in the direction of any work that we enjoyed that doesn’t make the final three in the run up to the festival so stay tuned for some great listening!
We’re very proud to hear yet another broadcast outing for the Sound Bank – this time Esther Johnson’s 88 Keys on ABC National’s Sounds Like Radio
You can hear all our grant winners, past and present, right here >>
This week Steve Urqhart’s grant winning piece “Cuts and Bruises” featured on KCRW’s Unfictional – one of our favorite shows (so we couldn’t be more chuffed).
Huge congrats to Steve and also many thanks to his mentor, Sara Parker (and all of you for your contributions that help make the Sound Bank possible).
Take a listen to the show (which is entitled Mano a Mano!) here >>