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The Witching Hours

A weekly Comedy, TV and Film podcast
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Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 30th of May 2014.Created and written by Uther Dean.Starring Hilary Penwarden, Hayden Frost, Hannah Banks, and Paul Waggott.Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-Beatson (who also compos
Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 30th of May 2014.Written by Alex Lodge.Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.Starring Hilary Penwarden, Hayden Frost, Hannah Banks, and Paul Waggott.Scored and recorded by Tane Upj
Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 23rd of May 2014.Written by Alice May Connolly.Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.Starring Kate Clarkin, Amy Griffin-Browne, Hannah Banks, and Jean Sergent.Scored and recorded b
In the ninth episode of series two, horrific acts in a terrifying lab are brought to light. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 23rd of May 2014.   Written by Francesa Emms.Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.Starr
Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 25th of April 2014.Written by Jonny Potts.Created and script-edited by Uther Dean.Starring Elle Wootton, Hannah Banks, Alex Greig and Jonny Potts.Scored and recorded by Tane Upjohn-B
In the seventh episode of series two, the casual cruelty of children gives way to a fearful reckoning from the depths. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 25th of April 2014. Written by Hamish Parkinson.Created and scr
In the sixth episode of series two, two bumbling graverobbers make a big mistake one that may spell the end for all humanity. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 17th of April 2014. Created and written by Uther Dean. S
In the fifth episode of series two, two star-crossed internet lovebirds find out just how physical a virtual relationship can be. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 17th of April 2014.   Written by Alice May Connolly.
The fourth episode of series 2 is a twisty time tale about what happens when you don't listen to your own advice. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 11th of April 2014. Written and created by Uther Dean.Starring Paul
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. Recorded live at BATS theatre
In the second episode of series two of The Witching Hours, a small document destruction company finds out that their latest job may have wider implications than just the shredding of paper.Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand
In episode one of series two of The Witching Hours, tensions between the human and dragon races are at breaking point.Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 4th of April 2014.Written and created by Uther Dean.Starring Han
In this excerpt from up-coming Fringe play Citizen Gef, two lonely children write letters to the things haunting them. The Witching Hours presents Freya and Uther Write Letters (An Excerpt from Citizen Gef)Written by Uther Dean and Freya Desmar
In which Vampimple discusses love and reencounters that angel. The Witching Hours presents the fourth and final part of Vampimple written and performed by Alice May Connolly. Originally performed as part of the 2013 Wellington Fringe Festival.
In which Vampimple discusses family, pets and cosmetics. The Witching Hours presents the third part of Vampimple written and performed by Alice May Connolly. Originally performed as part of the 2013 Wellington Fringe Festival. The Witching Hou
In which Vampimple discusses an encounter with an angry mob. The Witching Hours presents the second part of Vampimple written and performed by Alice May Connolly. Originally performed as part of the 2013 Wellington Fringe Festival. The Witchin
In which we meet Vampimple and hear of her encounter with an actual angel. The Witching Hours presents the first part of Vampimple written and performed by Alice May Connolly. Originally performed as part of the 2013 Wellington Fringe Festival.
We (well, Uther) take a few minutes to celebrate the season by reading and responding to your letters. The Witching Hours was created by Uther Dean. Produced by My Accomplice Theatre. Supported with funding by Creative Communities from Creative
Every single moment of our lives have been leading up to this. The Witching Hours presents Panicdotes by Hannah Banks and Uther Dean. Starring Hannah Banks. Produced by My Accomplice Theatre. Supported with funding by Creative Communities from 
People asked us to make something for an anthology show about fear. This is what we came up with. The Witching Hours presents Panicdotes by Hannah Banks and Uther Dean. Starring Hannah Banks. Produced by My Accomplice Theatre. Supported with fu
The final episode of series one of The Witching Hours promises to answer every question you've ever had about modern art. As long as all of those questions are based around the supernatural, of course. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington,
This fifth episode of series one of The Witching Hours offers you all the joys of medieval fiction: Knights! Monks! Evil from the dawn of time! Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 26th of October 2013. Written and crea
In the fourth episode of series one of The Witching Hours, two different twisted little stories are weft into an intricate web of the weird. One, the seemingly simple story of one woman's search for a present for her son. The other a mediation
In this third episode of series one of The Witching Hours, the first manned (and womanned) mission to Mars sets the stage for the oldest and greatest struggle we know, the struggle between husband and wife. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellin
In second episode of series one of The Witching Hours, the dark underside of the SPCA is finally brought to light. Recorded live at BATS theatre, Wellington, New Zealand on the 24th of October 2013. Written and created by Uther Dean. Starring H
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