BBC Radio Merseyside Feature on Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder Exhibtion

An exciting new Doctor Who Exhibition Opened on Friday 27th May 2022 in Liverpool at the World Museum. I took the afternoon off work and went along on the opening day. The exhibition is fantastic and I was luck enough to be asked by Paul Beesley from BBC Radio Merseyside to record a brief review of the exhibition while I was there. The review was available from BBC Sounds and was on just after 7am on Saturday 28th May 2022.

BBC Radio Merseyside interview about Doctor Who

This week has been very exciting. On Monday I received a surprise phone call from BBC Radio Scotland to be one of three interviewees talking about the announcement that Ncuti Gatwa will be the next Doctor Who.

Then this morning I had the absolute pleasure of being interviewed by Ian Kennedy on BBC Radio Merseyside’s Breakfast show. We talked about Ncuti and Doctor Who which was a really exciting opportunity for me. I’ve attached the link to the interview below.

Voice Reel Files

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I hope you enjoy the samples, please contact me if I can help you with any audio work.


1 Hitch Hikers


2 Revenge of the Cybermen


3 The Homecoming


4 I Sat Belonely


5 The Audience


6 The Zygon Inversion


7 Henry V


8 Camelot


9 The Cherry Orchard


10 The Winters Tale


11 The Abominable Snowman


12 As You Like It


13 My Fair Lady


14 The Tyger


15 Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland


16 The Hound of the Baskervilles




































The Clever Crow

We were really impressed to find out who had been trying to get to the fat balls on our bird feeder. We thought it must have been the squirrels and were amazed to find out it was our local crow. He’s so determined and we’ve been lucky enough to capture his activity on film.


Last Chance to Catch Hamlet

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Don’t forget folks today is your last chance to see OSric The Great and Powerful in Hamlet! This critically acclaimed production of Hamlet from Hillbark Players, with an outstanding cast and crew is on today at 2pm and 7.30pm in Royden Park, Frankby, Wirral. Final tickets are available from our onsite box office. All audience seats are under cover with refreshments and bar available. Free parking in Royden Park car parks, come and enjoy the magic!

Don’t worry the photo isn’t of Hamlet, it’s me as Osric!

More information from Hillbark Players website


Hamlet Banner

Behold this magnificent sight as you approach the theatre in the park. Don’t miss this epic production of Hamlet running until 24th June 2017 tickets available from the box office on site while they last. For an extra special evening why not see phone up and see if any VIP seats are left and feel pampered in this unique experience. Look forward to seeing you.

Osric The Great and Powerful

Hillbark Players website


Another brilliant review of Hamlet

Don’t miss out, only 4 more performances left to catch this amazing production. 18 months in the planning, 4 months of intensive rehearsing and training for the action pieces. An amazing set, built in the natural wonder of Royden Park, with moving background music, effects and lighting. This is an epic production staged by a not for profit company of volunteers. Come and behold the magic.

Please see @HillbarkPlayers for more details and tickets are available on the door from our onsite box office, while tickets last.

Fantastic Reviews for Hamlet!

Hamlet by Hillbark Players opened last night to outstanding reviews, please have a read of the following and if you can make it to Wirral this week please come along. All seats are under cover and there is a bar and refreshments available
The reviews are available from the following links:
Don’t miss this hot production.