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Way Back: the radio play

We are thrilled to have started work on our audio adaptation of our five-star hit dark comedy Way Back, set on the iconic Beachy Head, East Sussex.


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A member of Beachy Head's Chaplaincy Team, Carol, has her work cut out when it comes to saving people from the brink. Join her as she goes above and beyond the call of duty to save depressed romantic Miles, and attention-seeking ex-pop star Randy. A kiss, a date in a greasy spoon cafe, a fight on the cliff tops, an international concert tour, can they help each other find purpose and happiness after all? A brand new, poignant and genuinely daring new comedy, sensitively exploring the taboo themes of depression and suicide.

Cast and Crew

2017 Jasmine Blackborow 2017 · By: Andi CrownJasmine Blackborow (Carol) recently graduated from The Central School of Speech and Drama. She made her professional debut as Lucy Westenra in Dracula (New Vic Theatre) in 2015, followed by Rosie in Now This Is Not The End (Arcola Theatre) and Maid Marion in Hood (Theatre Royal Nottingham, directed by Jack McNamara as part of their 150th anniversary celebrations).

Paul Carroll (Randy) hails from County Wexford in Ireland and has been professionally treading the boards for twenty years. Stage credits include The Importance of Being Earnest, All in the Head and a world tour as the male soloist singer in Riverdance. He is currently a regular comic actor with Give It Some Room Theatre Company.

Matt Lim (Miles) holds an MA in modern languages from the University of Cambridge has since enjoyed numerous success on-stage and on-screen. Most stage credits recent include touring with romantic comedy 2 Complicated, the mental health issues project In My Head (The Proud Archivist), and Víctor in Yerma (Barons Court Theatre). He is a founding member and artistic director of Punchline Theatre.

Michael Wain (Director)

Shaun McCreery (Technical director)

Daniël Henry Kaes (Writer