Teaser podcast for the up and coming "The Nuisance Inspector," audio drama released on Friday 27 November.
History is about to misbehave...
The Nuisance Inspector:
Experience a sinister slice of York’s history by joining us for an audio drama behind the Hungate Clearances in York.
It is the 1930s and York’s newest Health Inspector encounters more than he bargains for in the mysterious and extraordinary alleys and yards of Hungate.
A strange body in the Foss, ghostly goings-on in Carmelite Street and an unlikely romance all feature in this moving tale of love, loss and community spirit.
Based on real events and inspired by letters, maps, books and photographs from the civic archives, The Nuisance Inspector uses drama, comedy and live music to transport you into a powerful and poignant past.
Prepare to be immersed…
Nuisance Inspector written and directed by Paul Birch
Produced by Dave Fleming
Historical consultant Dr Julie-Ann Vickers
Performed by Colin Benson, Paul Birch, Thomas Frere, Tom Jackson, Rachel Price
Music composed and performed by Emily Lawler
Audio production Matt Seymour
Photography by Jackson Portraiture
Explore York Libraries and Archives, Pauline Rourke at York Theatre Royal and Wellcome Trust who funded the cataloguing and conservation of the Past Caring Archives.
An Explore Labs production supported by public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.