Bonus Episode Three - Interview with Allen Williams, Kiahna Culleton and Fynn Katic
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
This  is Eerie Street, a podcast by Matriark and Queensland Theatre. Join us today for a bonus episode conversation with young writers Allen Williams, Kiahna Culleton and Fynn Katic, whose stories can be heard on Episode 3 of Eerie Street, Season 2. We'll discuss what inspired them and what they learned from the experience of writing a horror podcast ..read more
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Bonus Episode One - Interview with Lara Beatty and Grace Wilson
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
This is Eerie Street, a podcast by Matriark and Queensland Theatre. Join us today for a bonus episode conversation with young writers Lara Beatty and Grace Wilson, whose stories can be heard on Episode 1 of Eerie Street. We'll discuss what inspired them and what they learned from the experience of writing a horror podcast ..read more
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Episode One: Attend Your Own Funeral
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
This is Eerie Street, a  podcast by Matriark and Queensland Theatre. Prepare yourself for a  series of uniquely Australian horror stories told by young writers from  across Queensland. All the stories are based on real locations throughout Queensland; old  hospitals, industrial beaches, suburban swimming pools and abandoned  bowling alleys are just some of the places we'll be visiting. In this episode you'll be hearing from Lara Beatty of the Sunshine Coast and Grace Wilson from Barrine in North Qld.  Sit tight and stay eerie ..read more
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Episode Three: Callus on Bone
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
Trapped. The most primal of fears. Needing to escape but not knowing how, to where or whom you can turn. Who hasn't had a nightmare of being pinned down, held back and frozen in the face of terror?  The stories you are about to listen to are about being trapped, whether by callused hands or cursed fate. This week's stories are by young Australian writers, Jessica Hewett and Brendan Codemo. Please leave our ensemble of young writers a review and a rating if you enjoyed! @matriarktheatre www.matriarktheatre.com/eeriestreet ..read more
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Episode Two: My Precious Eyes
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
On this episode we take you from an abandoned warehouse facility to the projection room of an old cinema in two stories about eerie sightings. Sightings that paralyse and perplexe, disturb and disgust, causing us to clutch at the strings of our sanity and say "My Precious Eyes!". This week's stories by young Australian writers, Aisata Bah and Arieta Varvaressos.  Please leave our ensemble a review and a rating if you enjoyed!  @matriarktheatre www.matriarktheatre.com ..read more
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Episode One: Things Like This Happen Everyday
Eerie Street
by Matriark Theatre
11M ago
We are all scared of something. From malevolent creatures in the dark to the pages of a cursed book, there is sure to be a fright waiting for you in the short stories ahead. Written and performed by young authors from across the Australia, this is Eerie Street. In Episode One we'll hear two stories, the first is written and performed by Lauren Hulley and is about an old industrial platform at Belmore Beach. The Second is written and performed by Ella Humphries and is about a deserted Aldi carpark somewhere in the south of Sydney. We hope you enjoy the first episode of this series, if you did p ..read more
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