Welcome to the home of the world-famous Snark. If you are very lucky you may catch a glimpse, but it’s very rare that anyone gets to see it. But not to worry. There are lots of other things to see in this beautiful nature reserve – small animals, insects and beautiful plants and wild flowers.

But don’t you go straying from the paths. The signs that say danger are real. There are holes in the ground that can swallow you up and of course the high points are the most dangerous of all. A person could fall to their death up there.

If the railway gets built, this will all be destroyed and wouldn’t that be a terrible shame, a disaster in fact. Mr Bellman would be very unhappy, as would lots of other people. Mel and Jeff don’t care though. They are just here to measure up.

Brilliant and often hilarious, Just the Place for a Snark is one of my favourite Theatrephonic audio plays so far.

Written by Nigel Foster
Directed by Emmeline Braefield

Starring
Kaitlin Howard as Mel ‘Baker’
Jonathan Legg as Jeff ‘Butcher’ and The Snark
Helen Fullerton as Ferry Announcer, Daytrippers 1 & 2 and Park Ranger
and
Jayne Lloyd as Mr Bellman

Produced by Cat on a Piano Productions

Music:
Mosswood by Steve Adams

The Theatrephonic Theme tune was composed by Jackson Pentland
Performed by
Jackson Pentland
Mollie Fyfe Taylor
Emmeline Braefield

Cat on a Piano Productions produce and edit feature films, sketches and radio plays.

Their latest project is called @Theatrephonic, a podcast of standalone radio plays and short stories performed by professional actors. You can catch Theatrephonic on Spotify and other platforms.

For more information about the Theatrephonic Podcast, go to catonapiano.uk/theatrephonic, Tweet or Instagram us @theatrephonic, or visit our Facebook page.

And if you really enjoyed Just the Place for a Snark listen to Theatrephonic’s other plays and short stories and consider becoming a patron by clicking here…

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