Lucky DipJan 25, 2022
You've heard of St David, now find out about his aunt! St Dwynwen, is the Welsh patron saint of lovers. In this upcoming audio drama, hear the story that lead to her sainthood based of several versions of her legend.
In loving memory of Helena Creak, who was full of more love than Dwynwen herself.
Written and Directed by Andrew Creak.
Dwynwen was played by Violet Rees, Brychan by Tony Fyler, Maelon was Joey Winniatt-Lewis, the Angel was played by Sara-Jane Walters and the servant was played by Max Gronow.
Mari was played by Ella Stockton(pronounced tun), Alice by Laura-Jayne Hunt, and the waiter was played by Hari Cole. Other parts played by the cast.
The script editor and Executive Producer was Tony Fyler. The Producer was Andrew Creak.
Cover art by Matthew Purchase.
Theme tune by Gabriel Evans
Music: ‘Hymn to the Gods’, ‘Planning, Swingin' Ballad’, ‘Until the End’, ‘Village Ambiance’ and ‘Voice of an Angel One’ by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Sound design was by Ross Maneely
This script was based on several versions of the St Dwynwen story. Elements were changed and embellished for dramatic effect.
Find out more about Third Time Lucky Productions at www.thirdtime.co.uk
Dwynwen - Trailer
Music: Sorrow by Alexander Nakarada (http://www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Like Tears In Rain
Like Tears In Rain by Phil Stewart.
Like Tears In Rain - Trailer
Alone in an escape pod with an AI, Seth is the only hope left to save the Hershal and everyone on board.
Proxy Variable - Trailer
Alone in a escape pod with an AI, Seth is the only hope left to save the Hershal and everyone on board. Hear the trailer for Proxy Variable, the first audio in our new anthology series Lucky Dip, streaming from January 2020. Find out more here: https://luckydip.thirdtime.co.uk
1945, Victory in Europe Day, Barbra is a young woman who did her bit alongside her husband Ian during the Second World War, they both decide to go out and celebrate, but Ian has reservations about the future. Jump to 2020 and Barbra gets a video call from her family who reflect on the importance of this day.
Lucky Dip: Seventy Five was written by Andrew Creak.
Ian was played by Callum Low, Barbra by Alexandra Thie, Susan by Laura Jayne Hunt, Alex was played by Ross Wilson and Steven by Oliver Martin.
1940's Slow Dance by Doug Maxwell & Media Right Productions and the original theme tune was composed by Gabriel Evans
This minisode was produced and edited by Andrew Creak.
Executive Producer was Tony Fyler and Georgia Turnbull was the Producer's Assistant.
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Lucky Dip Theme Tune
A sneak peek at the theme tune composed by Gabriel Evans! The first audio in our anthology series will be released very soon!