Radio Sitcom Pilot Recording - Sweet Dreams
  • West End

Get your free tickets for an exciting new radio sitcom pilot recording at the Museum of Comedy, hosted by Juliette Burton and National Film and Television School. To reserve tickets please visit this link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sweet-dreams-radio-sitcom-pilot-recording-for-nfts-tickets-7043610629 'Sweet Dreams', created by Juliette Burton, written by Juliette Burton and Liam Beirne. Warm up act: Sarah Bennetto Sylvia is an anxious soul, but a new book helps her fall asleep on her first night living with boyfriend Ryan. In her dreams, her subconscious takes her on what could be an adventure of self-discovery or a ridiculous series of events. Can she learn anything before she wakes up? THE WRITERS: Juliette's an award-winning comedian with sold out runs at Edinburgh Fringe 2015, 2016, 2017. TV credits include BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals, BBC Tomorrow's World, BBC The One Show and ITV's This Morning. She's toured worldwide: Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, New Zealand International Comedy Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival. Liam's a regular writer on Radio 4's The News Quiz and The Now Show. He's written for Dead Ringers, Alexie Sayle's Imaginary Sandwich Bar, The Now Show 1916, Spotlight Tonight With Nish Kumar, Fred Macauley's Wet Hot Political Summer and The Show What You Wrote.

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