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  • Writer's pictureRadhika Aggarwal

Echo Chamber Audio launched!

Just before lockdown, I was booked for a BBC Radio Play and it was so much fun. I love audio, particularly because it feels so liberating to not be seen and connect only through sound. During lockdown, I learnt more about home recording and built my own vocal booth (if you would like info about this, I can send you a PDF I made). Also organising virtual table reads and meeting with other creatives to read plays and discuss new writing became my favourite activity. So I launched Echo Chamber Audio and we produced our first audio play entitled, 'On The Throne'. It was a lot of fun developing the script, written by Luke Aldridge. And a fab team came together to make it. Please do listen and read more here:

From the point of view of the producer, I loved this script the moment I read it and found the humour completely transferable to the female experience. For some reason we rarely if ever show females burp, fart, and well, poop in our cultural consumption yet we all know how sacred that time ‘on the throne’ is. Its been brilliant to work with a fantastic team. And anyone who would like to collaborate on a future episode is welcome to the party.

Our Episode 1 team is:

Cast: Lynsey Murrell – Mama, Radhika Aggarwal – Mum, Katherine Rodden – Dee, Alex Lipitch – T1, Josephine Starte – T2, and a special appearance by Orson Aldridge as Gorge. Production Team: Guy Farber – Foley, Angel-O – Audio wizard and mixing engineer, Radhika Aggarwal – Director/Producer With huge thanks to Lorenzo Bassignani. Artwork by Nathan Brenville and Featured Band: Extradition Order



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"Radhika the renaissance woman: even after 6 months of working with her in an ensemble I continue to be surprised; not only a supremely fine actor and kind generous soul, she’s a singer, composer, punk rocker, mathematician, statistician, technician, puppeteer, philosopher, comedienne and cook. I only know this because these skills come in handy when you’re making a show. She blows your mind."

Melly Still, Theatre Director 

"I was looking for a teenager who had to give birth on screen for my first episode of “Casualty”.  Radhika walked in to the room and it was immediately clear she had to play the part.  She looked like a total one off, with purple hair, biker’s leather jacket, a chipper attitude and winning smile.  My Producer agreed to let her keep the punk vibe, which suited the character anyway.  After shocking her and the other two who played her boyfriend and brother by making them watch a video of a live birth, she gave me 100% on set and stole all her scenes! Thanks Radhika!!"

John Dower, TV and Mocap Director

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