By Newgate Productions, Jul 1 2012 09:37PM

Episode 5 of The Monster Hunters is now available to stream and download from here and iTunes, and this month the boys are going underground...

Roy and Lorrimer come to the aid of noted archeologist Edward Travers, whose partners have died, horrifically mutilated to death. Following the Professor underground, the Monster Hunters face the ancient powers of a Voodoo goddess.

Meanwhile, Sir Maxwell is on a mission of his own. To be reunited with Tiffany.

The Voodoo Zombies of the Snake Woman was written by and stars Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock, with Paul Thompson as Travers and Simon Dylan-Kane as Sir Maxwell House and Kenneth.

Don't forget The Monster Hunters is live on stage at the Etcetera Theate for this year's Camden Fringe, and return here next month, for the thrilling climax to the series!

By Newgate Productions, Jun 15 2012 07:30AM

We are pleased to announce that The Monster Hunters stage show will be returning this summer as part of the Camden Fringe.

'It's great to be able to bring Roy and Lorrimer back to the theatre - it's where they started.' Said Matthew Woodcock, who plays Roy Steel and co-wrote the play with Peter Davis.

First performed as part of the 2011 London Horror Festival, The Monster Hunters sees Lorrimer Chesterfield and Roy Steel called in to investigate the vampiric evil that lies behind the Discotheque of Nights. On the way, their past comes back to haunt them in the form of a hideous bog monster and an ancient Egyptian curse...

Listeners to the audio series might notice a few similarities in the stage show. 'When we came to put together an audio version, we re-used some of the stories we'd performed on stage,' Matthew explained. 'But there's a lot that's different, by virtue of working in a different medium. There are great gags that work well on stage but just wouldn't translate to audio. Episode three is a great example of this: it takes the idea of the Hand of Anubis and really fleshes it out, so to speak! It's a very different piece on audio than on stage.'

The Monster Hunters is at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden on the 4th and 5th of August at 9pm. Tickets: £10, £8 concessions and can be booked from the Camden Fringe website.

By Newgate Productions, Jun 1 2012 03:09PM

The fourth episode of The Monster Hunters, The Hour of the Witch is now available to stream or download.

Called in by Scotland Yard to investigate the ritual murder of a naked girl, Lorrimer Chesterfield knows this spells trouble. Trouble spelt with a W and ending in 'itchcraft'. Can he put a stop to the terrible new thrill that the rich, bored young women of London are turning to like a pack of rich bored young women? Or will he just get shouted at by Inspector Grabber a lot?

Meanwhile, when Roy meets the beautiful Octavia in a nightclub, little does he know the trouble it will cause him...

The Hour of the Witch is written by and stars Matthew Woodcock and Peter Davis with Kate Quinn as Octavia, Kevin Haney as Detective Inspector Grabber, Amy Larcombe as Janice and Andrea Cullum as Lillith. You can listen to it here of from iTunes.

Amy Larcombe, Kate Quinn, Andrea Cullum and Kevin Haney
Amy Larcombe, Kate Quinn, Andrea Cullum and Kevin Haney

By Newgate Productions, May 16 2012 08:02AM

WHAT terrorful craze is sweeping through the innocent ladies of London like some kind of terrorful craze?

WILL Roy Steel become a victim of temptation?

CAN Lorrimer Chesterfield convince the police to drive at a sensible speed?

Find out in The Hour of the Witch, episode four of The Monster Hunters. Available for streaming and download on June 1st!

By Newgate Productions, May 1 2012 07:00PM

Episode three of The Monster Hunters, The Hand of Anubis, is now available from iTunes and here at Lorrimer recieves a package from Egypt on the anniversary of his wife's death and once more faces the terror of an ancient curse that has marked him for death. Can Roy save Lorrimer before the curse claims it's final victim? Meanwhile, Sir Maxwell has invented a new cocktail.

The Hand of Anubis, written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock as Lorrimer Chesterfield and Roy Steel, with Simon Dylan-Kane as Sir Maxwell House and Laura Marshall as Margot Chesterfield.

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