Radio Silence: Expat Production Well Worth A Watch

80 years ago this Halloween, the world learned about fear through the 1938 Orson Welles radio production The War of the Worlds. Relive it this October!


For theatre lovers in Prague, there is certainly no shortage of options available. I was once told that on a daily basis, there are more seats in theatres and music halls in Prague than people. Whilst I am not sure this is entirely true, there certainly is a wide range of entertainment to choose from. I highly recommend you check out a new production that I have been anticipating for some time.


I was first told about the new show by a friend working on the project and he explained the some of the monumental effort that has gone into making this production a success.
“We’ve all been working extremely hard, day and night and we hope this show is something that can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of your background or interest in theatre. It’s going to be a great show.” – Neil Taylor
Brian Joseph Callaghan – Radio Silence
Radio silence explores the nature of fear and hysteria in this lively expat production. Written and directed by the experienced and witty Brian Joseph Callaghan, People from all over the world have come together to make a truly memorable theatre theatre experience this Halloween.



Tickets available here

The Small Theater, Behind the TG Masaryk building
Ortenovo namesti, 170 00 Prague 7-Holesovice
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