Beneath Our Feet
Beneath Our Feet

Beneath Our Feet




*Listen on headphones for the full binaural experience*

Above: The estate.

Below: Caves, and a thousand stories.... Secret passages and doors, a lake, a garden even - according to some.


Tonight: A final underground rave.


Tomorrow: The demolition of the estate, shutting off the caves forever. 


Tommy, Rosa, Finn, Jamal and Haroona make their way to the party of their lives in the world beneath  - only to find themselves going deeper than they ever expected. 


Beneath Our Feet is a brand new six-part drama about community resistance, myths and vertical cities. It's produced as part of the RESOUND programme - an initiative set up by theatre companies Jump Spark and no more superheroes. to create avenues for theatre artists into audio drama. This series was developed in partnership with Stockroom, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain (NYT) and audio network Fable and Folly. It was funded by Arts Council England. Creators were producers/directors Tash Hyman and Fay Lomas, writers Zia Ahmed, Subika Anwar-Khan, Sam Grabiner, Ellie Kendrick, Tiwa Lade, and Am Stubberfield, with sound design by Alice Boyd and Munotida Chinyanga and composition by Oliver Vibrans. Lead dramaturg Janina Matthewson, consultant producer Ella Watts. Actors included NYT members and graduates of NYT Rep: Francesca Amewudah-Rivers, Jetsun Lama, Nkhanise Phiri, Abby Russell, Bhavini Sheth, Ragevan Vasan, with Diveen Henry as Jessi.

You can find us on socials @ResoundAudioUK

Transcripts available here

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****Special announcement. We are running a series of online panels as part of our RESOUND Festival in the last week of October. We'd love to see you there! ****

Collaborative Creation & Audio Drama with David K Barnes (WOODEN OVERCOATS), Bilal Dardai (UNWELL) and Lauren Shippen (PASSENGER LIST), hosted by Ella Watts. Monday 24th October 7pm


Where Audio Meets Theatre with Tonderai Munyevu (MUGABE, MY DAD AND ME), Mac Rogers (GIVE ME AWAY) and Johanna Taylor (SEEDS), hosted by Fay Lomas. Wednesday 26th October 7pm.


Sound Design & Audio Drama with David Devereux (THE TOWER), Muna Hussen (THE SILT VERSES) and Farokh Soltani (researcher and lecturer at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama), hosted by Tash Hyman. Thursday 27th October, 7pm.


Tickets: £5 general admission (£0 unwaged; £10 pay it forward). Tickets can be bought here:

All events will take place on Zoom and a link will be sent out prior to the event.


We're delighted to share on our feed a pilot episode from another of our favourite podcasts: Folxlore.

Folxlore tells the stories of queer people living literally and figuratively between two worlds.

In one sense, we try to live normal lives while the world tells us we are not normal.

In another sense, our normal lives are interrupted by a very not-normal rift opening up between our world and another plane of existence filled with nightmarish horrors.

This pilot series deals with themes of first romance, hate crime related trauma, and queer parenthood.

Folxlore is rooted in everyday Glasgow, where monsters are always on the edge of your periphery.

A collaboration between In The Works and Tin Can Audio.

You can listen to the other episodes here:

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15 MIN