We are looking for voice-actors to help us cast our upcoming projects. If you think you fit the bill, you're most welcome to join us. All you need is a computer, a good quality microphone and a nice quiet place to be able to record.

So, what do you need to do to join? Just send us your recent voice reel to our contact address (at the bottom of this site) and will get back to you as soon as possible with our assessment. We are not only listening to the diversity in your voice but also the quality of the recording you send us as we are looking mainly for voice-actors who can work from home.

What happens next?
Once we have listened to your voice reel and feel that you are right for our productions, we'll send you an email with offers of any outstanding poems, dramas or stories that need reading. We look forward to hearing from you!


Are you an aspiring scriptwriter, looking for exposure of your works? Then we want you! All you have to do is send us an email with the following information:

  • A synopsis of your script
  •  How many characters are involved (At this stage, we’re looking for script with 4 characters or less)
  • Approximate length of your script (preferably between 10 and 30 pages)
  • A short biography of yourself as a writer

So, what happens next?
If we are interested in your script, we’ll contact you for an actual copy. From there, we’ll decide whether it needs to be reformatted for our recording purposes.

We also welcome aspiring poets into our team. If you have a collection of poems you would like to have recorded, contact us and we’ll assess it for suitability.

Bare in mind that once accepted, it might take some time for your poems to be broadcast into our podcasts as we’ll merge your poems (read by various actors) into a number of episodes, depending on the length of each poem.

Just a point of note: all writers will retain copyright of their scripts while we will own the copyright of the production itself.

N.B: For now, all our productions are unpaid for credit only.

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