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Dive into "Alaric The Vulpes Fulgen, First Day at School," where enchantment meets education in a forest filled with wonders. 

Join Alaric, a unique blend of red panda and fennec fox, on his first day at a magical school. From navigating the unspoken rules of the dining hall to an accidental foray into a dance class of ethereal beings, Alaric's journey is a heartwarming tale of friendship, discovery, and finding one's place in a vast, magical world. 
With vibrant illustrations, advanced vocabulary, and an interactive audiobook, this story is a treasure trove for young minds eager to explore and learn. Don't just read a story; experience the magic in Alaric's world!

Written & Produced by Jamie Weston



Distribution - Audible, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music


Virgil Fox and Samantha Glove - the capital’s only paranormal
private detectives find themselves running out of time to save a
missing woman trapped within London’s notorious Woolwich Tunnel. Using real world accounts of the tunnel’s deceptive time-bending  phenomenon,backed up by accounts from the Old Wharf archive, an esoteric library of inter-dimensional gateways, portals and other unexplained matter, bubbling between the gaps of London’s 
ancient streets.

Written & Produced by Jamie Weston & Charlotte Luxford


Hear Me Now, Volume 2

Audition Monologues for Actors of Colour 

Distribution  - Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

A brand-new collection of original audition pieces written by and for actors of colour, commissioned by Tamasha Theatre Company and edited by Titilola Dawudu, with a foreword by Noma Dumezweni.

Hear Me Now is a unique collection of over eighty original audition monologues, expressly created by a range of award-winning writers brought together by producer Titilola Dawudu and Tamasha Theatre Company. They're ideal for actors of colour searching for speeches for auditions or training, writers, teachers, and theatre-makers who are passionate about improving diversity.

Titilola Dawudu - Anthology Editor

Jamie Weston - Contributor of two monologues 

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