Monday, 15 August 2016
"There are worlds out there where the moon is pink, where cats act like wolves, and the vultures are feline. People dressed like dicks, and comedians making pointless cameos. Somewhere there's motorbikes, somewhere there's magic realism, and somewhere else the Master's looking a bit fat. Come on, Ace,we've got work to do!"
Monday, 6 June 2016
This month's "50 Things..." feature is : 31 Cool Things about “Ghost Light” (And 19 Stupid Ones). Are Victorians superior to Elizabethans? How can the energy of an alien spaceship revive dead insects? And most importantly... when should you stop evolving? Find out at the link!
Tuesday, 19 April 2016
The short Kaldor City play, "The Prisoner", which featured on the compilation CD The Actor Speaks: Paul Darrow and which stars Paul Darrow and Peter Miles, is now available as a download from us! Buy it on its own for £2.99, or bundled with the other Kaldor City download-only play "Metafiction" for £5, or as part of our great-value Ultimate Download Megapack for only £18! Click this link for more details, including all the purchasing options.
Wednesday, 13 April 2016
We are very sorry to hear about the death of Gareth Thomas earlier today. Gareth had been a friend of Magic Bullet for decades, reprising his role as Blake in the two Blake's 7 plays "The Mark of Kane" and "The Logic of Empire", as well as appearing with Brian Croucher in our satirical play "When Travis Met Blake." He will be very much missed.
Sunday, 3 April 2016
In his third and (for now!) last article, James Cooray Smith tackles another controversial question: during the 1989-2005 hiatus period, who was the official Doctor Who? It wasn't Paul McGann, and it wasn't Sylvester McCoy, but someone most unexpected... read all about it in Jon The Second.
Sunday, 6 March 2016
This month, we feature the second of two articles by Kaldor City author James Cooray Smith: Women of Paris, Men from Atlantis. Was the success of Doctor Who story "City of Death" entirely down to there being an ITV strike that month? Was the ratings fall of the 1980 season really down to John Nathan-Turner's production style? The answers are in the numbers... and they may surprise you!
Saturday, 6 February 2016
Are you a fan of Alan Stevens' writing, but not a member of the DWAS? Now, for a limited time, you can buy his guest-edited issues of Celestial Toyroom-- and those of all the other fabulously talented CT guest editors-- even if you're not in the DWAS! And the money goes to charity, so what's not to love?