Quartet: Mine

MINE (adj.): a thing or things belonging to me

 A disastrous mission to Mars... an unlikely friendship... an Atlantic crew battle the elements... a potential miscarriage. Who belongs to whom?

Quartet: Mine
Four writers. Four actors. Four stories.

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releases October 15, 2020


Editing and Sound Design by Daniel Kempson, Marley Cole
Based on an original chat among David Darlington, Joseph Lidster, Robert Dick and Alan Flanagan
Recorded in London, 2018
Thanks to Joseph Lidster, Robert Dick


Brendan O'Rourke is an Irish actor and writer based in London. He trained at The Oxford School of Drama and Extraction will be his first writing credit for audio. Previous credits include The Boreen (RTÉ shortscreen/Sixsem Productions). Brendan is currently developing a one man show for stage. Twitter: @brendaneorourke

Sarah Lody studied screenwriting while at Sussex University – her most recent script, No Man’s Land, explored the relationship between two soldiers on opposite sides of WWII. Lungs, focusing on the world of organ recipients, is her first move into the world of audio drama.

Olivia Symonds studied media and film at the University of Sussex and graduated in 2019. She worked at the university television station as a producer and editor. She has written a number of scripts and plays but this is her first work for radio.

Robert Greens is a writer and filmmaker living in London. He writes comedy and drama for film and theatre and has directed several short films. Lemon is his first radio play which thematically continues his interest in writing about the pain and humour of family relationships. He is currently working on his eighth short film. Robert teaches screenwriting and filmmaking at the University of Brighton and can be contacted via his website at robertgreens.com


Leo Wan's work in theatre includes The Taming of the Shrew and As You Like It (also Barbican and UK Tour, International Tour) for the RSC; The Great Wave at the National Theatre; Shakespeare Within the Abbey, Sonnet Walks for Shakespeare's Globe; Forgotten 遗忘 and Tamburlaine at the Arcola Theatre; The Spanish Tragedy at the Old Red Lion Theatre; Das Ding and The Rover at the New Diorama Theatre; and Jekyll & Hyde at the Southwark Playhouse. TV includes Crashing. Radio includes Death at the Airport, Lights! Camera! Kidnap!, Prime Cut, Tracks, Look Who's Back, The Periodic Table and Memsahib Emma. He received the Norman Beaton Fellowship in 2015.

Doireann May White trained at RADA. Work for stage includes Romeo and Juliet and Richard III (Shakespeare's Rose Theatre) The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Noel Coward Theatre), The Sweethearts (Finborough Theatre), The Cat's Mother (Vault Festival), Crestfall (Gielgud Theatre), Christmas at Mildred's (Hen and Chickens Theatre) and There is No Failure Only Feedback (Rosemary Branch Theatre) and The Sugar Wife, Women of Twilight, New Labour and The Rover whilst at RADA. Work for camera includes the RTE Storyland series Student Teacher, and short films Maeve, Impact, Those Who are Lost and Nothing Surrounded by Us.

James Rowland is a writer and performer. For the last four years he has been touring nationally and internationally with "Songs of Friendship" a storytelling trilogy comprised of the multi-award winning shows "Team Viking" "A Hundred Different Words for Love" and "Revelations". He also toured nationally and internationally with "Every Brilliant Thing" by Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe. James has also done a bunch of theatre and some telly and radio but "almost certainly nothing you've ever heard of except for Doctors". He used to be in the cabaret band "The idiot Circus" and performed musical comedy under the stage name "James Rowland". He's probably touring now so look at his twitter @jdsrowland

Hannah McClean studied Drama at Liverpool John Moores University. Since then she has taken Kennedy's Children on an Irish National Tour, and performed in London at Theatre 503, Tristan Bates and The Old Red Lion.  She first performed Ladykiller as part of Ladylogue in 2015, then at The Pleasance in 2018 as part of the Edinburgh Fringe and was invited back to The Pleasance (London) as part of the Caledonian Express season. The production won the Vault Festival 2019 Pleasance Award. TV credits include JOSH for BBC and Sick Notefor Sky One.

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