Currently touring: Passion until 21st November 2014
About to start rehearsing Alice by Stephanie Dale, playing in Chester from 4 December - 10 January
A New Approach to Site Specific Audio: Listen to Peter's Latest Productions:
Peter's production of Caroline Jester's four drama-documentary pieces for The Museum of Carpet are available to listen to here. Or go to the Museum, pick up an MP3 player from reception and listen in situ.
The audio tour for the National Trust Roman Goldmine at Dolaucothi can be heard here - in English and Welsh.
Theatre and Audio Drama
- Inherit the Wind enjoyed a successful run at The New Vic in the Summer
Peter recently directed final year Birmingham University students in Mary Shelley by Helen Edmundson, at George Cadbury Hall
Just completed working with final year Bristol Old Vic Theatre Students on their Radio Drama Project
Four Star Reviews for Chester Mystery Plays 2013
Last year's Chester Mystery Plays attracted sell-out audiences and rave reviews in The Guardian, Observer, Liverpool Daily Post and many more:
"A Modern Miracle" - Liverpool Post
"An extraordinary fusion of scripture and social commentary" - Guardian
“Director Peter Leslie Wild manoeuvres his immense cast with easy-seeming grace” - Observer
The plays were re-staged as The Second Coming at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in October 2013
Currently working with playwright Lucy Gough at Aberystwyth University to provide a series of Skillset training weekends in Radio Drama writing and production.
Delivered two workshops on Audio Drama for De Montfort University in March 2014.
In an exciting new project, Peter has directed a new Community Audio Drama, Sea Me by Stephanie Dale, in association with Doorway Theatre Company to be broadcast as an exclusive internet only podcast this year. Probably the UK's first professionally produced community radio play.
Peter recorded the first ten episodes of Ambridge Extra Series 4, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Extra in December 2012 http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/stations/radio4extra and continues to contribute as a director of The Archers
Arts Council England