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Why are we called The Goats Theatre Company?
The name comes from the meaning of tragedy in ancient Greek. Actors embody our lives and shortcomings throughout the story of the play. Through their experiences we learn about our own lives. They are the scapegoats who suffer so that we can learn from their mistakes. We are The Goats...
Play The Goat : Podcast Edition's latest episode is The Poetry Episode featuring monologue Mother Talking by John Collings performed by Melanie Beckley and poems Coloured Mental Health by Elliot Msindo read by Jordan Wallace, It Is My Lot To Help My Friends by Suzi French read by Carolyn Saint-Pé and A Home Grows From The Heart by A. Poet read by Mark Steere. Listen to the Episode by clicking on the button below or any of the links to your favourite podcast platform above:
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The Goats Theatre Company is looking for short radio plays and poems to record, on the theme of
relationships in all their forms - Series 2
pandemics, climate change, conflict and disobedience - Series 3
Please send your radio plays and poems to
Play The Goat : Podcast Edition
Series Two - theme: Relationships in all their form
Series Three - themes: Pandemics, Climate, Conflict and Disobedience
To submit your work please send your writing to