Four O’clock flowers
Four O’clock flowers opened at The Space from 28th May till 1st June 2019 as part of the Foreword festival of new writing with some great reviews.
We would love the play to have another life now!
REVIEWS ‘Four O’clock flowers’
Trace underwent a nine day research and development period supported by Arts Council England from May the 20th until the 1st of June 2019 at The Old Diorama.
See more here or go to my blog page. https://www.tracetheplay.com/
The Cloak of Visibility.
Next up is my one Woman 45 min Piece ‘The Cloak of visibility’ that will be performed by Sally Vanderpump as part of Mountview Academy’s Catalyst festival, 18th – 20th July 2019. Booking here http://bit.ly/2vYro80
‘Back to the tower‘
Bunker Theatre/ Wo lab shorts ‘Happy ever after’
As part of a night of short plays for Happy ever after eve ‘Back to the tower’ sees Rapunzel going back to the place that first imprisoned her to get a bit of respite form her daily life alongside other Disney Princess’ and what happened next. March 3rd The Bunker Theatre
In July 2017, My play Fire blight (Longlisted for Theatre 503 playwriting award) was selected to be part of Arcola theatre’s PlayWrought#5 festival of rehearsed readings. It had a great response and is now hoping for production . It was directed by Alice Fitzgerald and the cast included Chante Faucher, Mckell David, Sara Pelosi and Andrew Neil.
‘If you don’t let anyone in then you will break, good and proper. No one likes seeing what’s there, inside. We’re pretty ugly fuckers, humans. But when times are like this, we have to look out for each other. We have to’
CAN YOU HEAR ME RUNNING?
In October 2016 I co – created, produced and starred in my one woman show Can you hear me running? written by Jo Harper, which opened at the Pleasance Theatre London and ran for three weeks receiving 4 and 5 star reviews. This was generously funded by Arts Council England.
Can You Hear Me Running? is beautifully written by Harper and lovingly performed by Breckon Richards. She keeps it real throughout, she has an extraordinary capacity to draw the audience in and gets us to share the downs and the ups, the flat and the bumpy and, of course, the music and the silence of her highly personal experience. And having had to put her body, involuntarily, on the line, Loo bares her soul so that we can all take a little piece of it away with us and either count our blessings or be encouraged to stand up to our privations. Peter yates London Theatre 1.
You can read more about the project on our website below and how the show was created and follow us on facebook and twitter.
@canyouhearmerun : twitter
The production was generously supported by Arts Council England.