Running Order - Crew
|Prize Poem||by||Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie||details|
|Vinegar Stroke||by||Paul Flannery||details|
|Green Memories||by||Val Foskett||details|
|Potters Tale||by||Simon Harris||details|
|Miss Julie||by||August Strindberg||details|
|Prescription||by||Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie||details|
|Long Walk To Forever||by||Kurt Vonnegut, adapted by Val Foskett||details|
|Accidental Death Of An Anarchist||by||Dario Fo||details|
|Blood Wedding||by||Federico Garcia Lorca||details|
|Isn't Life A Song||by||Lucie Morris||details|
We follow Graham on his perilous journey through singledom as he tackles wine, women and song.
|William Ingoldsby||~||James Grayston|
How far would you be prepared to go in the name of Love? To Hell and back? One man did, and here's his tale ...
|The Potter||~||Andrew Candish|
|Village Women||~||Aisling Stevens
|Original music||~||Michael Ahmad|
|Movement consultant||~||Richard Broughton|
|Miss Julie||~||Lucie Morris|
|Mr Pepperdine||~||Mike Ahmad|
She's getting married next week. He wants to go for a walk.
An anarchist has died in police custody, supposedly having jumped from a window. Can The Maniac unveil the corruption surrounding the death?
|The Maniac||~||Rory Murnagh|
Blood Wedding is the Spanish play 'Bodas de Sangre' written by the Spanish poet / playwright Federico Garcia Lorca. He was part of the surrealist movement and was friends with Salvador Dali and Luis Brunel prior to his assassination under the Franco regime. The play focuses on love, duty, fate and the traditions of Lorca's ultimate passionate woman, Spain. These emotions are portrayed through Lorca's poetic language and surrealist scenes, it therefore was chosen to be directed in a very choreographic manner to capture the play's rhythm, tension and passion.
|La Novia (Bride)||~||Debbie Fowler|
|La Criada (Servant)||~||Kate Mitchell|
|El Novio (Bridegroom)||~||Paolo Giordanella|
|La Madre (Mother)||~||Jayne Giordanella|
|El Padre de la Novia||~||Ian Ward|
|La Luna (Moon)||~||Ian Ward|
|La Muerte (Death as a Beggar Woman)||~||Annette Piper|
|Lenadores: (Woodcutter 1)||~||Jeff Graves|
|(Woodcutter 2)||~||Aubs Tredget|
Carol has an admission to make to her husband Craig, but has she been totally honest about where her heart really lies? It all sounds rather familiar...
|Workshops Producer||~||Jeff Graves|
|Stage Manager||~||Cindy Graves|
|Programme||~||Kirsty Collins and Lucie Morris|
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