Great Britain – An Evening of fresh new work
Directed / designed by Paula Chitty.
The Maltings Arts Theatre. 27th October at 8 pm.
Katy Bingham Best, Sam Green, Dewi Williams and Vince McClouglin
No Cure yet for the Horse Chestnut – by Katy Walker.
Christo’s expertise and passion for trees brings him to Britain to find the solution to the diseased Horse Chestnut, but he encounters more than he bargained for. This was one of the 3 winning plays of The Kenneth Branagh Award from 309 submissions from 15 counties
The Voyages of Captain Ridley – by Yann Allsop
Wolves, coconuts, a man with a wooden leg… Moby Dick meets Sense and Sensibility, a one-man whirlwind piece of physical storytelling that will whisk you from the icy wilderness of the arctic to an English country manor, with storms, death and long johns.
The Green Man – By Peter Hale
Diversity in the work place – Your English right? I gotta value and respect every individual’s unique contribution to this company and seek to ensure that no one group or individual is disadvantaged…. It’s a creative opportunity to embrace, respond to and be relevant.
Free Bingo – by Paula Chitty/ irrational theatre
Born as Beano, bellowed as Bingo. In 1960 Britain was greeted by Bingo. How it came to captivate 3 million UK players.
Thursday 27th October 8 pm