By Chris Morash,Shaun Richards
By Chris Morash,Shaun Richards
By Nina Taunton
By R. Moseley
Hand-Made tv explores the continuing attraction of a few of the much-loved stop-frame kid's tv programmes of Nineteen Sixties and Seventies Britain. the 1st educational paintings to examine programmes resembling Pogles' wooden (1966), Clangers (1969), Bagpuss (1974) (Smallfilms) and Gordon Murray's Camberwick eco-friendly (1966), Trumpton (1967) and Chigley (1969), the publication connects those sequence to their social and old contexts whereas delivering in-depth analyses in their topics and hand-made aesthetics. Hand-Made tv exhibits that the allure of those programmes is rooted not just of their participatory tackle and evocation of a pastoral English prior, but in addition within the connection in their stop-frame aesthetics to the activities of adolescence play. This ebook makes an important contribution to either Animation experiences and tv reports; combining scholarly rigour with an obtainable kind, it truly is compatible for students in addition to lovers of those iconic British kid's programmes.
By Nadia Fall
A strong, artistic play that combines actual testimonials along latest and unique tune to discover essentially the most vital social issues of at the present time: homelessness among younger people.
Bullet does not are looking to name a hostel domestic. Eritrean lady was once smuggled the following in a lorry. making a song Boy desires of seeing his identify in lighting and backyard Boy simply desires to believe safe.
In 2013, homelessness among youngsters within the united kingdom is at a checklist excessive, so while the massive society does not paintings ? the place do you move? An internal urban excessive upward thrust hostel, goal East, bargains a roof.
Home brings to lifestyles the unheard voices of the younger citizens and employees who dwell and paintings in the back of the nameless concrete partitions. A daring verbatim play that asks what it quite ability to name someplace domestic, it's bargains perfect fabric for early life theatres and younger performers.
'raises well timed political questions in a clean and streetwise type' - Evening Standard
'filled with a fierce eloquence... a boldly theatrical piece' - Guardian
'extraordinary... leaves you not only moved, yet awed and uplifted' - Metro
'powerful... a decent and reflective piece of theatre' - The Stage
By Helen Gilbert
By Colin Teevan
By Edwin Arnold
First released in 1915, this ebook provides a dramatization of a part of Edwin Arnold’s The mild of Asia. the unique textual content represents one of many first winning makes an attempt to popularise Buddhism and its founder Gautama Buddha — providing his existence, teachings and philosophy in verse poetry. This model dramatizes a part of the The gentle of Asia and comprises staging directions, houses required, illustrative drawings of prompt costumes, and incidental song composed in particular for the piece. This ebook may be of curiosity to scholars of Indian and Buddhist literature — and the way this has interacted with the West — in addition to scholars of drama.
By Tim Price
For Once: via a chain of interweaving bills, For Once cuts to the center of a kin and a neighborhood became the other way up by means of unbelievable tragedy.
Salt, Root and Roe: A wry, heart-breaking drama of affection, grief and recognition set opposed to the legendary backdrop of North Pembrokeshire.
The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning: This award-winning play tackles the most debatable political tales of our age, putting it within the context of alternative nice Welsh radicals, from the Chartists to Aneurin Bevan.
I'm With the Band: A witty reaction to the Scottish Independence debate within which an Englishman, a Northern Irishman, a Scotsman and a Welshman fight to keep up the former concord in their rock band.
Protest Song: Price's humorous and savage monologue which explores the truth of the Occupy circulate via Danny who sleeps tough at the steps of St Paul's Cathedral.
Under the Sofa: formerly unpublished, Under the couch is a mother's monologue in regards to the event of her son being in criminal for a violent crime.
By N.F. Simpson,David Crosher,Ian Greaves,Simon Usher
N.F. Simpson (1919-2011) used to be a number one exponent of the Theatre of the Absurd, with the Royal courtroom classics a powerful Tinkle (1957) and a technique Pendulum (1959) sealing his acceptance as a comic book grasp with a sophisticated philosophical undertow.
Emerging in the course of a innovative interval in British theatre, Simpson rose to prominence along Harold Pinter, John Osborne and Arnold Wesker. His paintings has been embraced and played through comedy legends together with Spike Milligan, Eric Sykes, Beryl Reid and Dick Emery. His impression unfold extensively, from Peter Cook’s a lot enjoyed personality E.L. Wisty to Monty Python’s Flying Circus, and helped spawn a new release of exceptional comedian talent.
This accepted assortment offers the easiest of Simpson’s brief works for audiences new and previous. that includes greater than sixty items from throughout six a long time, the complete spectrum of a rare profession is introduced jointly in a single quantity for the 1st time: monologues, sketches, feedback and poetry, written for radio, tv, degree and print. It comprises all of Simpson’s anarchic collaborations with Willie Rushton for personal Eye, a beneficiant number of formerly unseen items from his ultimate manuscript, in addition to a severe creation through Simpson collaborator Simon Usher.
By Eve Leigh
Catherine was once fifteen while she was once found.
She and her mom shared a mystery international in an nameless one-bedroom flat in London. nobody is even yes if she’s ever left the room she used to be present in. She can’t stroll and can’t speak.
Her restoration turns out most unlikely. yet kids may be shockingly resilient, specifically with encouraged therapy. backed through a fundraising force led via a tabloid newspaper, her in simple terms residing relative has been capable of get Catherine the easiest deepest care that money should buy. She responds good to the experimental therapy. yet she appears to be like getting extra violent, and is still stubbornly proof against language. Or is she?
Soon, Catherine’s medical professionals and half-sister start to detect what it's, precisely, that they’ve uncovered…
A fairytale of contemporary Britain, encouraged by means of actual events.
got its global top-rated on the Finborough Theatre, London, in may perhaps 2016.