Islander, a devised unplugged musical for two actors, will tour Highlands and Islands this September.
First workshopped at Comar on the beautiful Isle of Mull in March 2017, we are thrilled to have received Creative Scotland funding to make the full show. The piece tells the story of an Islander girl in a time of conflict, and explores identity – personal, island, and national. Suitable for 7+. More details to follow!
Princess Charming is a family cabaret about gender stereotypes and identity. It was first developed at Mini VAULT Festival in February 2016 and we now have a fantastic producer, Jessica Cheetham of Spun Glass Theatre. The show had its first full run in September 2017 and our exciting news is that we have just received our Arts Council funding to go on a national tour this Autumn. See here for all info and dates.
These Trees are Made of Blood finished its revival run at the Arcola Theatre in July 2017. Reviews and production shots here. We are hoping to give it future life, following very positive reviews and audience feedback.
The 2017 cast was: Rob Castell, Ros Ford, Ellen O’Grady, Alex Luttley, Neil Kelso, Eilon Morris, Anne-Marie Piazza, Josh Sneesby, Charlotte Worthing
will make 30,000 people disappear before your very eyes.
These Trees are Made of Blood is a brand new piece of political theatre set in a timeless Buenos Aires cabaret club before, during and after Argentina’s Dirty War. Blending original live music and exciting cabaret acts, it tells the story of one mother’s search for her Disappeared daughter and promises to be an unique and memorable live experience.
So come on in. The club’s open all hours and history can always be rewritten after one too many.
Photo by Helen Murray
The show originally ran at Southwark Playhouse from 18th March – 11th April 2015.
For reviews of the original show go to the Reviews page of this website.
All 2015 production shots credited to Darren Bell.
The cast was:
Val Jones, Greg Barnett, Charlotte Worthing, Rachel Dawson, Neil Kelso, Eilon Morris, Josh Sneesby, Alexander Luttley and Anne-Marie Piazza
Scratch weeks at BAC February and August 2012
Finalist for Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award 2013 – week at Shoreditch Town Hall October 2012
I spent two months in Argentina researching the project in summer 2013. See below for promo video:
Workshop performers: Angie Fullman, Hannah Morgan, Hasan Dixon, Hatty Jones, Charlotte Worthing, Hayley Carmichael, Eva Magyar, David Rubin, Stuart Goodwin, Dickie Beau, Craig Reid, Claire Crook, Rhyannon Styles, Tom Byam-Shaw, Harry Melling, Guillaume Pige.
Here is a video that the Arts Council filmed of me as a Grant for the Arts recipient in February 2012: