More news on Ragnarok

More news on Ragnarok

We officially announced our cast for RAGNAROK on Monday (as well as a cheeky chance to shout about our great creative team again):- Playing shape shifter Loki is Oliver Hoare with Gracy Goldman (@gravygold) as Freya #earagnarok — Matthew Linley (@MatthewLinley) July 15, 2014 Theo Ogundpipe plays Thor and Sarah Thom (@worldofthom) plays the Seeress … Continue reading

Building digital audiences – a debate

I was live tweeting for the hub on Sunday from a Sound of Music panel discussion about ‘Building Digital Audiences’ at the New Music Biennial at London’s the Southbank Centre . Thanks to Hugs Bison you can view the whole debate here:- But if you haven’t got time for that here is my tweet summary … Continue reading

Exploring North Wales photo blog day 2

Caernarfon Port Approaching the climb Notorious bends Passing trains Views The terminus View from the cob Train failure..diesel to the rescue! Second over / under station as the BF railway crosses Network Rail Approaching Port Meirion Port Merion

The buzz  on  Once Upon a Lifetime

The buzz on Once Upon a Lifetime

Update Friday Beautiful theatre which deserves a wider audience…The review from @InSuffolk Update Thursday Eastern Angles Big Lottery funded elders project Once Upon a Lifetime opened to standing ovations on Wednesday, prior to its tour of sheletered housing and care homes locations, where the reminiscences which form the basis of the play were taken. The … Continue reading

The Mystery of St Finnigans Elbow

The Mystery of St Finnigans Elbow

THE MYSTERY of ST FINNIGAN’S ELBOW is this years Eastern Angles Christmas offering and sees the welcome return of writing/directing duo Pat Whymark and Julian Harries, the team behind Dial M for Murgatroyd.  Here’s some press on their last show with us:- ‘an energetic satirical treat‘ ‘a blissful cross between a Round the Horne parody … Continue reading

RAGNAROK

RAGNAROK

How’s this for a potent creative mix…. First take the rich and dramatic story of the doom of the Norse Gods (with all its tales of giants, gods, family in fighting, shape shifting, magic, love and betrayal) Second ask Charlie Way the brilliant Welsh based playwright to adapt it for the stage. Give Charlie no … Continue reading