Jo, Adams, Jack and 54 dogs are lounging at a run down bar, a replica of a pirates ship that has seen better days. They are all dressed casually, drinking from chipped and dirty mugs. 97 more words
8 hours, 36 minutes
Between now and Christmas we’re posting curated groups of playellas, focusing on a different theme each week.
Week Seven is Crime Doesn’t Pay
Extra Long Matches… 18 more words
3 days, 8 hours
A basement bar. Low lights. A jazz band in the background. Small groups and couples sitting together at tables. In a dark corner, ALMO sits alone with a soft drink. 281 more words
A woman is sitting on a chair. A man enters with a glass of water.
WOMAN: When is he coming?
MAN: I’ve brought you some water. 67 more words
Nick and Sam are close friends working as mechanics in Somerset. We find them looking out a small window at their neighbour.
NICK: I wanna break the rules. 175 more words
A dark alleyway. Bob appears with a box of Extra Long Matches. He hands them to Alex. Alex examines them.
Alex: They’re extra long.
Bob nods uncertainly… 113 more words
ART AND MUSIC IN OUR SOULS
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Directed by Jenna Welch
With Christian Haines and Aeron Macintyre
5 days, 2 hours