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Making a difference

Being only 11 or so days away from the opening of Homeless Comforts, I’ve been thinking.

Obviously my main aim as a writer is to produce a piece of work that will not only entertain, but provoke thought and feeling for the situation and lives that homeless people go through on our nations streets. 251 more words

News: We Fly By Night - Macbeth meets Topboy meets TOWIE

We Fly By Night – A fresh, sexy reworking of Shakespeare’s infamous play about sex and ambition.

Lacey Macbeth; groomed, glossy and ambitious, like 90s Victoria Beckham, has drive enough for both herself and her guy Mac – Top Boy on Glamis Estate and a career criminal steadily climbing family ranks.  103 more words

London

Performers at the fringe (launch party)

So Monday night was a big night in the Camden Fringe calendar.

Off we headed to the London Irish Centre for the chance to promote ourselves and our shows, speaking to the organisers – Zena, Michelle and Debbie, along with member of the press who were there and fellow performers. 196 more words

Tiresia

Golden Age Theatre Company return to London’s fringe with Ian Dixon-Potter’s new play, Tiresia, running for a limited time at Camden’s Etcetera Theatre.

Young artist Tiresia (Natasha Killam) meets her old friend Harold (Albert Clack) at the pub, and it’s clear they’re very close but have a lot to catch up on. 528 more words

Trailer on YouTube 

Hey everyone, have a trip over to http://youtu.be/udyebZgYGJQ the trailer for Homeless Comforts is now live.

See what you think, click the links for our Twitter or even the two sites you can book your tickets… 16 more words

Opening night

So, homeless comforts is only 33 days away from opening in Camden… Yes, 33 days.

It’ll be there before you know it. I wanted to add how great an actress I have on stage with me in the form of Elizabeth Cachia.. 113 more words

If it doesn't rain..... 

We’ve basked in the beautiful sunshine a while now – that all changed from yesterday.

Hearing the rain batter down on my conservatory roof all last night and this morning, you can’t help but think how cold, wet and broken the homeless must be feeling. 89 more words