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Shows in Development:

 

 

 

 

 

Based on the novel "Oswald and the End of the World"

by Andrew Strong published by Scholastic.

 

A Two Act Showcase Reading will take place

at Betchworth Village Hall, Dorking, Surrey

on Saturday October 21st 2017

 

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/secretreading

 

(image by David Kingham)

 

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/secretreading

 

 

Mountains of the Moon (A Water Story):

Being developed in conjunction with the Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre in Guildford, Surrey.

 

Written by Thomas Forbes Briscombe and Martin Coslett

A drought is causing the water level in a tributary of the Nile in North Africa to drop.
Whenever there is a full moon, the animals gather near a sacred Carob Tree under a magic blanket of safety.

Owl,Camel, Gecko, (Hairy-Nosed) Bat and Monkey discuss the loss of water and possible solutions to their problem.

Can they find the Rain God to save them from dying of thirst?

 

 

Ferguson's Gang:

Working towards performances in 2018



A recent co-production was: The White Feather at the Union Theatre, Southwark, London. (Arion Productions)

 

 

 

"The White Feather is everything musical theatre should be - it will make you think deeply about bravery, war and the nature of humanity all the way home...."

Danny Coleman-Cooke (BritishTheatre.Com)



And previously....as well as in 2018 at Rickmansworth

 

Premiered at the Quaker Meeting House in St Martin’s Lane,

in the heart of London’s theatreland after a brief tour in similar

South of England venues, Perfect City was presented in a

costumed performance in the round. 

 

Astutely directed by Andrew Miller, the show proved an

entertaining mixture of music-theatre styles, its melodic songs

carrying the story to a moving conclusion as Penn’s vision

unfurled of a democratic new city in the New World where

slavery would have no place and each individual could be master of

his or her own fate.

 

Any thoughts that such a subject might be too specialised for a

wider audience were soon swept away by the young cast and

the uniformly excellent material that had been honed by the team

over several years.

 

There can be little doubt that The Perfect City will go on to entertain

a wider audience as the team now begins the task of raising funds

to mount it elsewhere in Britain.”

Clive Burton

 

Clive is a regular contributor to the Theatreworld

Internet Magazine site at https://www.theatreworldim2.com/#! '

 

 

and we have also created:

 

 

 

The powerful story of how King John was persuaded to seal our Great Charter of Freedoms

by Martin Coslett/David Lewis/Ross Clark

 

Please contact us if you want to be involved: Martin@echotime.co.uk 0753 133 1813

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