New Writing Night – July 2016

Our first New Writing Night at the lovely Hen & Chickens – thanks for having us!

 

Saved by the Diddymen by Michael Staniforth

Directed by Stephen Bailey

Bob – Jonathan Curry

John – Tony Parkin

 

A selection of poetry written and performed by Owen Collins

 

Bunker by Agustina Figueras

Directed by Catherine Lord

Greta – Jess Reed

Brauen – Joe Riley

 

Little England by Rabiah Hussain

Directed by Chris Davis

Faraz – Theodor Spiridon

Michael – Dan Richards

 

The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 28

This week on the show Iasha is joined in the studio by Ellie and Vikki, and with Blackshaw’s current production of Staying Alive more than half way through it’s run, we have a lot to talk about.

First up is a retro film review of Spirited Away and Vikki’s Arts Thing of the Week. We’re talking about Love Theatre day and the 5 things we learnt as over 500 theatre bodies participated and answered questions on Twitter last week.
Helen Johnson provided us with some audience feedback from Staying Alive and also asked cast, crew and audience the most important question of the week; Do you ever feel like you have too many arms?
Owen Collins gave us some fresh new poetry form our last New Writing Night and we talked about being scared at the theatre in the lead up to our Scare Slam happening this coming Wednesday at the Horse and Stables in Lambeth.
Don’t forget to pre book your tickets here so you don’t miss out!
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New Writing Night – September 2015

What’s Best for Louis by Frank Mariani
Director – Catherine Lord
Tim – Dominic Attenborough
Jane – Charlotte Higgins
Woman – Natasha Green

How To Get Ahead by Liam Fleming & Robert Wallis
Director – Liam Fleming
Josh – James Bonser
Pete – Connor Mills

Hell and Heaven by Richard Cabut
Director – Alexander Pankurst
Mr Northcote – Adam Seigel
Mrs Northcote – Natalie Winter
St Peter – James Docherty
Attendant – Natasha Green

Poetry by Owen Collins

 

Photos by Richard Stratton

 

 

The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 9

The highly anticipated Part 2 of Audience With The Ghostfinder is here this week on The Blackshaw Arts Hour!

Also this week on the show is poetry by Daisy Thurston-Gent and Owen Collins, a review by Corey Hulls and a piece of new writing by Marianne Powell performed by Emily Jane Kerr.

Enjoy and tune in next week on Wandsworth Radio from 6pm to 7pm!

 

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Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 6

Tune in to this week’s instalment of the Blackshaw Arts Hour, join Iasha to hear all things theatre and arts in Wandsworth and beyond!

We play Wailing Well, read by Duncan Gates for your listening pleasure and poets Owen Collins and Daisy Thurston-Gent provide us with a mini poetry segment within the show.

Also this week, we have a piece of new writing by Joe Banks called Have you Seen Spider-Man 2? performed by Grace Felton and Smith Lowe.

Happy listening!

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New Writing Night – November 2014

Have you seen Spider-Man 2?
Written by Joseph Banks
Directed by Alejandro Postigo
Performed by Grace Felton
& Smith Lowe

Excessive Force
Written by Nelson Clark
Directed by Jo Greaves
Performed by Gigi Burgdorf
& Deep Johal

Poetry Written & performed by
Owen Collins

Communicate
Written by Jeremy Fletcher
Directed by Marcus Bazley
Harry: Andrew Wickes
James: Daniel Garcia
Heather: Amy Jackson

Poetry written & performed by
Daisy Thurston Gent

Photography by Zak Thomas & Richard Stratton

Blackshaw’s Big One 2014

What a fantastic event, with some seriously snazzy talent – check out the photos, and look forward to next year (we already are).

Photos by Richard Stratton.