Sam Chittenden presented an extract from her latest play Sary, [part of October Horrorfest], featuring Sharon Drain and Rebecca Jones
She talked with Philippa Hammond about Different Theatre and her work as a writer, actor, producer and director of new drama.
We review Sary: http://www.sussexplaywrights.co.uk/reviews-sary/
Luke Ofield and Pip O’Neill discussed their latest Brighton Scratch Night – a celebration of new writing which has already become something of a feature on the Brighton theatre scene.
Ben Baeza and John Black performed an extract from Naked Kittens, by Max Wilkinson, directed by Luke & Pip.
Unmasked Theatre are a producing company based in Brighton, with four years’ experience of critically acclaimed productions, with a focus on new writing and adapting classical literature for the modern stage.
We review the latest edition of The Brighton Scratch Night: http://www.sussexplaywrights.co.uk/sussex-playwrights-reviews-the-brighton-scratch-night/
And from new drama and comedy to a piece of classic theatre – Thomas Everchild and Philippa Hammond discussed the experience of producing and directing Romeo and Juliet for the October Shoreham Wordfest. Romeo [John Black] and Benvolio [Ben Baeza] were there on the night.
Fringe Guru reviews Romeo and Juliet: http://brighton.fringeguru.com/reviews/brighton/romeo-and-juliet