This play was born of a blog post on October 15, 2017, the day that many people in the world became familiar with #metoo. It has been through several iterations, kindly sponsored by Cambridge Junction, Pulse Festival, Arts Council England, and Park Theatre. I spent a lot of time making it less about me but…Details
In The Walrus and the Carpenter, the poem in Alice in Wonderland, a magnificent tail unfolds of the Walrus and the Carpenter who tenderly befriend some lovely young oysters and they have a lovely day at the seaside until the Walrus and the Carpenter eat them. While they eat them they mourn the oysters with…Details
Having concluded in my last post that I was, in the words of Lucy Prebbles, less of a feminist and more of a recovering misogynist, I am having some very odd days of #MeToo. For me this is groundbreaking. I think other people might feel that way too. We are all moving forward, we are…Details
Cambridge peeps – that last week of summer is a doozie. Join me in my backyard.
Check out the “Three Day Play” here
Pleased to announce that a scene from The Treason Play will be at a night of new works at the Junction in Cambridge on 20th September 2017