Throughout the spring, local participants have been dialling in for our Tiny Telephone Plays workshops exploring creative writing, led by director Jules Tipton.
10 Tiny Telephone Plays have been selected for an audio performance by professional actors, and you can be among the first to hear these brand new audio plays…
Ten Tiny Telephone Plays is a live audio experience, both charming and thought provoking it spotlights moments of joy, hope and discovery experienced throughout the last year.
Can Dave find his bus pass? How important is a hat? What do a wonky cabinet and a couple’s marriage vows have in common? Who is Bodacious Bachelor Bart? Where is the ‘Happy Place’ and will it help us to treasure what we have around us…?
You will hear warming moments of connection as stories are shared that somehow bring us together, giving audience members a unique and moving theatre experience in their own homes at a time when live theatre performance is less accessible.
Written by Harry Cope-Prior, John Dunn, Lesley Dunn, Rodney Eborn, Andi Gaywood, Beena Khan, Christine Kite, Bobby Rolfe, David Savage, and Claude Thomas; performed by Mia Jerome and Martin Johnston; and directed by Jules Tipton.
Audio Performances: Wednesday 12 May, 2021 at 12:00 mid-day | 1:00pm | 2:30pm | 3:00pm | 4:00pm
The show is 20 minutes long and is performed live over the phone to a small group of audience members at a time. Audience members hear the performance from the comfort and safety of home.
Performances are FREE to attend, but spaces are limited and must be booked in advance in order to receive a unique telephone access code.
This project has been made possible thanks to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation‘s support of our Learning and Participation work.
For further details and to book a performance time, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01708 443333.