God's Waiting Room
An end of life comedy.
Mother is dying slowly, the wait is unbearable, the pressures insurmountable, the thoughts unbelievable. Surely a gesture towards God's bigger plan is needed? Sisters, Stella and Connie may be different from one another but share a common and profound love for their Mother. Can things really continue as they are?
2016 Camden Fringe, Etcetera Theatre, Rosemary Branch, Arden Theatre
Cast: Maggie Saunders, Clive Ward, Karen Bartholomew
Directed by: Tracey Wilkinson
TOUR JUNE/JULY 2017
- 11th June - Cockpit Theatre London
- 13th June - Woodville Theatre Gravesend
- 14th June - Marlowe Studio/Canterbury
- 15th June - Headgate Theatre/Colchester
- 17th June - Theatre Royal/Margate
- 21st June - Rialto Theatre/Brighton - CHARITY SHOW (for Macmillan Cancer)
- 23rd June - Mill Studio Guildford
- 1st July - Astor Theatre Deal
- 22nd July - Kings Head Theatre
Mozart with the Morrisons
What is a birth plan? A nice idea, a necessity or a waste of time? At 'St Joseph the Useless' antenatal meetings, an anxious gathering soon learn that the only certainty about child birth is, there is no certainty.
A story of hope and expectation.
Player Playwrights, North London Tavern
Cast: Yvette Bruin, Lynne O'Sullivan, Elizabeth Trueblood, Chloe darke, Luke Francis, Christopher Walthorne, Peter picton
Directed by: Rebecca Lyon
How Could She?
A birth mother laments the separation of her child some thirty years ago. A pragmatic yet awkward woman, questions society's guilty curse, her own health issues, her imaginings of her son and his welcomed but most surprise finding of her.
Cast: Dorothy Lawrence
Directed by: Karen Bartholomew
Maybe God is Michael?
Helen just wants to get away from 'The Jacksons Five' - another hideous Wedding invite where she's merely a spectator and not the life-long friend. Her husband is in the midst of the dance floor oblivious to their separation. Paul, the Wedding Photographer goes about his job. That's all it is - a snap here and there and in between this unlikely alliance is an inebriated Vicar challenged by his faith but not his place in Society. He's all 'ears to lost souls'.
A comedy of belief or not in all things marital, all things God, or of all things Michael and his lesser known brothers.
Blackshaw Theatre Writing Award - Showcase Finalist
Cast: Hilary Buss, Koullis Kyriacou, Robert Ernest Daoust
Directed by: Stephen Bailey
Mum and Dad To Be
A heart warming and accurately amusing play about first time parents and how their world changes whilst preparing for the pitter patter of tiny feet.
Cast: Nic Van Gelder, Sarah Goddard, Irene Bradshaw and Catriona Ryan
Directed By: Emily Wright
Edited By: Jeff Moreno
Raise the Spirit
A global tour led by Angus Tarte, self-appointed connoisseur endeavours to teach us all a little more about wine. However a blast from the past in the guise of Blue Nun seeks revenge for slating the Emerald Isle's finest wine (and yes, it wasn't German after all...)
Cast: Clive Ward, Karen Bartholomew, Rebecca Hunt, Mairead O'Conneely
Directed by: Stephan Bessant
Kiss My Honeymoon Lips
Minnie suspects there's more in the charity vase than meets the eye.
Jerry's Wife suspects her husband's flu is more than a runny nose.
Rita suspects her rivals are offering more than a blow dry.
Suspicious things are going on at 'Pamperus Hair Salon' ... and the date is 1973. Join Rita, Minnie and Jerry's Wife in a gentle comedy of indecision ... or not?
C Venues, Lion & Unicorn Theatre
Cast: Karen Neville
Directed by: Peter Turnbull