An evening of performances of around 15-20 minutes
celebrating new writing in the North West of England,
performed by professional actors.
'You'll never guess what he's done now'
written by Elle Warsop:-
Three hander - Three teaching assistants let off steam and
discuss their partners' foibles over the course of several
Hayley Cartwright - Patti
Tracy Gabbitas - Karen
Lottie Jones - Rachel
Directed by - Paola Arzuffi
'Someone's got to do it'
written by Clarke McWilliam:-
Monologue - a dark comedy about a man who cleans toilets
for a living. When John meets Lizzie his obsession with
hygiene threatens to ruin his one chance of happiness.
Pete Gibson - John
Directed by - Emma Bird
by Matt Holt
performed by Louise Wilson and Sophie Toland
Directed by - Darren Jeffries
written by Scott Davenport:-
Three hander - Brian, a local Oldham builder who is stoic and no-nonsense is a local brass band leader. He shared this passion with his son, who has passed away, and his grandson who has since gone off the rails and started to hang around with the wrong sort of
Russell Lane - Brian
James Markham - Toby
Jordan Reece - Marvo
Directed by - Roisin Brehony
'New days and blue days'
written by Anna Prior
monologue - Katie is a married mother of two children. She is happily married to her husband and enjoys her job. However, the stresses of her busy life are never far away.
Kate Byron - Katie
Directed by Deanna Turnbull
written by Marie Greenhalgh
Duologue - Winnie a retired teacher and widow is in conversation with her psychiatrist Doctor Lowe about her feelings of being like a 'prisoner', and how her life has led her to this moment in time.
Julie Root - Winnie
James Nicholas - Doctor Lowe
Directed by - Megan O'Neil