The Making of And So Forth I’m currently in rehearsals for Damsel/Wife/Witch, the inaugural show of And So Forth (ASF), a new London-based company I co-founded earlier this year dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration. Performed by two actors, a singer and a pianist, the show was written by a close partnership of artists: a playwright, a […]Read more "Guest Post"
Comedian, entertainer and novelist Julian Clary’s (BA Drama and English, 1983) debut children’s novel The Bolds launches today! For children aged 8 and above, The Bolds tells the story of Mr and Mrs Bold, who are just like you and me: they live in a nice house (in Teddington), they have jobs (like writing Christmas cracker jokes) and […]Read more "The Bolds by alumnus Julian Clary launches today!"
A highlight of last year’s Venice Film Festival and this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival, Blood Cells is the story of Adam, an exiled young man, who embarks on a dark and twisted journey home across modern Britain. Blood Cells is a feature debut from directors Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull and produced by Samm Haillay, Tim Francis […]Read more "Blood Cells releases in the UK on 30 June"
Alumna Tena Štivičić (MA Writing for Performance, 2004) has won the 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for her play, 3 Winters. The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize is the oldest and largest prize awarded to women playwrights. Award-winning actress Rebecca Hall presented Tena with an award of $25,000 alongside a signed and numbered print by artist Willem de Kooning. […]Read more "Alumna wins 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize"