KAOS British Short Screenwriting Competition four times runner up.. Selected twice by TAPS.

Recent writing.   Edfringe review by Sally Stott The Scotsman.   http://www.freefestival.co.uk/s...

The Wreck of the Mary Celeste First HD film to be shown at NFT.

Here are some of the films that I've collaborated on: The Wreck of the Mary Celeste A film Counc...

2012 Ray in David Harrower's Blackbird!

2013 Barry in the One man show Gordon edfringe.   http://www.edinburgh-festivals.com/blog/2013/08...

  • http://www.edinburgh-festivals.com/blog/2013/08/29/theatre-review-gordon/

  • KAOS British Short Screenwriting Competition four times runner up.. Selected twice by TAPS.

  • The Wreck of the Mary Celeste First HD film to be shown at NFT.

  • 2012 Ray in David Harrower's Blackbird!

 

BLACKBIRD  Dacid Harrower's Olivier award winning play.

Featuring Lucy Thurlow and Ian Winter

 

Will Ramsey Stage reviewer reviews Blackbird at Fruit for the Hull Daily Mail

During the opening  minutes of David Harrower’s award winning Blackbird
it was clear something momentous had happened between Ray and Una.

At first it was unspoken, but you could sense it in the uncomfortable body language and the strained conversation. Yet nothing prepared you for what came next!

Status Theatre Company’s production, which was staged at Hull's new theatre Fruit on Tuesday and Wednesday, proved a nerve-jangler. Taking place in a litter-strewn canteen, it followed Una’s decision to confront the man who’d had sex with her during her childhood.

Featuring two very fine performances from Lucy Thurlow and Ian Winter, the tension dipped and rose over the next hour-and-a-half, as Ray sought to explain himself and Una, presumably, came to find closure.  The motives remained unclear because the relationship between the two remained ambiguous, there might have been a love of sorts between them, despite the 30-year age gap.

Ian captured Ray’s nervy guilt, constantly picking at his eyes, as if he wanted to rub the memories away. But Ray was far from a monster if anything, he came across as a pitiful figure. The power lay with Una, Lucy’s performance had a rage, and a flash of cunning, which showed who’d adapted best to the events of the past. 



Other Reviews for BLACKBIRD are on


http://www.playstosee.com/page.php?sad=play&id=410


http://www.remotegoat.co.uk/review_view.php?uid=7976


Review by Sally Stott for The Scotsman for Gordon at teh Edfringe 2013


http://www.edinburgh-festivals.com/blog/2013/08/29/theatre-review-gordon/

 

Up N Under John Godber's olivier award winning play. Featuring Ian as Arthur Hoyle.

 

See writing and acting pages for further.details of my writing and acting CVs.

 

Acting details are also on Spotlight Castingcallpro Acting Angels

 

2020Theatre set up 2012 1st performance Twelve Pennies for a Pale Doll.


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