Arts Council application

Hi all,

Hope you are all keeping well? Just a quick update on our Arts Council application to say that Bob (who always prefers to be spoken of in the third person) is now finally getting to grips with putting it together. As you will know the plan is to apply for a grant to cover the purchase a portable set so that our comedy farce ‘Tied to the Vicarage’ can reach communities where no other touring show has gone before- or at least, those who stayed within the boundaries of London and the home counties. More to come but its now taking shape! More in next post!

 

ps those struggling to read back to front, the sheet says ‘How to make the case.’

Ultimate Cosplay update

Hi all – for those of you who remember a rather wet and windy morning perched on top of a block of flats in Tower Hamlets, this is to say that our short film is not forgotten and will be sought out/chased up in next few days as the person charged with updating the edits has disappeared with the rushes . Til then….

Actors versus population?

Hi all,

Catching up on my emails I came across this piece of research by writer and producer Stephen Follows on how actors compare to the general population. Partly inspired by Elizabeth Hurley who once described non-famous people as “civilians,” the research considers the two different sets of life experiences.  Although not cruel, or fame-focused, Stephen’s research does look at how UK actors compare to the general population of non-actors. Well worth a read. Find it by clicking picture above or here

Similar…but different

Hi there,

Hope you have all had a good Summer? I have been busy doing lots and now quite content to be on a bit of a rest.

Those of you who read my last FB post will know that I am providing unique access this month (on a FYEO basis) to my screenplay of Tied to the Vicarage that I penned a few years ago.  As promised, please find the next instalment of Tied to the Vicarage screenplay by clicking here. Those of you who missed the first 9 pages can find it in the previous FB group post.

(NB please note that page numbers from here on are a bit higgledy piggledy as I had to convert it from Celtx software – enjoy!)