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NW 1 - Triple Bill

NW 1 - Triple Bill

By Rose Bruford College

Event Time Wed 15th Jun at 11:30am-Wed 15th Jun at 1:30pm
Event Location Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance, Sidcup
Event Price £7.00 + Booking fee (see below)
Age Restrictions Age restrictions: 18

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NW 1 - Triple Bill

New Writing 1  - Triple Bill

A Day A Wake by Rosie Cunnew. A funeral becomes a confrontation with a buried secret and its consequences

Give me a Lidl Break, a musical by Olivia Hunt. Can the gods of Lidl save checkout girl Pippa from a terrible miscarriage of justice?

Fox by Hannah Redfern. Real communication between a human and a wild animal leads to profound connection.


Venue: The Barn Theatre


New Writing Season 2022

This season is a new initiative at Rose Bruford. Quality new writing by Acting and Actor Musicianship students developed over several months, curated in a season of 8 short plays, a musical, and a dramatized song cycle.

The plays came out of Writer’s Lab sessions with third years, led by writer Janys Chambers (Children’s Ward, Emmerdale and Holby for TV, My Family and Other Animals – York Theatre Royal, Sirens of Fleet Street – BBC). 15 short plays were longlisted from 41 submissions; a final 9 were selected and developed for this season.

The Song Cycle is a collaboration with Composer Darren Clark, The Wicker Husband (Watermill), Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Southwark Playhouse). Actor musician students investigated the life of Florence Nightingale and selected events and dramatic viewpoints to compose a cycle of original songs, exploring and crafting original melodies, lyrics and orchestrations.

We have brought in successful alumni to direct the plays in triple or quadruple bills. Director Ewa Dina (Hope Theatre, Theatre 503, RSC) and Director/Actor Alex Mugnaioni (Captain Corelli ‘s Mandolin, Harold Pinter Theatre; The Visit, National Theatre) and alumnus Benji Mowbray, founder of the dazzling Bohemians Theatre Company, have returned to share their experience to support Bruford’s new graduating talent. Award-winning director and performer Ben Samuels directs a trio of works comprising two plays and a musical set in Lidl.

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