My monologue THE STANDARD BEARER is being performed by Neil Dickson on February 19, 2017 @ 6:00 p.m. at St. Thomas the Apostle Hollywood. Julian Sands again directs - and introduces the evening.
The Loves of Mars and Venus will be at the Courtauld Gallery on Sunday 5th March at 4 pm.
Here's a link to the Facebook page.
Evelyn Nallen writes:
Booking can’t be done at the Courtauld. People will have to pay to get into the Gallery and then what’s on (guided tours etc and us) is free. The seating will be on a first come basis. It is a lovely room (Room 6 I think) in a wonderful building but not a great theatre — but we’ll do our best!
And here's a link to the Weaver Dance Company webpage.
The first three public performances of The Loves of Venus and Mars have now been announced - February 26th in St Mary in the Castle, Hastings @ 6pm; March 2nd in the Fitzwilliam College Auditorium, Cambridge @ 8pm and March 5th at the Courtauld Gallery, the Strand, @ 4pm. See my November 23rd 2016 entry for details of the project.
Here's a link to the booking details for the first two gigs.
My radio dramatisation of Vanity Fair has finally made it on to cd. You would be hard pressed to find my name mentioned on the box or in the publicity but at least it's out there at last.
Hedley England (producer) and Simone Vause (director) are keen to set up a stage production of my play Double Jeopardy and are hard at work finding suitable venues.
Just about to start work on the script for a fascinating project - the story of the first English ballet, The Loves of Venus and Mars, created by John Weaver in 1717. Very much looking forward to working with Evelyn Nallen (producer/composer), Jenny Miller (director), Chris de Wilde (designer) and Moira Goff (Dance Historian) on this. First performances are planned in Hastings in late February 2017. More details later!
All four of my dramatisations are being broadcast on Radio 4 Extra and are all still available for listening. My personal favourite THE LITTLE SISTER goes out tonight (15th September) and is available for 30 days afterwards.
A thumbs-up on Radio 3's Record Review from Jeremy Sams for the cd of the two Debussy EA Poe operas, where he says he "absolutely adored" Devil in the Belfry.
Here's the link. The review begins at 02.20.