We are delighted to announce that Clarke Andrews Tempest will be showing at the City Gate Pub in Exeter this March 19th-21st.
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Set in a post-world civilisation where several generations have passed, Ahshi is a young girl exploring and encountering a new environment in her own unique fashion.
Writer/Director – Harry Willmott
Director of Photography – Ross Gill
Assistant Director/Editor – Luke Jeffery
Sound Mixer – Tom Collier
Composer – Adam Wickens
Ahshi was funded by the Exeter Phoenix’s Digital Commissions scheme.
It was great to finally see both of the films on a cinema screen and I’m pleased to announce that Host Familie was awarded the judges’ prize.
The screening was hosted by executive producers Jonas Hawkins and Claire Horrocks, with awards presented by Damo Cross. This year’s awards, created by designer Ben Huggins, were made out of ice and had to be stored in a freezer on stage!
1) Refuge or safety form pursuit, persecution or other danger.
2) Nature reserve, zoo, wildlife park.
Seven young people are living out their formative years in a secure underground bunker, protected from the brutal civil war that rages overhead. Their only contact with society is through the tannoy that constantly crackles into their world. When that voice stops without warning, the seven must fill the silence for themselves.
Sanctuary is a brand new piece of theatre devised, written and performed by The Lab Company and supported by the Theatre Royal Plymouth.
The Lab Company is a new initiative which aims to support the development of early career theatre artists and practitioners. From over 30 applicants I was selected to be a writer for the group and have just spent the week down in Plymouth as part of an intensive rehearsal period.
We’ve been tasked with creating a new piece of theatre for the Theatre Royal Plymouth’s newly constructed Lab studio which will take place on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 December. More details to be announced shortly.