The #Coptimists over at Julie’s Bicycle have been reminding us that agreement made in Paris last year becomes binding today and showed us some of the movers and shakers in arts who are trying to make climate change awareness and action a reality. We were delighted to be included in a small way! (2 mins 30 in – blink and you miss our artistic director … Continue reading Cop 22 is coming
Spoiler Alert Look away if you don’t want to see how the two different endings of our adaptation of An Enemy of the People play out.[ezcol_1half]Half Column Blue Ending The vote goes with Mayor Stockmann and the Doctor is declared an An Enemy of the People.[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end] Yellow Ending The vote goes with Doctor Stockmann. The year is 2050. [/ezcol_1half_end] Continue reading An Enemy of the People – A Tale of Two Endings
[ezcol_1third] [/ezcol_1third] [ezcol_2third_end] “Whilst I was finishing the rehearsal draft of the script, Jens Demant Cole started on set construction and progressed the scenic design elements simultaneously. A slightly unusual way of working but we’re not the RSC so we can. We are indebted to Oily Cart for the donation of an old set to weld it from. We’re all winners really as it’s … Continue reading Designers are great – everyone should have several in their lives.
On the long road to creating A Do-Gooder I’ve been asking people what stops them from acting on climate change and doing all the right things we know about which could help alleviate the situation. Everyone was really generous in offering their views. http://www.devotedanddisgruntled.com/events/devoted-and-disgruntled-8/reports/the-intention-action-gap-with-biscuits/ Continue reading I went to D&D8 and I took biscuits