Posts Tagged ‘forever in your debt’

An uncertain sub-editor whittles-down a reference to Philip/Pippa (the sex change dad) with the line… “the father turns to drink”. The Hereford Times review of ¬†Forever in Your Debt.


Last night saw premiere of Forever In Your Debt at The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford. The relief of getting the show up and running was immense, particularly given the monster 3-day Tech that has finally brought together the complicated sound, light and staging requirements. There is still a great deal of work to do to improve […]


Our rehearsal time at Warwick University is almost done. And we almost have a show; but for the myriad technical complexities which must be layered into next week’s production week transfer to The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford. (amplification, radio mics, lighting, projections, wind machines, ladies’ clothings, etc.) We ran the show properly for the first time […]


week 3 was a tough haul, and we emerged from it with the bare bones of a show, a draft 8 script and a hefty pile of sheet music – also to learn. As if to heap up reminders of the focus now required of us, our friendly builders start to construct a dirt barrage […]


I find myself having conversations about how lucky I am / one is to have work happening in these tricksy times. Maintaining a flexibility to work and working patterns is probably the key; theatre-making teaches you to have to respond to eventualities, survive on your wits, make do on the leanest means. Arts organisations can […]