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What Was New 2013

THE HUNTING | Allan Plenderleith

Scarifying for Hallowe'en - the world's first interactive zombie movie, Allan's latest app venture is THE HUNTING which he has written and directed. Part 1 is available for free.  Part 2 is available @ 99p and is whizzing up the i-Tunes charts .


Robert Rigby's dramatisation of Alan Sillitoe's novel set in 1958 Nottingham joins a line up of iconic literature from the late 1950's and early 1960's in BBC Radio 4's New Wave season. SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING features Shirley Anne Field who played Doreen in Karel Reisz's seminal 1960 film.

MERIVEL | Rose Tremain

MERIVEL: A Man of His Time by Rose Tremain has just been published in paperback (July 2013):  "one of the great imaginative creations in English literature of the past 50 years" (Telegraph).   

Rose Tremain is participating at festivals and events throughout the summer and autumn 2013 including: Hay Festival, Winchester Festival, the UEA Autumn Literary Festival and events in Norwich, Southwold, Hampstead and Hampton Court.


TOMORROW MORNING London | Laurence Mark Wythe

The award-winning Chicago & off-Broadway musical TOMORROW MORNING returns to London with a new production at The Rosemary Branch Theatre, Islington by Theatre Coop from Tuesday 23 - Sunday 28 July 2013.

For performances & tickets:

ANGELA'S ASHES - A MUSICAL | Adam Howell & Paul Hurt

ANGELA'S ASHES - A Musical, based on the Pulitzer award winning book by Frank McCourt with Music and Lyrics by Adam Howell and Adaptation by Paul Hurt, the musical is being presented in Frank McCourt's hometown of Limerick at the Lime Tree Theatre following a successful run at Derby Theatre last year. 

17 - 20 July 2013

Lime Tree Theatre Limerick

More info

TOMORROW MORNING Seoul | Laurence Mark Wythe

Laurence Mark Wythe's award-winning musical TOMORROW MORNING about two couples separated by time but bound together by impending change, runs in at the KT&G Sangsang Art Hall, Seoul, Korea 1 June – 1 September 2013 following a successful run at the Toho Creation Theatre in Tokyo this April.    The show will now have been seen in: London, Chicago, New York, Melbourne, Tokyo & Seoul.

More international productions to be announced soon.

Korean production details here

HOLLYOAKS | Eddy Marshall

Eddy Marshall (director) - w/c 23 September 2013

                                      - w/c 22 July 2013

                                      - w/c 21 January 2013 - featuring Esther's suicide attempt after months of bullying, this week's episodes saw the programme achieve its highest viewing figures for two years: 1.5m on C4 and 1.2m on E4.

Weekdays at 6.30pm on C4 & 7pm on E4

Go to the official HOLLYOAKS website


Paul Jepson directsMANCHESTER SOUND: THE MASSACRE, produced by The Library Theatre Company, Manchester Sat 8 Jun - Sat 6 Jul 2013. In an underground club, two groups of idealists meet. Both are looking for utopia, or, at the very least, something like euphoria. Both are being hounded by the law. And both are hoping for the night of their lives. They just happen to come from different centuries… This unique production brings the changing face of protest in Manchester vividly to life.  Staged in a secret city centre venue, it’s an immersive site specific theatre experience by Polly Wiseman.

THE INCOMERS | Paul Jepson

Paul Jepson directs Murray Lachlan Young's new play in verse, THE INCOMERS for Windswept Productions - a lurid yet blisteringly funny tale of sex drugs & perfectly seared scallops set in the West Country! On tour and at The Pleasance Theatre in London. 

18 April - 25 May 2013

Pleasance Theatre: 13-18 May 2013

CISSIE & ADA: An Hysterical Rectomy | John-Jackson Almond

John-Jackson Almond directs the premiere of a new comedy about the legendary comic characters created by Les Dawson and Roy Barraclough and written by Graham Warrener,

CISSIE & ADA: An Hysterical Rectomy at Broadway Theatre, Barking from 27 March - 6 April 2013

The Grand Theatre, Blackpool 15-16 July 2013

UK Tour autumn 2013

A GIRL IN WINTER | Richard Stevens

BBC Radio 4 Classic Serial Sunday 7th April 2013 @ 3pm (repeated Saturday 13th April @ 9pm).  Philip Larkin: poet, jazz critic and life long librarian, also wrote two novels as a young man. His second novel A GIRL IN WINTER is set in the bleak winter of wartime Britain and follows the story of a wartime refugee over the course of a single day. Dramatised by Richard Stevens.

PRISONERS' WIVES | Graham Elleray

Graham Elleray was Police adviser on the recent successful series of BBC 1 PRISONERS' WIVES in March and April 2013.
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