PAST PRODUCTIONS

Momentary Bliss

(Boomtown Festival 2017/18)

Welcome to Momentary Bliss, your safe haven away from the hustle and bustle of modern living in the heart of Paradise Heights.

 Relax in the 'Serenary' of our beautiful gardens, re-invigorate yourself with one of our 'Enhancement Classes', or join us in the 'Restoratorium' and find your best self.

 

FIX YOURSELF... FOR THE BETTER.

Directed By: Liam Fleming

Devised By: The Cast

Cast: Amelia Vernede, Adam Sibbald, Andrew Broadhurst, Phoebe Gardiner, Zack Polanski, James Unsworth, Liam Fleming, Holli Dillon, Leah Georges, Josh Morter, Ben Karakashian, Meg Pemberton and Liis Mikk.

Designed by: Meg Cunningham

Slamageddon

(Epoch Presents: 1985)

 

Well Done! You managed to get a ticket to Slamageddon, the first EVER pay-per-view for the WORLD WRESTLING ALLIANCE.

WWA Intercontinental Champion 'Maniacal' Mike Shylock will be defending against the man he 'stole' the title from, Mr. Amazing in the headline match. Loud Music - Sweaty Men - Colourful Leotards - It doesn't get more 80's than this!

 

Written and Directed By: Liam Fleming

 

Choreography By: James Unsworth and

                 Liam Fleming

Cast:

James Unsworth, James Barbour, Liam Fleming and Jonathan Woodhouse

Dearly Departed

(Hidden Door Festival)

Childhood friends Gerry and Thomas re-visit their old school after a friend passes. A fire ravaged the old boys changing room years ago and now holds a dark secret for both these men.

 

Dearly Departed is a play about ghosts. Those that you create and those that follow you always.

 

This piece was edited and re-worked for the Hidden Door Festival, Edinburgh 2015.

 

Written & Directed By: Liam Fleming

 

Cast:

Liam Fleming

Alexander Pankhurst

The Death of Christopher Marlowe

 

Enter the rest-stop of Ms. Eleanor Bull, hostess and lady of the house. Here you can get whatever you need, a bed for the night, something to eat and drink flows, but not all is what it seems.

 

Dramatising the last moments of the life of Christopher Marlowe this play is part historical re-enactment, part ghost story and wholly immersive.

 

Written and Directed By: Liam Fleming

 

Cast:

Alexander Pankhurst

Katie Turner

Steven Mortimer

Robert Wallis

 

Workman's Lunch 

 

A 3-Dimensional audio tour produced for Deptford stories that takes you back to the factory of J. Stone and Company during it's heyday in the 1950's. Using audio from interviews with real employees of the time and dramatisations, this piece takes you on a journey that is exciting and educational.

 

Written and Diected By: Liam Fleming

Sound Design and Recording: Ellie Isherwood

 

Voice Actors:

Liam Fleming

Steven Mortimer

Featuring the voice of George Arthur

 

 

The Final Whistle

 

The culmination of the ‘Deptford Stories’ event is a large scale invasion of workers into a warehouse of art. Based around the fundamentals of clowning with choreography and dumb show this spectacle involved live music and audience participation.

 

Written and Directed By: Liam Fleming

Choreography: Rachael Owens

 

Cast:

Alexander Pankhurst       Filippo Raschi

Katie Turner              Zuska Drobna

Steven Mortimer           Maria Naess

Robert Wallis             Melissa Wadsworth

Rachael Owens             Ellie Isherwood

Liam Fleming

 

 

Dearly Departed

 

Childhood friends Gerry and Thomas re-visit their old school after a friend passes. A fire ravaged the old boys changing room years ago and now holds a dark secret for both these men. Whilst Thomas wants to talk about the ghosts that haunt him, Gerry uses aggression to deflect.

 

Dearly Departed is a play about ghosts. Those that you create and those that follow you always.

 

Directed By: Rob Wallis and Liam Fleming

Written By: Liam Fleming

 

Cast:

Liam Fleming

Steven Mortimer

 

Father For Justice

 

John wakes up in a quaint little cottage in the middle of nowhere. He is beaten and then tied up by an unknown man. What follows is a conversation between one man who had everything taken from him and the man he believes took it.

 

Father for Justice is a play about revenge, but what happens when the person you are delivering your rage upon could very well be innocent?

 

Directed By: Liam Fleming

Written By: Mark Wakeman

 

Cast:

Ian Macnaughton

James Barbour

 

 

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