Mortal Coil - Twelfth Night
by Kit Johnson
"Tis all a Chequer-board of Nights and Days
Where destiny with Men for Pieces Plays" - The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
A meditation on life.
Opening - Male Chess Player (Dom Elliott); Female Chess Player (Fran Kirwan)
Birth - Male Chess Piece (John Mills); Female Chess Piece (Christine Cooke)
Childhood - The Boy King (Daniel Johnson); - The Girl (Hannah Johnson); Female Chess Pieces (Kay Trenchard), (Emma Oliver), (Kirsty Lovell); Male Chess Pieces (Giles Brown), (Angelo Moore)
Lovers - Female Chess Pieces (Vanessa Cole), (Barbara Adams), (Lisa Gaylard)
Life - (Adie Holmes)
Working Life - Male Chess Piece (Huw Williams); Female Chess Pieces (Jan Hevizi), (Vanessa Cole); Male Chess Piece (Aide Holmes)
Marriage/Divorce - Female Chess Piece (Sheila Cox); Male Chess Pieces (Giles Brown), (Kevin Kirwan); Girl (Hannah Johnson); Female Chess Pieces (Lisa Gaylard), (Kay Trenchard)
Looking Back - Female Chess Piece (Kit Johnson); Male Chess Pieces (Kevin Kirwan), (John Mills); Female Chess Pieces (Christine Cooke), (Sheila Cox)
Checkmate - (Daniel Johnson), (John Mills), (Giles Brown), (Kay Trenchard), (Sheila Cox), (Christine Cooke), (Lisa Gaylard), (Kevin Kirwan), (Kit Johnson), (Emma Oliver')
Director - (Kit Johnson)
This play was entered into several of the local festivals and came away with awards for Best Director and Best Original Play as well as a number of nominations, including those for Best Actor and Best Set.
by William Shakespeare
Shakespeare's classic tale of unrequited love, identical twins and mistaken identity.
Orsino (Dom Elliot); Valentine (Angelo Moore); Viola (Lisa Gaylard); Captain (Ann Patey); Sir Toby Belch (Huw Williams); Maria (Maddy Southern); Sir Andrew Aguecheek (John Mills); Feste (Christine Cooke); Olivia (Kit Johnson); Malvolio (Kevin Kirwan); Antonio (Jan Hevizi); Sebastian (Giles Brown); Fabian (Gillian Lewisohn)
Night Club Dancers (Gemma Curry), (Sophie Dyke), (Angelo Moore), (Emma Oliver), (Simon Davies), (Hannah Johnson), (Lisa Mitchell), (Louise Ponting)
Director: Graham Bradshaw