Little Pieces Of Gold
During such turbulent times what happens to our belief in institutions, governments, religions, traditions, ideas, philosophies and people? For this production Little Piece of Gold will be staging plays on the theme of ‘faith’. The English Oxford Dictionary defines faith as: complete trust or confidence in someone or something, or strong a belief in the doctrines of a religion, or a strongly held belief. Plays will address any of the above.
Little Pieces of Gold has produced the work of emerging, established and award winning playwrights. Thousands of writers have submitted their work through their open submission process and productions garner much industry interest, introduce writers to literary agents, facilitate long term creative collaborations and provide a platform for new voices, theatre makers and performers.
ALIVE DAY by Fran Bushe, directed by Hannah Jones
Fran Bushe is an award nominated comedian and playwright, whose first full length play The Site won The Hampstead Theatre ‘Write A Play’ competition.
COME DIE WITH ME by Vicki Connerty, directed by Sharon Willems
Vicki Connerty is a playwright currently studying for an M.A in Writing for the Stage & Broadcast Media at Central School of Speech and Drama. She has had work performed by Fizzy Sherbet and Actor Awareness. Come Die With Me is her debut short play.
ISABELLE by Debra Baker, directed by Christopher Adams
This is Debra’s playwriting debut! She is an actress currently performing in Big Guns by Nina Segal at The Yard Theatre in Hackney. She will be seen in the feature film 90 Minutes to be released this Summer.
EIGHTH TIME LUCKY by Jamie Rowlands, directed by Jack Brackstone-Brown
Jamie trained as an actor at Italia Conti, graduating in 2015. He has since focused on writing and producing with Second Sons Theatre Company. His first full length play, Underlings!, will debut later this year.
CARNIVORES by Lucy Trodd, directed by Saul Reid
Lucy has co-written two series of WELL DONE YOU for BBC Radio 4 (Finalist BBC Audio Drama awards 2015). She was the Sky/ Funny Women Finalist for her sitcom Twitching. Lucy writes for children’s mentoring charity, Scene and Heard, and is currently writing a Spike Milligan musical.
GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN-DAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS by Ashleigh Packham, directed by Manuel Bau
Ashleigh Packham is a writer and actor, graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2013. Her debut play, Peanuts, was produced by Poleroid Theatre, and ran at the Tristan Bates and The Last Refuge.
THAT WAS ALL by Francis Grin, directed by Nastazja Somers
Francis graduated from Goldsmiths with an MA in Writing for Performance. She has a particular interest in surrealist plays and has staged her work in both the UK and Australia.
HOPE by Tom Harvey, directed by Jaclyn Bradley
Tom won WriteNow 5 with POOL. His work has been performed widely around London at the Park, Jack, 503, Arts, Cockpit and Space theatres. Tom has had two play readings at Soho Theatre where he is on the current Writer’s Lab.
Concession prices are available Mon-Thu and for all matinee performances.