“It’s the beginning of something quite special. It’s what the industry needs. There’s been a gap for such a long time and I see it as an Artistic Director as connecting those that have just graduated and stepping into a profession, getting their foot through the door can sometimes be a challenge and this is an opportunity.”
“We really enjoyed working with Gerry on The Miracle Of Great Homer Street last year and when we started talking about Yellow Breck Road he was the first choice to write it. He has a gift for capturing family life no matter what the setting so I think that the audience will enjoy this one!”
“The show had a wonderful reception when it was initially staged in Edinburgh, Salford and London. We tried to tell a personal story of human struggle, but fill it with music, movement and humour. And we can’t wait to pick up our instruments, get our sweatbands on and bring it to new audiences across the country in 2019!”
Based on the classic children’s book series by David McKee, that celebrate its 30th Birthday in 2019, Elmer The Patchwork Elephant Show, is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter!
“When Jerry Springer – The Opera first hit stages in the UK, it created a mass protest. It was unapologetic, uncompromising, fresh and original – and fused a highbrow form with a lowbrow subject matter. This fusion was what first attracted me. After getting through the protestors, I sat down and watched the best two hours of entertaining yet profound theatre I’d seen in years. It started a revolution.”
From Shore to Shore by Mary Cooper and directed by Yellow Earth co-founder and former Artistic Director David K S Tse, which weaves together three revealing and moving stories drawn from three different generations of people from the British Chinese community.
“February is fast approaching with that all-important date to celebrate love on 14 February – so make a date and get all romantic and snuggly with your ‘one’ at The Valentine’s Movie Experience, or come with friends to enjoy the fun.”
Her CV includes appearances in Eastenders, The Bill and much more and, next in her diary, Isobel Middleton will be appearing as Beatrice in a new production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Taking a break from rehearsals, Isobel spoke to us about the show and much more.