Finally getting round to a bit of promotion for my script writing. Panto season is all but over so its time to think about next year.
The first draft of the promo booklet can be downloaded here – promo-booklet
As well as full pantomime scripts I also offer –
Rewriting / Updating
You may already have a script, but feel it lacks something. Have you a cast member that has a special talent; are you short on people to play all the parts; would you like an extra character added to the story? I can help. Contact me and we’ll chat.
Is there a book or story that you would like to perform on stage. I can write the script for you.
Song Lyric Rewrites
If you have a song in mind for your Panto, but the words don’t quite fit with the story i can take your song choice and change the lyrics so they fit with the music and the plot.
Have you had a script knocking around for years. Are some of the jokes out-of-date? Send us a copy and we’ll see what we can do. Topical jokes, local references, modern slants added.
Lighting / Sound
Need help with lighting or on the sound desk. Give me a call. I use Daslight lighting controller that can link into most theatres lighting systems.
Posters / Flyers / Programmes
If you need posters designed or printed, or if you want a souvenir programme created, I can help.
Its nearly time to start thinking about the next Pantomime from Norton Theatre Group. I have been writing the script for the past four months. Give it a couple more months and I might be happy with it. … but I doubt it.
I was browsing the internet (procrastinating again) and came across this video (below) which I had forgot all about from 2014/2015. It’s a video by Ruth Wakefield showing the work that goes into putting a show on.It was the second script I had written for the group and contained some great lines and some bad jokes. .. really bad jokes, really really really ….
If you want to join Norton Theatre Group, either on stage, back stage, or anywhere else, get in touch. visit http://www.nortontheatregroup.org.uk/
Yesterday I was invited down to the Worcester Arts Workshop to take part in a discussion / brain storming session.
Worcester Arts Workshop?! Where’s that?
Despite being open for over 40 years there are still many people living in Worcester that do not know it exists.
In its hey day in the 70s and 80s it was a thriving community hub of dance, music, art, discussion and craft. It had a little ‘organisational hiatus’ a while back but now it’s back.