News archive for October 2011

Neil Forsyth’s genius cult comic creation Bob Servant is back to torment email scammers one more time in WHY ME? The Very Important Emails of Bob Servant published today by Birlinn  Ltd.

Shared Experience's play SPEECHLESS, based on Marjorie Wallace's book THE SILENT TWINS, which tells the story of June and Jennifer Gibbons, who at the age of four became "elective mutes" opened at The Arcola Theatre last week. The play is getting great reviews.

 

 

 

 

 

Lighted Fools Theatre Company's production of the late Peter Tinniswoood's play VISITORS won four awards and was nominated in three categories at the 53rd Woking Drama Festival as well as being awarded the Bruzaud Challenge Cup as the Festival winning play. The production is now eligible for invitation to the National Drama Festivals Association's 39th British All-Winners Festival to be held in July 2012. The play also won a Sage Presentation Award and was nominated for two other awards at the Spelthorne & Runnymede Festival.

Jean Fullerton's PERHAPS TOMORROW has won the Best Historical Read at the inaugural Romance Readers Awards. The award was presented at a gala ball which closed the Festival of Romance - two days of festivities celebrating romantic fiction in all forms at Hunton Park in Hertfordshire.

 

 

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