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Looking Forward, Looking Back

Looking Forward, Looking Back
a triple bill of new one-act plays

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 A B O U T

Are you looking forward to your future? Back on your past? Or are you trapped somewhere in between?

See the world through four sets of eyes in this triple bill of new plays, mixing drama, comedy and memory.

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Mother's Runaway Daughter

Mother's Runaway Daughter
by Jean Medcalf and Sally Medcalf

LOOKING BACK, over a long life that spans the twentieth century, but was always lived in East London, Bessie turns over her memories in her mind. She imagines children skipping, rhymes, Sunday School, the wars and work. A nostalgic verse-play by newcomers Jean and Sally Medcalf. | more


by Jackie Braithwaite
BEST ACTOR - James Conlon

Havering Drama Festival 2005

LOOKING FORWARD to a new life is fifteen-year-old Louise, who wants to elope with twenty seven-year-old Mark. Mark doesn't seem to see the future with such hope and certainty. His dreams and hers are entangled, but the consequences could be explosive in this gritty two-hander from new writer Jackie Braithwaite. | more

Jenson or Hyde?

Jenson or Hyde?
by Stephen Balchin

LOOKING BOTH WAYS are Jenson and Hyde. Professor Jenson wants to be a different person and new developments in neurology allow him to be one. But what are the consequences? Would you discard your whole personality, not knowing what might replace it? A comic drama from Stephen Balchin, his fifth play for Woodhouse. | more

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

Jenson or Hyde? and Waiting
at the Brentwood Theatre
The Havering Festival

9 adults
7.50 concessions

Thu 17 March 2005, 7.30pm

at the Welsh Church Hall

6 adults
3 concessions

advance booking only

Thu 31 March, 8pm
Fri 1 April, 8pm
Sat 2 April, 3pm
Sat 2 April, 8pm

Mother's Runaway Daughter
at the Chingford Assembly Hall
The Waltham Forest Festival

Sat 16 April 2005, 7.30pm

 P O S T E R

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