From stage to screen...
filmed entirely in Covid isolation...!
The year was 2020 and we had great plans to tour our two-hander comedy, The Travesty of Richard III across the land.
then Covid 19 happened, so we decided to use the same script and action but film it in isolation against green-screens..
Following a substantial editing job (!) a new one-hour comic and surreal film was born - viewable online at Reading Fringe Festival 2020 and Brighton Fringe Festival 2021.
Now you can see it on the big screen at Dorking's Green Room Theatre, along with a chance to meet the actors, a comedy presentation and a fun quiz!
Watch the trailer now!
"That was the best hellzapoppin' rollercoaster version of Shakespeare I've ever seen!"
Claudia Cartwright. Mole Valley Council arts officer and Mole Valley Arts Alive coordinator
"The stage may be small but the characters are huge!"
Nick Wyschna. Guildford Fringe Theatre Company producer
"The style throughout is panto meets Lloyd Webber , with a touch of the RSC thrown in. At times graphically explicit , it's outrageous fun and I loved it. This is 5-star entertainment."
Brian Butler. GScene.com