Congratulations to Kiss Me and You Will See How Important I Am by Sunday’s Child Theatre Company - winner of the 2012 Edinburgh Emerging Artists Competition.
They completed a successful run at the Pleasance, Islington from 27-29 September and took part in a series of workshops provided by NSDF.
You can see more about the production and the company and view a promo on the Sunday’s Child website:
Thank you to everyone who entered. Congratulations to the shortlisted shows and those who received commendations:
Anything But (a one woman play)
The House of Shadows
Sex-Ed the Musical
Neil John Gibson in Party Worth Crashing
Sam Caseley in Her Right Mind
John Askew, Luke de Belder (Actors) and Beth Eustace (Writer and Director) – Don Juan
Ed Smith in Inheritance Blues
Finney Cassidy in Wrecked
Katherine Pearce (Writer) of Round ‘ere
Richard Franks in The Three Half Pints
Gael Le Cornec in Camille Claudel
Be Fruitful and Multiply
Seeing Double: Figures & Vision
Thanks again for the invaluable and generous support from:
Ideas Tap, The Martin Bowley Charitable Trust and Pleasance Theatres
For more information about the shows entered for this year’s Edinburgh Competition click here:
After our sell-out run in Edinburgh, thanks to the NSDF Emerging Artist Award, our beloved Belleville Rendez-vous transferred to the RSC Swan Theatre and Pleasance Theatre,playing to lovely sell-out audiences.
A unique and imaginative production.
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