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Derek Webb commented on Derek Webb's event 'The Invisible Man'
"Hi Rob, Yes same play but new production and it's on in London for three weeks! Kind regards Derek"
Dec 8, 2019
Rob Stradling commented on Derek Webb's event 'The Invisible Man'
"I've seen this one. ..or have I?"
Dec 7, 2019
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The Invisible Man at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

December 11, 2019 at 7:30pm to January 4, 2020 at 7:30pm
The Invisible Man is coming! Just four days to go now! Excited that my adaptation of the HG Wells' classic story is at the Jack Studio Theatre for a three week run from December 11. Three actors, fifteen characters and all the fun you can imagine. Book soon - seven nights are completely sold out already!…See More
Dec 7, 2019

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What I do:
Playwright, poet and writer.
A little more about me:
I live in Pembrokeshire and I've had three radio plays produced, several full length stage plays and dozens of one act plays -in the UK, US and Australia. Also have a kid's novel called 'Is' about a girl who thinks she's Isambard Kingdom Brunel reincarnated!
Projects I’m working on:
Full length play 'The Invisible Man' adapted from the classic novel by HG Wells. Lots of fun with three great actors: James Scannell, Stefan Pejic and Andrew Lennon - touring to ten venues in south Wales starting June 7. Mor info on:
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Time to save a theatre

Up here on the North Pembrokeshire coast, there's not much in the way of theatre. And the one theatre we do have, Pembrokeshire County Council is intent on closing - by way of council cuts. Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard was (from the 1920s) a cinema, and still is - but from the 1990s it was reconfigured with stage and lighting for theatre and musical events. Closing the theatre would not only deprive the North Pembrokeshire community of an important entertainment venue, but one which can bring the… Continue

Posted on August 27, 2010 at 23:59 — 1 Comment

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At 1:18 on March 22, 2010, Francis Wheatley said…
Who do you mean, exactly? I tell you we Mercians are VERY FIERCE now we changed from woad to soot. (see spread in January's Vogue, p 86ff.)
At 9:44 on March 20, 2010, Francis Wheatley said…
If you're Bringing Back the Blue Stones, we Black Country folk (well, West Bromwich actually)want the Black back from the Black Mountains.
At 6:58 on May 25, 2009, Derek Webb said…
Ah, I see - small world and all that! Are you going to Rhosygilwen for the launch? Richard said it would be a good chance for me to meet up with everyone.
At 4:34 on May 25, 2009, Rebecca Gould said…
I met her at the London Book Fair recently, officially I was there with Parthian, promoting another book they’re bringing out this Spring, called ‘Mrs D'Silva and the Shaitan of Calcutta’, it is a brilliant story, set in a school in Calcutta. We're trying to get money for an Indian screen adaptation. However, mainly I was hanging out with mates from the British Council in Kolktata whom I haven’t seen for ages and going to parties, apparently to make a film you have to go to lots of parties :-) Anyway at one of these parties, I met Penny and we got talking about your book.
At 20:19 on May 24, 2009, Rebecca Gould said…
I heard all about it from Penny and I said it sounds like it would make a great play too! I sent Penny some options for funding and told her to get back to me if I could help. Sorry to have missed your stuff in Swansea by the way, its been stupidly busy the last couple of months, did it go well?
At 20:03 on May 22, 2009, Rebecca Gould said…
Sadly not, I am directing a play in Huddersfield and I couldn't get there. I hear it was great. When's your book out? I look forward to reading it.

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