Crash Test scratch night for work-in-progress returns tonight. As it’s the summer (and we’re even getting sunny weather) we’ve moved the night to Boulders Arts & Craft Cafe/Bar in Borth (above the Nisa Store) so that you can enjoy performances being tested out in front of an audience for the first time and the amazing sunsets over Borth.
The usual eclectic mix of work will be featured including a new short play Butler from James Baker, a short play The Interview written by Dean Scott, Julie Grady Thomas and Tracey Goddard, a comedy TV script Mr Thompsons Funeral from Catrin Fflur Huws, new work from Daniel Rebbeck, a short excerpt of Bespoke Overcoat from Louche Theatre, a black comedy play Two Way by Julie Grady Thomas, storytelling from Peter Stevenson & MIlly Jackdaw, a comedy sketch The Observors Book of Big Important Statues from Roger Boyle, a political comedy Managed Decline from Tony Jones and new stand-up comedy from Julie Grady Thomas.
We also have Mother’s Ruin – brother-sister duo performing a range of original music in both Welsh and English with a Jazz/Reggae/Soul feel to provide music for the end of the evening.
Doors Open at 7.30pm £4 (£3 concessions)
If you would like to present work at a future Crash Test scratch night then contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At the last Crash Test scratch night, audio drama from EarCandy the latest project from Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s Writing for Performance Group was scratched. You can now listen to these plays at the EarCandy website
More information is available at the Scriptography Productions website
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