Back with a vengance, Starlight are proud to present our June play A Bride in the hand. Now with a full cast this is a comedy which we could all do with now, by Angela Lanyon............................. All is happening in Kates house today. It’s her wedding day and she is to marry George. Her daughter Vickie is doing her best to organise the wedding day, which is becoming more and more frantic as the day goes on. Best man Eddie is
variously mistaken for a delivery man, an electrician and Vickie’s fiancée. With several guests arriving adding to the confusion, are things beginning to get on top of her.
Finally to cap it all, Eddie’s true identity turns out to be even more bizarre. 9th-12th June 2021
Casting Call for film shooting at locations in Southend
We're shooting in Southend on 24th & 25th November and we are in need of 3 - 4 actors to come on board for the production. Here's what we're looking for -
Leads: 2 x Girls (playing age 18 - 21)
One girl is has an alternative style (nose piercing, dyed hair)
One girl is has a natural style (red or brown hair)
Ideally both girls are friends in real life so we can capture real moments of friendship
Extra 1 - Mother (playing age 45 - 55)
The mother and daughter don't get on well together.
Extra 2 - Mean Chip Shop Owner (playing age 35 - 50)
He needs to look and act mean to one of the girls who works in the chip shop.
If interested mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
If people can send through reels / pictures that would be great.
Don't reply to SOSAC but email to address above.
“All that Jazz and Other Poems” is a collection of poems published by The Littoral Press. The poems draw the reader into a vision of life and art which transcends the ordinary. Adrian Green’s poems and reviews have appeared in magazines and anthologies in England and abroad as well as two pamphlet collections and an earlier full collection, Chorus and Coda, also from the Littoral Press. All th at Jazz and Other Poems - Review extracts: “When the back cover of your latest collection carries an appreciation from national jazz treasure, Digby Fairweather, it suggests you’ve done something right. Adrian Green certainly has.” Review by Philip Dunkerley, Orbis 185 “…the crowning achievement of this collection are the jazz poems through which Green ably conveys his intimate knowledge of the beauty, vibrancy and perceived dangers of ‘the unclassified music/our parents/did not think/to warn us about.’ ” Review by Trevor Breedon, Write Out Loud “....a collection of reliably well-executed poems.” Review by Charlie Hill, London Grip ISBN 978-1-912412-11-2 Copies are available at a special price of £5 plus p&p (until Christmas) – message Adrian Green via Facebook for details