Having tried and failed at Shakespeare, pub quizzes and murder mysteries, our hapless bunch now turn to literature and set up their own online literary circle in the penultimate episode of our DOING series.
Rebecca thinks she’s on to a bestseller with her foray into vampire fiction whilst Judith works on her highly original tale of a young wizard called Harriet Botter. Ebon has created his own graphic novel franchise, Stick World whilst Terri doesn’t want to read anything too booky!
Written especially for Zoom by David Spicer, DOING THE BOOK CLUB puts literary classics such as Great Expectations, The Catcher in the Rye and Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance under the microscope as we discover that there are no bad books, only bad readers.
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The performance takes place in a live Zoom Webinar platform. The actors will appear on the screen and they will not be able to see or hear audience members. Your name will not be visible to anyone and anything you do or say will not be seen or heard by the actors or other audience members.
Just 25 places for each performance
Running time: 45-mins
Suitable for 12+ years
Tom - Robert Stuart-Hudson
Jason - Rob Hardie
Rebecca - Vikki Earle
Judith - Lauren Molyneux
Ebon - Kieran Maleedy
Terri - Kathryn Chambers
DIRECTED BY SHAUN CHAMBERS
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With live theatre on hold for some time, we have teamed up with playwright, David Spicer to present live theatre online. DOING THE BOOK CLUB has been written for 6 actors who are in different places but have been brought together by ZOOM. The performance is 100% LIVE and can be viewed on a laptop, tablet or mobile phone.