Archive listings for Beasts and BeautiesWork type: Kids show
T0713382183 (HAMPSTEAD11)Gruesome tales - from the Emperor without any clothes to the farmwife who serves her stepson up to his father for dinner, eight stories from around the world are recreated in their grisly glory on stage to delight audiences from 8+. Retold by Carol Ann Duffy. Dramatised by Melly Still and Tim SuppleProducer Hampstead Theatre. Director Melly Still. Design Melly Still. Design Anna Fleischle. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Dave Price. Sound Matt McKenzie. Performer Justin Avoth. Performer Michelle Bonnard. Performer Jake Harders. Performer Rhiannon Harper-Rafferty. Performer Jack Tarlton. Performer Jason Thorpe. Performer Kelly Williams.
|1 Dec 11 to 7 Jan 12||Hampstead Theatre, Inner London :: V202|
listing details L0228679368
T0537907250 (HAMPSTEAD10)‘This is one of the finest family shows I have seen - inventive, dark, hilarious, and blessed with a dramatic panache that weaves a spell of pure pleasure.’ Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph Grisly and gruesome, hilarious and hair-raising, Hampstead Theatre’s festive treat brings you eight European fairytales to make you laugh with delight and shiver with glee. For ages 8+Producer Hampstead Theatre. Adapted by Carol Ann Duffy. Other Melly Still (dramatised). Other Tim Supple (dramatised). Director Melly Still.
|10 Dec 10 to 31 Dec 10||Hampstead Theatre, Inner London :: V202|
listing details L1918047265
T1279691022 (TRBATH09)Producer YPT Acting.
|3 Dec 09 to 5 Dec 09||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
listing details L2021775969
The Devil's Violin and Other Tales of the Roma - T01436179496Performance story telling - gypsy tales from Wales and elsewhere, with music inspired by Roma traditions. For age 12+
|27 Oct 06||The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372|
listing details L062236525
Eight Tales from Europe - T01361024309Award-winning British poet and playwright, Carol Ann Duffy's most recent collaborations with Tim Supple include Opera North's production of The Magic Flute, and the Young Vic's Grimm Tales which also included [Melly Still] as designer. Her poetry collections include The World Wife (1999), Standing Female Nude (1985), The Other Country and Mean Time, which won the Whitbread Poetry Award and the Forwad Poetry Prize (Best Poetry Collection of the Year). Her latest collection for children is The Good Child's Guide to Rock N Roll (2003). She is also an acclaimed playwright, having three plays performed at the Liverpool Playhouse and Almeida. She was awarded an OBE in 1995, a CBE in 2001 and became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1999.Adapted by Melly Still. Director Melly Still. Design Tim Supple. Lighting Chris Davey. Performer Elaine Claxton. Performer Howard Coggins. Performer Elliot Levey. Performer Bill Nash. Performer Zara Ramm. Performer Vineeta Rishi. Performer Jack Tarlton. Performer Kelly Williams.
|2 Apr 04 to 1 May 04||Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857|
listing details L02085585831