Currently in post-production and due for release April 2018
You can't stay seventeen forever.
Three childhood friends return to a Hampshire wood where as ridiculous goths one glorious summer in 1985, they enjoyed a ‘perfect day’. Now older and no longer friends, they commemorate their beautiful leader, Emmie – whom no one has seen since…
‘Deep in the Woods’ is a short, comic, wistful film about regret, the marvellous silliness of youth and the chilling tick of Time.
Featuring Jenny Funnell (BBC's As Time Goes By) and Marcus Hutton (Brookside & Made in Dagenham).
DEEP IN THE WOODS - 1985 VHS Teaser (HD)
The Ealing Inheritance - Theatre
The Ealing Inheritance has two successful runs under its belt; performed originally at the Rialto Theatre in Brighton in 2015, the show returned to Brighton in 2018 as part of the Brighton Fringe.
We’ve received some great notices from both runs, and we are planning to tour the production in the future. So be warned, it could be coming to a theatre near you!
‘This absolutely ridiculous piece of theatre starts implausibly in a little house of mystery and just get dafter’ - GScene Magazine
'Violently exaggerated, theatrical to the point of absurdity and enormous fun' - Brighton Argus * * * *
'A ridiculous, intense comedy of lies and insanity' - Worthing Herald
'Plucky and enjoyable' - welovebrighton.com
THE EALING INHERITANCE is a ripe, fetid comedy, where no one is who they claim; where everyone has a terrible secret; where the past haunts the present. Inspired by such films as The Ladykillers and Kind Hearts and Coronets.
The Ealing Inheritance - Brighton Fringe 2018
The TEEN People - Theatre
The TEEN People performed at the Ropetackle Arts Centre, as part of Shoreham Wordfest 2017, to an audience of over 110, with funding from the Adur & Worthing's Small Arts Grant.
The year is 1974. Welcome to your future.
Strikes, power cuts and Terry Jacks at number #1 are the least of our worries. There are threats from beyond this Earth and our only line of defence is the TEEN People. John, Jenny and Tizer: three teenagers with super space powers, defending our island from those who seek to upset us.
First performed in 1990, Simon Messingham and Mark Gatiss’s play about 1970s children’s television toured successfully for four years but has never been seen since. Now, in a new ‘Brexit and Trump’ world order, its mix of daft physical comedy and devastating political satire is back. Never has England needed the TEEN People more!
The TEEN People - TRAILER - A NEW Comedy Play! (Shoreham Wordfest 2017)
Not My Wife - Short Film
'What if your wife wasn't your wife and nobody believed you?'