7.30pm in the theatre at the Old Fire Station
An exciting programme of three new works-in-progress by Oxfordshire based theatre makers are going to be performed at the next Scratch Night.
Wolf Tamer, by Rachel Mae Brady
Every day Rachel’s uncle tells her stories about his adventures. Sometimes the stories are frightening. As Rachel grows up she realises her hero is battling demons she could never have imagined, causing her to examine her own relationship with fear.
The Immigrant, by Chris Michael
In 1917 Charlie Chaplin released a short called The Immigrant about people looking to start a new life in America. Its sweet, simple storyline is in stark contrast to the plight of those trying to enter America today.
Chris’ piece, will lovingly recreate Chaplin’s original work and add new content to create a piece that is funny, heartwarming and truthful.
Confessions of a Sex Addict, by Jeremy Allen
A one-man show chronicling the life of Frank, a sex addict and his descent into a world of compulsive behaviour. Darkly comic in tone, but also I am keen to illustrate that sex addiction is no laughing matter and is a serious, debilitating illness. I would like comments on the general format and the possible inclusion of music and slideshow.
Plus a chance to join up as member of the Oxfordshire Theatre Makers Network
If your membership application to OTM has been approved, you will be able to pay your £12 annual fee in cash during the interval of the Scratch Night. To apply for full membership of OTM, please fill in the form available on our website: www.oxfordshiretheatremakers.com/membership. You must fill in a form beforehand – you won’t be able to apply on the night!