We’ve recently been rummaging through piles of old photos of Anthony Quayle, many of which have stirred up evocative stories of his secret special operations during the Second World War. Continue reading “Anthony Quayle’s secret wartime special operations serving with SOE in Albania”
With Christmas and the New Year holidays fast approaching it is a good time to reflect on the last 12 months for RABBIT & SNAIL and to look ahead to the coming year. It has been quite a time for us during 2016 with a new documentary film in production and a slate for 2017 that has several exciting projects already lined up.
Continue reading “What a year for RABBIT & SNAIL, now 2017 looks even more exciting”
It seemed like the ideal combination, a Noël Coward play, fresh from Broadway, the internationally acclaimed actress, Vivien Leigh and the equally acclaimed British stage actor, Anthony Quayle. But it was not to be.
Noël Coward’s stage farce, Look After Lulu! is based on the French comedy, Occupe-toi d’Amélie by Georges Feydeau. Set in Paris during 1908, the story centres around an attractive young prostitute whose lover takes the curious decision to entrust her to a friend, while he goes into the army. His so-called-friend, soon takes advantage of the situation and attempts to trick her into a mock wedding. Continue reading “Noël Coward’s Look After Lulu! ‘About as necessary as a Peach Melba at the North Pole’”
Roy Kinnear’s stage career took a significant step forward when he appeared in Joan Littlewoood’s acclaimed production of Sparrers Can’t Sing, written by Stephen Lewis.
The story features cockney sailor Charlie who comes home from a long voyage to find his house has been raised and his wife Maggie has gone missing. It turns out that she’s living with bus driver Bert and has a new baby, whose parentage is somewhat in doubt. Charlie’s friends won’t tell him where Maggie is because he’s well-known to have a foul temper. But he finally finds her and, after a fierce row with Bert, they’re reconciled. Continue reading “Sparrows Can’t Sing, first English language film to be released in US with subtitles”
Production work for STAGE DIRECTION is well underway and going from strength to strength, with just a few remaining contributions to record. Recently we were fortunate to be able to interview two amazing actors, both graduates from the National Youth Theatre, Lauren Lyle and Luke Pierre.
Continue reading “National Youth Theatre graduates share experiences for our new film, STAGE DIRECTION”