Director’s Note: Touch by Suffragette Theatre Company

“There is a horrendous strip tease, excessive celery chewing, a dinosaur impression, an impassioned rendition of ‘we’re going on a bear hunt’, an elusive mouse and an MDMA induced dance party.” Eliana Franks chats about her time directing Touch, performing next week in The Assembly Rooms Theatre.

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Review: Low Level Panic

“Low Level Panic is a play that interrogates a specific kind of privileged, white feminism with humour and tenderness. Directors Honor Douglas and Zara Ewen (and assistant directors Katie Proctor and Molly Knox) effortlessly capture the essence of this play with a mix of bold directorial choices and perfect casting.” Lola Stakenburg reviews Sightlines’ production of Low Level Panic.

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Director’s Note: Low Level Panic

“Our vision aimed to encapsulate the relationships between the women, and the 80s set and to focus on the humour in the light moments of this amazing play which covers so many dark themes in a short hour.” Honor Douglas and Zara Ewens discuss the themes of Sightlines’ upcoming production of ‘Low Level Panic’.

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Review: DDF – Hotel Charmon by Millie Glenister

“With a deeply original script and stellar cast, Hotel Charmon is a must see this Durham Drama Festival.” Honor Douglas has a lot of fun with Foot of the Hill’s ‘Hotel Charmon’ for DDF 2022.

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Director’s Note: Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons

“The chemistry between Eliana Franks and Kit Redding as they play Bernadette and Oliver is indescribable, and the audience is immediately drawn into their little world and become invested in whether they will work together through this life-changing new law.” Honor Douglas gives her director’s note on Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons by Sam Steiner.

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