Monsters Ish (2009)

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Poster by Simon Holland

Performances: Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th June 2009, Prompt Corner, 7.30pm

Monsters Ish, an "evening of monstrous fun", featured three productions from the junior and intermediate groups of South London Youth Theatre.

Josie and the Asdanauts

by Simon Holland

Directed by Abi Topley and Simon Holland

Performances: 17th, 18th & 20th June 2009


After returning from freeing the people of Argos, Josie is faced with her greatest challenge yet. Join her as she leads her Asdanauts across perilous seas to distant shores. Can she curry the favour of the gods and return to her home land with the fabled Pipes of Peace?


Members of the Junior group

Orphanage – The Story of the Transferable Voice

Written and directed by Peter Stevens and Hal Chambers

Performances: 18th, 19th and 20th June 2009


Helen wakes up one morning to find she has lost her voice. A visit to her Gran leads her on an adventure into a world where dreams and reality are difficult to tell apart and a voice is more valuable than she could ever have imagined.


Members of the Intermediate group

The Jabberwocky

by Tony Best

Directed by Stuart Draper and Ruth Huggett

Performances: 17th, 19th and 20th June 2009


In a village near the Tulgy Woods, the Mayor is having problems. After all, it’s pretty tricky to have a quiet life when your neighbours are rather fond of eating people. The Jabberwocky is getting hungry and the Mayor is in search of a hero or, failing that, a young maiden will do.


Members of the Intermediate group

Crew (for all 3 shows)


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