SLT Write Club Presents (2007)

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Poster by Mark Davies

Performances: Wed 19th – Sat 22nd September 2007, Prompt Corner

The Festival of New Writing features 2 new pieces, written by SLT members.

Nothing Was Stirring

By Stuart Draper

Directed by Mark Bullock


"That's when I started playing Tetris. I liked the way everything slotted together. It all made sense. It all fitted. It all fitted together in exactly the same way I don't."

Trapped in a loveless marriage, Jane contemplates her life - and a bombshell that forces her to make a decision she will never get the chance to regret.


Girl Friday

By Jem Solak

Directed by Paula Kelly


Alex is looking for the perfect woman – and maybe he’s found her. The only problem is he doesn’t know her name, where to find her, or where she may turn up next. What he does know is that she keeps popping up in his life Friday after Friday without his ever getting the chance to meet her. With the advice of a spectacularly unhelpful best friend, Alex tries to unravel the meaning of Girl Friday while contending with an opinionated coffee-house waitress and a sister with romantic surprises of her own. This is a light-hearted look at infatuation and love, expectations and disappointments.


Crew for both shows


Some review quotes go here


Production photos by Mark Davies

Reminiscences and Anecdotes

Members are encouraged to write about their experiences of working on or seeing this production. Please leave your name. Anonymous entries may be deleted.

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