I’m delighted to report that Linda Morse’s short play, Connie, has been selected for performance as part of an evening of new writing organised by Crooked Pieces Theatre Company at The Drayton Theatre, Old Brompton Road, London at 7.30pm on Sunday 12th August. Tickets £7. Come and support a fellow writer if you dare on the closing night of the Olympics.
As some of you will remember, Connie received a rehearsed reading as part of the Rocket Project at Salisbury Arts Centre in 2011. On Sunday Connie, the character, will again be played by Jan Wyld who has performed many times with the Doo Dahs at Salisbury Arts Centre and Ashley Wood Festival. Linda, who is a member of She Writes and the Emerging Writers Group, is also developing a full length play, A Shared Breath, with Jan Wyld and Laura Jasper.
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