Monthly Archives: January 2011
- A watertight set
- Music, played on a double bass
- Memories of playing in the bath when we were children
- (and of puddles, hose pipes, water pistols, stepping stones, rainstorms)
- (memories of puddles, hose pipes, water pistols, stepping stones, rainstorms and bath-time from when we were adults)
- Two lovely performers, willing to get soaking wet
- A marvellous stage management team
- Lots of blue silk, to make walls, to keep the water in
- 6 yellow wellies
Haven’t heard of this TV show before? Well it’s pretty new… Check it out and then get your vote in at youngvic.org/poll
This episode was produced by Pete Bishop, whose almighty works include animations for Channel [V] (Car Horn Orchestra, Bromwell High), MTV, Disney, Nickelodeon, Discovery Channel (How to Destroy the World, selected for over 20 festivals and won tons of awards), Greenpeace (the hauntingly beautiful Ocean Wonderland), Babelgum (Oil Story), the National Theatre (England People Very Nice) and the list goes on! Check out his Vimeo site here.
Vernon God Little starts on 27 January and runs until 5 March. Get your tickets now!
Fact#8 of the great 40 facts:
There is a rumour that the old dressing rooms had no windows so Judi Dench and her fellow cast members painted one onto the walls.
And that rumour is true! Judi Dench has performed in two productions at the Young Vic. She played Lady Macbeth in Macbeth back in 1976 and Bessie Burgess in The Plough and the Stars in 1991.