“’Only in a man’s imagination does every truth find an effective and undeniable existence. Imagination, not invention, is the supreme master of art as of life.”
Joseph Conrad (1857-1924), A Personal Record
INTERVIEWS & REPORTS
- Auditions, Money & Sweeping Generalisations – Emma King-Farlow is interviewed by Andrew Durning for That Mental Ginger Show
- Pretend Worlds Real People, Episode 41 – Emma King-Farlow is interviewed by Tyler Laracca
- Pretend Worlds Real People, Episode 25 – Amy Floyd is interviewed by Tyler Laracca
- ‘Arts Festival For Mental Health Awareness‘ an article on the UNBROKEN Festival for Essential Surrey, the Barnes Magazine and the Richmond Magazine – written by Jane McGowan
- UNBROKEN on the London Screenwriters’ Blog – written by Emma King-Farlow
- ‘Writing & Mental Health – What I Learned at #UnbrokenFest‘ – written by Alex Boast
– Artistic Director Emma King-Farlow, actor Fed Zanni (Robin Hood) and other members of the Robin Hood cast did an interview with Wandsworth Radio during the 2016 run.
The day after meeting Amanda Brettargh, director of the Barnes Children’s Literature Festival, to confirm their participation in the the 2019 festival (May 11th-12th 2019), Emma King-Farlow & Amy Floyd sat down to record a quick introduction to Fireside Folktales and their plans for the festival weekend.
All further episodes of the Fireside Folktales podcast – recorded during the first year of this ongoing creative project – can be found HERE.
We have been delighted to work with the National Trust at venues including Ham House & Morden Hall Park
We enjoyed taking all of our summer plays to the magnificent Strawberry Hill House and hope to return soon!
Click to visit the festival site – we were delighted to debut Fireside Folktales here on the 11th & 12th May 2019!
After previewing ‘A Christmas Carol’ here, we are excited to return to the Coach and Horses in both summer & winter 2020.
We were privileged to work with Combat Stress on ‘Dreams From The Pit’ which premiered at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue
The WWT London Wetland Centre played host to two of our bespoke productions: ‘St George’s Quest’ & ‘Robin Hood’ – their first ever open air show!