We're absolutely delighted to announce
that we raised a grand total of...
This is a truly amazing amount!
Thank you to everyone who took part in
such an amazing show and to everyone
who attended and donated
... every single one of you has made this
We feel honoured to have staged this show for Joey’s Fund and the Grace
Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust 💙🌻
We'll be sharing photos of the show very very soon. In the meantime, please keep in touch with us and leave your thoughts and comments about us and the show on our comments page....we'd love to hear from you!
Thank you everyone for your support!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️
THAT'S A WRAP!
We had two sold out performances over the two nights and it was absolutely fantastic! We're so proud to have worked with so many wonderful playwrights, directors, actors and crew. We had lots of positive feedback from the audience and had a fabulous weekend! Thank you to everyone involved for their hard work and dedication and to everyone who attended. Every penny counts towards Joey’s Fund. We'll be announcing soon how much exactly we raised from the event. Thank you to everyone!!!!!!
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our Sat 2nd March show is now SOLD OUT!! Thank you to EVERYONE who has bought tickets!!
But fear not! For we still have tickets available for Sunday 3rd March, so please come along and let's continue to raise as much as we can for Joey’s Fund
Tickets for Sunday 3rd March on sale on our TICKETS page!
We are known overseas!
SIHFP and Joey's Fund are now known in Gibraltar, which is home to playwright Julian Felice! His play "Happy Birthday" will be performed by us. We were mentioned on a news site "Your Gibraltar TV" (link here) and in the Gibraltar Chronicle (article below). Thank you for sharing, Julian!
Meet Our Directors!
We're absolutely delighted to finally announce our directors!! Below is the list, along with the plays they will be directing. Congratulations to you all and thank you for joining us on our adventure!
- Gwenan Bain: "Post, Tweet, Like, Repeat" by Laura Shoebottom
- Karen Sheard: "Let Us Make The Flames of the Revolution Rage Furiously" by Tom Pauk
- Liam Ashmead: "A Grotty Toilet" by Will Adolphy
- Jane Quill: "One Last Job" by Lloyd Evans
- Zoe Morris: "My Home, My Castle" by John Hill
- Darrel Draper & Andrew Alton-Read: "Lord and Master" by Pete Barrett
- Natalya Micic: "Chekhovian" by David Hendon
- Fetin Sardaneh: “Blind Date" by Tony Deegan
- Ian Turton: "Good Morning, Mr Kenley" by Steven Lancefield
- Sybilla Archdale-Kalid: "A Thorn" by Jim Lucason
- Diana Vucane: "Scab" by Luke Stapleton
- Ian Turton: "What's A Little Axe Between Friends?" by Joe Starzyk
- Karen Loewy: "Happy Birthday" by Julian Felice
- Olivia Munk: “Egg In Spoon“ by Rachael Carnes
- TBC: "Old Aquatics" by Steven Korbar
- Will Maynard: "Sour Grapes" by David K Barnes
Where our proceeds are going
Saw It Here First Productions are extremely proud to announce the special fund where the money from ticket sales (after production costs) for our Scratch Night weekend will be going to.
On the 2nd September 2018, a beautiful little 10 month old boy from Newcastle called Joseph McHarrie Quilliam passed away from a rare form of cancer: an extra-renal (meaning outside of the kidneys) rhabdoid tumour.
We would like to contribute to "Joey's Fund" set up by his parents via the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust to help other children with the same and similar conditions.
We're really looking forward to carrying out this project and to raise as much money as possible for this fantastic fund!
We are thrilled to announce that we will be performing on
Saturday 2nd and
Sunday 3rd March 2019
Theatro Technis Theatre,
A 120 seater theatre based in Central London!!
(Tickets will be on sale nearer the time)
THE FINAL SCRIPTS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN!
All 176 scripts have now been read and we have chosen the line up for both scratch nights taking place next year (one at Theatro Technis and the other is TBC) Many many thanks and congratulations to EVERYONE who submitted! The final line up is......
Sat 2nd March
Sun 3rd March
- "Good Morning Mr Kenley" by Steven Lancefield
- "A Grotty Toilet" by Will Adolphy
- "Post, Tweet, Like, Repeat" by Laura Shoebottom
- "One Last Job" by Lloyd Evans
- "Scab" by Luke Stapleton
- "Old Aquatics" by Steven Korbar
- "My Home My Castle" by John Hill
- "Let Us Make The Flames of the Revolution Rage Furiously" by Tom Pauk
- "Egg In Spoon" by Rachael Carnes
- "Lord and Master" by Pete Barrett
- "Chekhovian" by David Hendon
- "Blind Date" by Tony Deegan
- "A Thorn" by Jim Lucason
- "Sour Grapes" by David K. Barnes
- "Happy Birthday" by Julian Felice
- "What's A Little Axe Between Friends?"
by Joe Starzyk