YP & Childrens Plays

YOUTH THEATRE

  ‘Slavers’

Hull Truck Youth Theatre 2007

Written by Rupert Creed

Directed by Karen Dainty

Design by Graham Kirk

A group of young people are forced to re-enact the slave trade in a parallel world in the present called ‘Slaveworld’. Who become traders & who become slaves?

“Dazzles both in its inventiveness and the assurance of its young cast… a powerful moral tale.. a powerful thought-provoking piece of theatre” (Hull Daily Mail)

“A landmark production for the youth theatre” (Northern Exposure)

 The playscript was developed through workshops with students at Archbishop Sentamu Academy in Hull prior to being performed by Hull Truck’s Youth Theatre members. The production in an abridged form became the first play ever to be performed in the House of Commons in October 2007, as part of the Wilberforce Bi-Centennial Events

 

CHILDRENS THEATRE

  

 ‘The Black & White Rainbow’ 

Written by Rupert Creed & Averil Coult

Directed by Rupert Creed

Design by Dave Whatt

Remould Theatre Company

 Humberside Theatre 1981. National tour 1983

“A beautiful production with a down to earth sense of fun and panto” (Yorkshire Post)

 

 

   ‘Eric of the Round Table’

Written by Rupert Creed & Averil Coult

Directed by Rupert Creed

Design by Dave Whatt

Remould Theatre Company

Edinburgh Festival & national tours 1983 & ’84

“Rattling fun..an evening of boisterous entertainment ” (The Northern Echo)

“Brilliant” (The Scotsman)

 

 

   

‘The Time Travellers of Transylvania’

Written by Rupert Creed, Averil Coult & Andy Andrews

Directed by Rupert Creed

Design by Dave Whatt

Remould Theatre Company

National Tour 1985, ’86

 

“Pantomime for todays street-wise kids” (Humberside Weekly News)

 

‘The Battle for Bucket Manor’

Written by Rupert Creed & Averil Coult. Remould Theatre Company. National Tour 1986-7. Forest Forge Theatre Company production & tour  1992

“Visually exciting, full bloodied and contemporary” (Wiltshire Times)

 ‘The Pirates of Atlantis’

Written by Rupert Creed & Averil Coult. Remould Theatre Company. National tours 1984 & ’87

“A swashbuckling fun packed piece of pantomime” (Hull Daily Mail)

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