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Recent work and forthcoming performances

Recent installation at Salisbury Cathedral, performances of new and touring work

Black Curtain: a Public Sharing of a New Work by a Disgraced Writer via an Actor Trapped in the Theatre
Final previews

Following successful first performances in late October / early November, two further performances will be given of Neil Noon's play for one actor, performed by George Dillon with directorial support from Mark C. Hewitt. One Brighton performance at The Marlborough Theatre for a general audience followed by an invitation-only 'industry sharing' at Soho Theatre in London. Anyone interested in going to the London showing should get in touch directly.

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Thursday 14 October, 7.30pm: The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton
Tickets: £9.50 / £7.50 concessions
Box Office: 01273 273870
Details here »

Friday 15 October, 2.00pm: Soho Theatre, London
By invitation only

Directing (live literature)
Roll Over Atlantic ☆☆☆☆
by John Agard

Caribbean-British poet John Agard's one man show, directed by Mark C. Hewitt for intercultural performing arts company Crosspath, continues its tour with two dates at Bloomsbury Theatre hosted by diverse spoken word promoter, Tilt. The production revisits Christopher Columbus and his infamous discovery of the New World in a mischievous voyage in verse (with songs) that mixes the tides of cabaret and calypso.

Read the 4 Star review from London's Southbank Centre »

R&D with John Agard & Tom Arnold
John Agard with musician Thomas Arnold during the making of the production.


Monday 18 & Tuesday 19 December, 7.30pm: Studio, BloomsburyTheatre
Tickets: £10.00 / £7.00 concessions
Box Office: 020 3108 1000
Details here »

LLL Productions
Body of Writing
Installation (text and photography)

Body of Writing was a recent installation developed for the cloisters of Salisbury Cathedral which featured the writings of prisoners from HMP Erlestoke in Wiltshire. The project was developed in partnership with Salisbury Cathedral's Learning & Outreach Team, with the texts developed at creative writing workshops led by David Kendall and Mark C. Hewitt. The aim was to focus on creating short, punchy texts that could sit alongside images of prisoners' tattoos by Lewes photographer Willie Robb. The two panelled towers created for the installation were designed and constructed for LLL by exhibition company, Standard 8.

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