Self-appointed fashion expert April, and her mate Beth, are not happy. It’s their lesson in the DT workshop and Beth is barred from using the circular saw. Meanwhile, April has a problem with a novelty tie…
Sleeve notes: This piece of music was inspired by the work of composer Hans Zimmer on the films series Pirates of the Caribbean. I have extensively used triplet rhythms, and attempted to fuse traditional classical instruments with more contemporary ones, such as the electric guitar and drum kit.
Ever wondered what your pets really think about you? Or what the birds actually say to one another? Suburban Tales looks at life from the perspective of the wildlife that inhabits our towns and cities. Sometimes they see things very differently. And sometimes they don’t see what stares them in in the face…
The ducks in the park love the old lady that feeds them – and she comes every day.
Sleeve notes: This piece of music was inspired by the work of composer James Horner, and his score for Braveheart. I have tried to use similar instrumentation to his, such as the use of alto flute to achieve a deeper and softer tone.
Two new plays featuring the voices of doubt and the voices of reason. But which will win out?
AECOND by Joel Oliveira (Platanos College) – The Future. Deacon has been locked up for months, receiving experimental treatment in an attempt to cure his bi-polar disorder.
PART ONE: 2035. Kyla has come to administer another injection but Aecond, the demon voice inside Deacon’s head, convinces him that Kyla is the enemy…
PART TWO: Three years earlier. Kyla, and her colleague Astor, have invented a device that can destroy the unhealthy part of a “mentally ill” person’s mind. Deacon is chosen to be their first subject…
PART THREE: 2035. The treatment is not working and Kyla wants to set Deacon free, but Aecond – the unhealthy part of Deacon’s mind – has other ideas…
THIN ICE by Emelia Bature (Sacred Heart Catholic School)– Martin, literally, bumps into his ex-girlfriend Tiffany at an ice rink – and she has some news that may just break his heart.
Teri Ann Bobb Baxter
Future Voices was co-ordinated by David Workman (Youth & Community Director at the Southwark Playhouse). The project was generously supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, The Peter Cruddas Foundation and the Ashley Family Foundation.
Self appointed fashion expert April, and her mate Beth, are not happy. Scouring her English book for words that look like they sound, Beth can’t find the onomatopoeia. Meanwhile, April has a problem with a dress that looks like a garden centre…