Leaving A Doll’s House Behind

It’s now a week since my directorial debut for Liverpool Network Theatre Group, Ibsen’s A Doll’s House (translated by Wilder) closed at the Hope Street Theatre in Liverpool.

Being so busy with this is also my excuse for neglecting my blog for a while, which was very rubbish of me, but my time just seemed to evaporate away!

But I’m back on it now so regular posting should now resume.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the cast and crew (again). I was so proud of them all for putting on an excellent show and working so hard.

I’d also like to thank everyone who wrote us such lovely reviews:

“… an honest, no holds barred take on reality that is refreshing in an Instagram and Facebook age of perpetual fun and beauty. Overall Rating: 9/10 – Outstanding” Writebase
“…ultimately something to be seen” Number 9
“…a thought-provoking and inspiring production” Grace Talks
“…solid, confident, developed performances… ★★★” North West End
“…high-energy intensity” La Vida Liverpool

After so many lovely comments, it definitely won’t be the last time I direct something on stage. But for now writing is my main focus, with several poems, a short story and script being sent out into the world.

Please let me know if you saw A Doll’s House and what you thought of it. If you’re interested in getting involved in drama and live in Merseyside, Liverpool Network Theatre Group do some fabulous workshops every Tuesday. You can find more details on their Facebook.

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