That's right, our brand new event is finally here and promises a truly fantastic evening of entertainment of all sorts! We have live music from Abi Bowden and Libby Trappe, plus DJs La Flama Blanca, Timed and Native will be bringing the house down with great music until the early morning hours. PLUS we'll be performing a brand new Encompass piece!
'Bank-Monument Complex' - a new darkly comic short play about assault, illness and hash browns. A conversation with a stranger forces David Hughes to realise some uneasy truths.' The piece will be performed by Alex Burnett, Helena Gullan and Frederick Clayton with direction from Jonathan Woodhouse and Owen Collins, who has also written the piece.
So what's the theme? That thing we all love...desserts! If you're coming along and would like to submit your dessert for our competition then you still have time! Simply email Sophie (Head of Events) at email@example.com with what dessert you'll be bringing along and that's it! Of course, you'll have to actually make it to be eligible to win a prize...
We hope to see you there!
ENCOMPASS PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS - BIG PUDDING PARTY - SATURDAY 14TH APRIL
DOORS 8PM - £3 ENTRY
72 Stamford Hill
(2 mins from Stoke Newington Rail Station)
Tel: 07432 255 357
Map link here.
STORMIN' NORMAN WRAPS FILMING - CATCH UP ON OUR PROGRESS!
Encompass' first production on film recently wrapped and is now in post-production! Stormin' Norman is a short dramatic comedy film written and directed by Paul G Raymond, an associate artist of Encompass who was last seen playing 'Lester' in our hit theatrical production 'What It Feels Like'.
Stormin’ Norman follows Norman (Christopher O'Shaughnessy), a homeless man living in London. We journey with Norman through the ups and downs of his everyday life until he meets Sarah (Eva Lea), a young woman who dares to break the routine. Written and directed by Paul G Raymond, it is a comedy drama centred on an unlikely friendship between a grieving man and an aspiring musician.
If you missed our live twitter feed from the shoot or haven't read the Stormin' Norman blog yet, then now is the time to catch up! The blog has an archive of all five days of shooting, each one written by a different member of the Stormin' Norman team. These blog entries provide an insight to the short filmaking process and feature exclusive behind-the-scenes images and stills from the film.You'll also be hearing updates all about the different stages of post-production as we ready the film for completion and try to distribute it to just about everywhere we can get it.
Stormin' Norman is looking for an editor and a colourist - if you're interested in being part of the team or know anyone that would be please email:
That's all for now - but check back soon for more news!