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Monthly archives: August, 2015

Casting / Auditions Call

My Name is Tom is a new play by Enfield based playwright Alan Spence and his company Theatre is Real Life, which is being performed on January 13th – 16th January 2016 at The Dugdale Centre, Enfield.

The play explores the problem of e-safety and new media for young people and adults and is a typical boy meets girl story that goes horribly wrong. When Paris and Darnell are exposed, they aren’t the only ones.

The play has 13 characters played by 9 actors.

Auditions take place mid September in Enfield, North London.

You can see a complete list of Dates and Times on our Auditions Page.

Rehearsals will take place twice a week: on Monday and Wednesday evenings. During October, November and January.

BBC Get Creative Champion

Theatre is Real Life Productions is both proud and excited to receive Champion status in a year-long celebration of British arts, culture and creativity.

Get Creative aims to boost creativity in the UK, as well as celebrating the millions of people already doing something artistic and creative every day. The campaign was launched 19 February 2015, by BBC Arts in partnership with cultural movement What Next? and leading arts and cultural organisations across the country, including Culture at King’s, Voluntary Arts, 64 Million Artists, Fun Palaces, Cultural Learning Alliance and Arts Council England.

Theatre is Real Life is joining hundreds of organisations nationwide to become a Get Creative Champion.

Get Creative will also have its digital home on BBC Arts online and through the use of #bbcgetcreative on social media sites. Visit www.bbc.co.uk/getcreative for more details.