Pictures, Petals and Rain

A trilogy of one act plays exploring the themes of love, life and loss.

A Table Set For Two: A Play About Love

“You know my feelings and what I think. You know my answers before I speak”

In our lives, the mundane and the momentous go hand in hand. But what is it that stays with us? Which moments burn themselves into our memories, never to be forgotten?

How to Dance: A Play About Life

“She was my queen, the love of my life and my best friend…all at the same time.”

A young boy and girl, a man and his elder prepare for the most important nights of their lives.

Safe: A Play About Loss

“A house built out of bits of the whole world”

George and Rosemary return to their home after a devastating change, and are forced to take stock of what is important.

“A perfect balance of humour and poignancy”
What’s Peen Seen

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Performed at The Firestation Arts Centre, Windsor
15th June 2013

A Table Set for Two

Henry – Andrew Skipper
Emily – Isla Jeffery

Directed by Katie Overstall

How to Dance

The Girl – Tanya Reynolds
The Old Man – Adam Carver
The Young Man – Josh Brown
The Boy – Katie Overstall

Directed by Andrew Skipper


Rose – Katie Overstall
George – Andrew Skipper
Greg – Joe Feeney

Directed by Robbie Brown


Producer – Jodie Davis
Composer – Joe Newton
Costume – Jasmine Tucker
Choreography – Kathryn Morris
Set – Beasley Carpentry and Joinery
ASMs – Kathryn Morris, Lucy Brown

With special thanks to:
Dan Rebellato, The ESJ Band,
Benn Cody, Chloe Walton