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  • Miss McSkimming – Photos
    A radio play recorded in front of a live audience (hilarious sound effects included). What at first seems like a trivial case soon reveals a plot that could shake the very foundations of the British Empire. With her faithful valet by her side, Miss McSkimming must deal with butlers, the police, mysterious men in the […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 60
    Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery by Richard Stratton A radio play recorded in front of a live audience (hilarious sound effects included). What at first seems like a trivial case soon reveals a plot that could shake the very foundations of the British Empire. With her faithful valet by her side, Miss McSkimming must […]
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  • Some Treachery – Interview with Cast & Creatives
    ‘Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery’ is coming up soon! A radio play recorded in front of a live audience (hilarious sound effects included). What at first seems like a trivial case soon reveals a plot that could shake the very foundations of the British Empire. With her faithful valet by her side, Miss McSkimming […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 59
    A retro film review of ‘The Magic Christian’ off of 1969, and an interview with the cast and creatives of upcoming radio play, ‘Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery’. Written by Richard Stratton, this piece of new writing will be performed as part of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe at the Putney Arts Theatre on Sat […]
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  • April 2017 Newsletter
      Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery A live radio play (hilarious sound effects included).   What at first seems like a trivial case soon reveals a plot that could shake the very foundations of the British Empire. With her faithful valet by her side, Miss McSkimming must deal with butlers, the police, mysterious men […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 58
    This week on the show Iasha is joined by Matt and Andy Crane. Matt reviews Hidden Figures and we chat briefly about Moonlight and the Oscars fiasco. We also listen to a piece of new writing written by Nicole Locke, called Moth Man. Andy is on the show to tell us about the next Blackshaw production […]
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  • Cailleach Óg – March 2017, The Pleasance Theatre
    CAILLEACH ÓG by Gerry Moynihan WORLD PREMIER: Industry Showcase Blackshaw’s Showcase Award Winner 2016 Performed Thursday 2nd March, 7.45pm, The Pleasance Theatre ‘CAILLEACH ÓG…? She arrived on the back of a pig. What else do ye need tae know?’ Husband and wife DÁITHÍ and MÁIRE UÍ DHOMHNAILL own a pub in Bally Briocht – frequented […]
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  • March 2017 newsletter – extended cut
    The Plot Thickens… Ever wondered where old Willy Shakespeare got his line, “All the world is a stage” from…? Read on for the answer! With Valentine’s Day AND Pancake Day now feeling like a distant memory, you would be forgiven for thinking that things were looking pretty bleak. Well think again. With a swathe of […]
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  • On this weeks show Matt is reviewing Fifty Shades Darker, the most anticipated review of 2017! We ‘re playing a piece of new writing written by Chris Buxey called The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell and talking about upcoming WAF shows and PunchDrunk.
  • CAILLEACH ÓG, JESUS, HOMER SIMPSON, ME & DUFF BEER…
    CAILLEACH ÓG, JESUS, HOMER SIMPSON, ME & DUFF BEER… by Gerry Moynihan. Sometimes you write something and when its finished, or more precisely when it finally reaches a level of acceptability, you are left wondering rather as one of the characters in CAILLEACH ÓG might put it, “Where in under Jesus did that come from?” […]
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  • Showcase Shortlist New Writing Night – January 2017
    We’re thrilled to announce that the winner of our 2017 Showcase Award is Nicole Locke, with ‘Moth Man’.   She had some seriously stiff competition, with 4 other fabulous shortlisted pieces performed on 30th January at the Hen & Chickens.   Made Glorious Summer by Lilly Garwood-Lloyd Directed by Alexander Pankhurst Tom – Stuart Vincent […]
  • 4 things to do on Valentine’s Day
    I am reliably informed that love is, once again, all around us. The signs are all there. Personal, handwritten love letters…crudely printed onto cards with a picture of a teddy bear or a heart (which doesn’t even look like an actual heart; anatomically not even close). Love is stupid, apparently.   We are presented with […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 56
    For the first show back into 2017 Iasha is joined by Matt and a very new voice to the show, Sinead Burniston, a fellow Holloway graduate and theatre lover. Matt reviews the Lego Batman film, we hark back to some old conversations from 2016 including a run down of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, […]
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  • Casting Open: CAILLEACH ÓG
    We’re looking for a stellar cast for this exciting new play, to be performed as a one night only, industry showcase on 2nd March at the Pleasance Theatre, Islington (London). Click here to apply! Deadline for applications: Thurs 9th Feb If you wish to take part please include your EMAIL ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER in […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 55
    This week, Matt joins Iasha to review Moana and speculate about what Arts Strat and Alex are going to be doing in the New Year. Matt tells us about Amadeus at The National and reveals his favourite show and film of 2016!      
  • Showcase Shortlist 2017
    **Announcement Klaxon**   The Showcase Shortlist 2017 pieces are…   Made Glorious Summer by Lilly Garwood-Lloyd The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell by Chris Buxey Heat is on by Stewart Schiller A Stone’s Throw by Annie Power Moth Man by Nicole Locke Come and watch them on 30th Jan, 7pm, at the Hen & Chickens – […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 54
    This week on the podcast, Iasha is joined by Matt, Ellie, Helen, Strat and Alex. Matt reviews Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (aka, that new Harry Potter film) and Start and Alex are doing an Art! This week they’re going to write sonnets, following the proper Shakespeare rules. We hear a peice of […]
  • Why enter our new writing competition?
    2016’s Showcase Award Winner, Gerry Moynihan, tells us why you should go ahead and enter this year’s new writing competition.  You too, could be having your work developed and produced at a London theatre!   Deadline: 30th December. Info on the scheme and how to submit, here.   “I submitted a short piece called “CAILLEACH […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 53
    This week on the show, Iasha is joined by Vikki and Matt, and Strat and Alex are back once again to tackle an art, this week we’re doing sculpture! Matt reviews Arrival and can hardly contain his excitement for what seems to be a high contender for one of Matt’s picks of the year. Vikki […]
  • Scare Slam 2016
    A night of chilling storytelling. A fabulously spooky evening at the Old Red Lion as part of the London Horror Festival. 17th October, 9.30pm.   Lucy’s Tea Party by Molly Beth Morossa Chug Life by Dave Bibby The Dewey Ones by Ben Whitehead The Flat Upstairs by Paul Joseph Skag n’ Bone Man by Stack […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 52
    This week on the show Iasha, Matt and Ellie are joined by Strat and Alex, doing their very first ‘Art’ on the new segment ‘Strat and Alex Do Art’. Matt reviews Dr. Strange and maintains his professionalism as he is drawn by our two ‘artists’.Ellie talks to us about something new coming to Cineworld in […]
  • Vacancy: External Communications Coordinator
    Can you make Twitter sing? Are you organised, enthusiastic, and looking to take ownership of a company Facebook account? We’re looking for someone to look after our social media here at Blackshaw, and make their mark online. Take a look at our work on our website and see if we might be the company for you. […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 51
    This week on the show we are playing you the entirety of Blackshaw’s recent Scare Slam! Recorded live at The Old Red Lion in Islington as part of the London Horror Festival, it’s a collection of scary stories from some of London’s best new writers. Be warned, things get very spo0o0o0oky!      
  • New Writing Night – September 2016
    Photos by Richard Stratton. Grim Reaper Written by Dean Bevan Directed by Marcus Bazley Grim Reaper – Thomas Witcomb Deaf Old Man – Tony Parkin Deaf Old Woman – Margaret Ashley   Eyes Written by Christopher O’Shaughnessy Directed by Alexander Pankhurst Actor – David Bibby   Callieach Óg Written by Gerry Moynihan Directed by Marcus Bazley […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 49
    This week on the podcast, Matt reviews Hunt for the Wilderpeople, starring Sam Neil and Julian Dennison. Our arts thing this week is The Emmy’s and we talk about the winners and the various performances that occurred this year. We hear from Richard Stratton at Blackshaws first ever Scare Slam, telling us about spooky things […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 48
    This week on the show, we delve back into a retro film review and talk about Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice. Matt wraps up his Edinburgh experience and Iasha went and saw The Book of Mormon this week. Blackshaw is involved in the Horror Festival this year and we’re doing a transfer of Black Shuck and also […]
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  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 47
    This week, Vikki, Iasha and Alex are joined by a guest and Blackshaw Arts Hour virgin, Dave Turnball. With Matt in Edinburgh and no one wanting to fill his review shoes, we hear a retro movie review of Labyrinth featuring the late great David Bowie. After talking Suicide Squad last show and becoming frustrated with […]
  • The Blackshaw Arts Hour – Episode 46
    This week Matt, Ellie and Iasha are bring you The Blackshaw Arts Hour. Matt reviews Suicide Squad, and it doesn’t live up to expectations. We hear fresh new poetry from our friend Owen Collins live from our new, New Writing night venue The Hen and Chickens in Islington. And then, back by popular demand, it’s […]

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