Marital problems, Brexit and insect extermination – rich content for children’s theatre

As New Perspective's production of the world famous picture book, The Giant Jam Sandwich makes its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next week, the company's Artistic Director, Jack McNamara - who adapted the book for stage - says that the key to successful children's theatre is making the content as rich and complex as that... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael Pinchbeck – EP’s “A Fortunate Man” Project

Theatre maker Michael Pinchbeck  talks about his involvement with the 2017 Emerging Perspectives' artist development project inspired by John Berger's masterpiece A Fortunate Man 1. John Berger's 1967 book, A Fortunate Man is often described as a masterpiece of social observation. How did this project come about? New Perspectives' Artistic Director, Jack McNamara thought there... Continue Reading →

In the Shadow of Orgreave by Martin Miller

And so it's all over bar the shouting. After 4 weeks of intensive work on John Harvey's excellent stage adaptation of his final Charlie Resnick novel, Darkness, Darkness, we now leave the relative safety of the New Perspectives rehearsal room in Basford and move into the Nottingham Playhouse from next week to start the technical and dress rehearsals for... Continue Reading →

THEATRE IS…

Over May and June Nottingham city was even more alive than usual with arts and theatre, as it hosted both NEAT'16 and FONT Festival. We thought there was no better time than now to release issue #2 of New Perspectives NPZine! With a theme of 'Theatre Is...', we got in touch with as many East Midlands... Continue Reading →

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