Slippers, a Silver Pine short, underwent the Manchester ADP treatment last night. A script-in-hand reading followed by audience discussion and feedback. It’s always a great night – four new short plays performed and directed by local talent in the very congenial surroundings of the King’s Arms in Salford. What’s not to love?
It’s a great way to try out new things and see whether or not they work. The feedback for Slippers was positive and constructive. A very useful experience before we use it in our next full production.
For this production, it was directed by Abey Bradbury. Lydia was played by Deborah Sekibo and Mum by Anne Baron.
(Colour photography courtesy of Mark Russell, with thanks. x)