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Read our reviews from Chippy And Scratch & Chippy & Scratch “Does The Diff”
Listen to our interview with BBC Radio Wales Arts Show
Matthew Holmquist and Becca Hammond chatting about Chippy & Scratch and the winning piece “Cardiff Boy” by Kevin Jones. Click here
Read our Artistic Directors “Top Tunes” with GETTHECHANCEWALES
And the winner of Chippy & Scratch 2017 was…
by Kevin Jones
Directed by Matthew Holmquist
Performed by Jack Hammett
CONGRATULATIONS… ON GOING BACK TO THE DIFF!
Also coming to Chippy & Scratch Does “The Diff” Chapter on the 18th July:
TINY MAD ANIMALS
by Neil Bebber
Directed by Jac Ifan Moore
Performed by Chris Hoskins, Tobias Weatherburn
by Ruth Majeed
Directed by Becca Louise Lidstone
Performed by Roanna Lewis, Mica Williams, Rebecca Ormrod
YOU GOTTA GO THERE TO COME BACK
Written & Directed by Poppy Corbett
Performed by Michelle Luther
A massive thank you to everyone involved in last night’s event: Chris Harris, Niamh Handley-Vaughan, Suzy Gill, Rob Peacock, Michelle Luther, Poppy Corbett, Emily Garside, Luke Hereford, Toby Vaughan, Delme Thomas, Melissa Bayern, Jacob Hodgkinson, Michael Gilhooly, Charlotte Griffiths, Andrew David, John McLear, Kevin Jones, Matthew Holmquist, Jack Hammett, Neil Bebber, Jac Ifan Moore, Tobias Weatherburn, Chris Hoskins, Ruth Majeed, Becca Lidstone, Roanna Lewis, Rebecca Ormrod, Mica Williams
We couldn’t have done it without you. We look forward to Cardiff and coming back to The London Welsh Centre again next year. Diolch yn fawr! CLP 🙂
We’re coming back to “The Diff”!
Chippy & Scratch “Does The Diff”
Tuesday 18th July 2017
A feast of Welsh writing and Welsh stories.
Following on from the wildly successful Chippy & Scratch Night in June at The London Welsh Centre, Chippy Lane brings four pieces of Welsh Theatre in progress. As voted by the London Welsh audience, let’s gather together for an evening of entertainment that promises laughter, tears and inspiration.
Running time: approx. 2 hours
We are pleased to announce our official selection of playwrights / Directors for Chippy & Scratch 2017…
Jac Ifan Moore
Christopher H. Thorpe
We were overwhelmed by the amount of submissions. A special thank you to those that took the time to submit and to Luke Hereford for being our official reader. It’s going to be another cracking night at The London Welsh Centre!
Finally, we can announce our next project!
Created by Rebecca Jade Hammond
Written by Rhys Warrington
A new play premiering across England and Wales in 2018
It’s been an exciting and challenging seven months developing this project and we’ve still got a long way to go.
A bunch of generous souls have helped us get to this point in various guises. From advice to tea and chats to notes and reading the script so beautifully for us. A special thank you to Chelsey Gillard (our Director, you legend), Lisa Zahra, Rhys Isaac-Jones, Sophie Melville, Sion Alun Davies and The London Welsh Centre. We couldn’t have got to this point without your support. To the next phase!
Watch this space…
Rhys’ past work for CLP includes Love Steals Us From Loneliness in both London and Cardiff, Chippy & Scratch Night 2016 and our next exciting project a new play currently in development for 2018.
“Chippy Lane is all about championing Welsh work beyond Wales and encouraging an artistic community. For these reasons I am delighted to become a Creative Associate and continue my professional relationship with this fantastic company.” – Rhys Warrington
“His involvement over CLP’s first year and dedication to us has been invaluable. Rhys is the perfect fit for our company as we continue to evolve and nurture Welsh creatives in and beyond Wales.” – Becca Hammond AD
BBC Radio Wales Arts Show
Listen to our Artistic Director Becca Hammond in conversation with Nicola Heywood-Thomas, Sherman Theatre, Gary Owen and Taking Flight Theatre Company talking about the importance of New writing in Theatre.
Love Steals Us From Loneliness and bringing Welsh Theatre to audiences beyond Wales.
What’s On Stage
… I see these women as having paved the way for future artistic posts
belonging to women. For them to become a greater part of the fabric of theatrical culture in this country.
“There is a real excitement for Theatre that is new, diverse and vibrant…”
Arts Scene in Wales
“Regional work is important. Audiences want to hear stories from everywhere…”
“It’s not the National Theatre of London, it’s the National Theatre of Great Britain. People wanna hear about it, they wanna hear voices that are different to them.“
“I have put my experiences to good use and have created a company with a focus on what I feel most passionate about: Welsh Theatre”
…Vivid and truthful
A smart interlacing of memories and emotional revelations
A Younger Theatre
Painful & familiar, so much so that many of the audience left in tears
Pearce doesn’t put a foot wrong in bringing Owen’s masterpiece to life
West End Wilma★★★★
The talented Welsh cast bring the characters to life…
Moving performances rooted in reality
Owen’s star has continued to rise. With a bit of luck Chippy Lane will prosper too,
if they can continue to stage sharp, clear, well-cast productions like this…