WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The best time of our lives? Or not? Eight playwrights tackle the theme of education. Joe's Birthday by Adam Barnard (directed by Eva Sampson), Trigger Happy by Melanie Barnes (directed by Madelaine Moore). Target Practice by Adam Elms (directed by Lauren McGee). Always by Sarah Hehir (directed by Suzette Coon). A Better Pronoun (written & directed by Lydia Parker). It's All About the Holidays by Micah Smith (directed by Kathleen Douglas). EWOK by Andrew Turner (directed by Saul Reid). Little Pieces of Gold is a new writing company that was established in 2010 and since then have produced the work of over one hundred playwrights at leading London venues. Showcases garner much industry interest, introduce writers to literary agents, facilitate long term creative collaborations and provide a platform for new voices, theatre makers and performers.