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“Lent Inspector” & “Life After Birth” both hot off the edit! – click here
“Sound Bites” in the USA in June – click here
“Entertaining Angels” opens in Basel, Switzerland! – click here
‘And here’s a quick look at how we did it!’
Taking Sound Bites to the USA in June!
‘I’ll be at the RZIM Summer Institute for the Arts, Atlanta from 14th – 19th June (Link: http://rzimsi.org) – then Richmond, Virginia for 3 days of workshops and performances with artist Mark Sprinkle (Link: marksprinkle.com), then Springfield, Missouri with my family for the 4th July!
A collection of power-packed 5 minute mini plays published by Monarch and available now – including Mission Accomplished, the sketch that made the the Royal pew rock on Christmas morning!
And here’s another sample!
The Priest, the Guard and the Empty Tomb:
“Richard Everett’s sketches are like a big floppy hat. Funny, strangely stylish and very easy to put on.”
Milton Jones, comedian (TV’s ‘Mock The Week’)
“Poignant and funny … I am sure Sound Bites will reach and touch a wide audience of readers, performers and audiences alike.”
Dr. Rowan Williams (Former Archbishop of Canterbury)
Below is an extract from an interview with Richard about the book. To view the full version, click here.
“I’ve poured two hundred thousand cups of tea, made four thousand six hundred medium-sized quiches and personally baked two tons of light crust pastry. And for what?”
This off beat comedy set in a clergy household opened at the Chichester Festival Theatre in 2006 starring Penelope Keith. It played to a record-breaking 26,000 people in 3 weeks.
Entertaining Angels celebrates its 50th production!
Following a sell-out UK tour playing to over 100,000 people and grossing over £2 million, Entertaining Angels has now proved a big hit with amateur companies with over 50 productions as far afield as Israel, South Africa and New Zealand – and now Switzerland, at the English speaking theatre in Basel from 5th – 27th June (link: http://www.semi-circle.ch).
“Richard Everett has written a warm, glowing, serious comedy, like an Ayckbourn play finished by JM Barrie.”
The Sunday Times
“A sure fire hit.”
London Evening Standard
“Funny, touching, genuinely thought-provoking.”
The Daily Telegraph
Published by Oberon Books and available at amazon.co.uk.