Organised Chaos Productions Newsletter
Happy Holidays
Happy Holidays everyone - hope you enjoy the festive season.
We're looking forward to a well earned break then announcing news of our two fantastic shows in the new year and bringing you more Chaotic Combinations.
Upcoming productions
We are pleased to announce another amazing response to our scipt call this year. 
The two selected from these fantastic scripts are:
After Words by Michael Hart
Bottled Waps by Paul Buie
Watch this space for more information on when and where the shows will be being produced next year.
Chaotic Christmas
This was the grand finale of our Chaotic Combinations events. Four short scripts were performed:
The Road To Chelsea - written by Cath Bore performed by Mary O'Neil
Home For Christmas - written by Laila Murphy performed by Becky Harrison and James Dunn
Santas Little Helper - written by Michael Rumney performed by Sarah Emmott and Stephanie Butler
Oh Mary, Mary - written by Jeff Caffrey performed by Samantha Edwards
The audience voted and the winning piece was Oh Mary, Mary and the runner up was Santas Little Helper.
The winners got tickets to each of our productions next year and a bar tab with thanks to the Black Lion.
The evening was compered by the fantastic Colin Manford with Albert Thompson providing the music.
It was a fantastic evening and a great way to celebrate Christmas.
Audience comments: "Great night. More events like this should happen", "Great fun - lovely night", "Engaging performnace space. Good disply of a variety of talents. Very enjoyable", "Really enjoyable evening. Thank you!", "Those that came saw a treat of brilliant performances", "Great pre Christmas treat", "Absolutely fantastic"
A Light In Every Window & Hope In Boxes
Straight from their 'Best Show' success at the Not Part Of Festival, Elysion Productios present a double bill of premieres from the award winning playwright Nicola Schofield - writer of Peacefully At Home.
Hope in Boxes sees two Grandchildren sorting throught their Nan's letters and photos. As scenes bring Nan's experiencs of the Second World War to life, the contrasts of social pressures across generations become blurred and issues of hidden sexuality are revealed. The more things change....
A Light in Every Window changes the mood and catapults the audience into a fast contemporary drama of parties, love, marriage, infidelity, shocking consequeances, and ultimately the subtlety of sweet revenge.
Directed by our very own Gayle Hare, these plays promise an evening to remember.
Coming to:
The Lowry - 12/13 January (
The Lantern Theatre (Liverpool) - 3 February (
Pavilion Arts Centre (Buxton) - 10/11 February (
Square Chapel (Halifax) - 16 February (
Organised Chaos on the net
We have set up a page on facebook so that we can keep you all better informed about all things Organised Chaos.
We also have a blog - come and follow us at
With this we are hoping to bring our audiences an insight to what we get up to behind the scenes and to the teams of people we work with.
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