stf Theatre | Grief, Loneliness and Togetherness by Chris Donnelly
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Grief, Loneliness and Togetherness by Chris Donnelly

EPISODE THREE: Grief, Loneliness and Togetherness - A brief reflection on, and an exploration of, the themes of Grief, Loneliness and Togetherness in our lives in lockdown and in Shakespeare’s life and writing.

With readings from, Rosie Armstrong, Alan Coveney, Corey Montague-Sholay, Zachary Powell and Saskia Portway.
Interview with Dave Barker and Helen Hawthorne – Arts Psychotherapist.

Readings in order of appearance:
Rosie Armstrong reads Constance from King John Act3 Sc 4; Alan Coveney reads King Lear Act 5 Sc 3;  Corey Montague-Sholay reads Hamlet Act 3 sc 1; Zachary Powell reads Leontes and Saskia Portway reads Paulina The Winter's Tale Act V Sc 1.

Feste’s Dirge (‘The rain it raineth every day’) - from Twelfth Night, music by Chris Warner, performed by Luke Tuchsherer
Sigh No More - from Much Ado About Nothing, music by Chris Warner, performed by Luke Tuchsherer

Chris Donnelly, Associate Artist and Workshop Director works with stf to offer online workshops to school, college and university students . Chris is a professional trained actor who has led hundreds of workshops for stf since 2000, benefitting thousands of young people and adults. He has performed in many productions for stf, most recently as Pistol in Henry V directed by Elizabeth Freestone.

Chris Warner is a composer, sound designer and producer working across a range of media, from theatre and the concert stage, to television and film. Recent theatre work includes Much Ado About Nothing (2019) for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, projects at the RSC and the Lyric Belfast, and film work includes the soon to be released feature, The Mauritanian (BBC Films)