The Tour Continues (Yossi Goodlink)

Yossi Goodlink as Bill in Lord of the Flies

Yossi Goodlink as Bill in Lord of the Flies

My name is Yossi Goodlink and I play Bill in Lord of the Flies. I’m currently on my week off which, so far, has been spent purely sleeping and recovering. Our production is so physically demanding that the majority of us are constantly battling minor injuries, even now, a quarter of the way through the tour. It really does feel like I’m living two lives at the moment

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Edinburgh and playing Piggy (Anthony Roberts)

LORD OF THE FLIES by Golding, , Author - William Golding, Director - Timothy Sheader, Co-Director - Liam Steel, Designer - Jon Bausor, New Victoria Theatre, Woking, UK, Credit: Johan Persson - www.perssonphotography.com /

Anthony Roberts as Piggy in the UK Tour of Lord of the Flies

Hello theatre goers and Lord of the Flies enthusiasts alike. My name is Anthony Roberts and I’m currently playing Piggy on tour. This week’s stop is Edinburgh, arguably one of the most beautiful cities on the tour. So far it’s been a delight here. The air is fresher, the architecture is stunning and the people seem lovely.

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Preparing for the Tour (Freddie Watkins)

Yossi Goodlink and Freddie Watkins.

Yossi Goodlink and Freddie Watkins

There’s going to be a wonderful variety of places we’ll be taking the play; some places will be well versed in theatre, others less so. Both of these audiences have their own creative appeal. The show has got masses of action in it, so I can’t wait to see how everyone receives it. I’m excited for the matinee shows because they’re packed with school kids

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Tech Week and Opening Night (Luke Ward-Wilkinson)

Wardrobe, backstage at Lord of the Flies

Wardrobe, backstage at Lord of the Flies

Walking into the auditorium for our first tech rehearsal was slightly surreal. There were aspects of the set that seemed familiar, but everything just seemed bigger and more detailed. At first it was enjoyable and exciting to finally be in the space, and to see how massive the place is from the perspective of the stage, but as the night rolled in, and the hours ticked by, the work became harder. There was no fluidity in the work we were doing; there was lots of stopping and starting. At one point I was

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