At the Pleasance Theatre London, Deckchair produced a festival of 14 new plays over 2 nights, each with professional individual companies and directors.
The festival also included Harry’s play, ‘The Prodigal End’, which was directed by Guy Morgan and work shopped by Indu Rabasingham.
'The Prodigal End' REVIEW
"This is admirably ambitious and had great impact in performance - I found myself unexpectedly moved at the end as the personal and global apocalypses coincide. There are many strong stage images, and I particularly liked the character of Peter and found his affection for his brother believable and touching. Overall, a very strong sense of theme and theatricality, you know how to affect an audience emotionally (many playwrights don't)."