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in Partnership with Théâtre national de Toulouse and the Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles

Boundless Theatre continues its innovative playwriting partnership with the Theatre National de Toulouse (France) and the Theatre National de Wallonie-Bruxelles. This Erasmus+ funded project empowers students from schools in London, Toulouse and Brussels to develop their own playwriting voice and see this work translated. The students are working with playwrights Yolanda Mercy, Jessica Sian and Luke Barnes. The cross-curricular project working across English, French and Drama departments in each school will see Boundless Theatre work with Year 9 students from Sydenham School for Girls (Lewisham) and Greenford High School (Ealing) throughout 2018/19.

Year One

Luke Barnes Playwright

All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Paines Plough Roundabout with Middle Child), No One Will Tell Me How To Start A Revolution (Hampstead Theatre), Bottleneck (Soho Theatre with HighTide), Chapel Street (Bush Theatre  and Edinburgh), Weekend Rockstars (Hull Truck with Middle Child), Ten Storey Love Song (Hull Truck with Middle Child), The Saints (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton), The Class (The Unicorn with National Youth Theatre), Eistedfodd (HighTide), A Wondrous Place (Manchester Royal Exchange).

 

Jessica Sian Playwright

Jessica is an actor and playwright, her debut play Klippies was nominated for three Offie awards including Most Promising New Playwright. Her adaptation of Kiki’s Delivery Service sold out with four and five star reviews at Southwark Playhouse and was remounted for a second summer run. She has been commissioned by the Bush Theatre and Sphinx Theatre, her work has been supported by the National Theatre New Works Dept, HighTide and the Almeida. She is a Royal Court Young Writers alumni.

 

Year Two

Yolanda Mercy
Jessica Sian Playwright

Jessica is an actor and playwright, her debut play Klippies was nominated for three Offie awards including Most Promising New Playwright. Her adaptation of Kiki’s Delivery Service sold out with four and five star reviews at Southwark Playhouse and was remounted for a second summer run. She has been commissioned by the Bush Theatre and Sphinx Theatre, her work has been supported by the National Theatre New Works Dept, HighTide and the Almeida. She is a Royal Court Young Writers alumni.