The Young Premiered

Posted by KT on July 6, 2011

Premiered at a private screening at Liverpool John Moore University (Monday 11 July) Richard Weston’s (nee Thompson) ‘The Young’ is a first feature film by his Wirral based Film Instinct.

The film is about a post apocalyptic world in which young people have to create their own rules in a backdrop of devastation.

Birds still sing. This is not a world without vegetation or food, but the cities have been raised to the ground. Desolate industrial estates now harbour power brokers and survival is a basic need.

The cast have been drawn from the rich vein of dramatic talent at Calday Grammar School as well as local theatre company, Off the Ground.

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Halloween Spooktacular

Posted by RW on October 19, 2016

Now, I’m not one for writing family shows, but this year I was given the rare opportunity to write a family show that the cast and I were very proud of. It has suggested pop songs, but obviously they wouldn’t be used unless the owner of the establishment we were to work for would get […]

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‘Saddenly Now’ New Poster

Posted by RW on May 10, 2016

Now that Saddenly Now is completed and currently on its way to major festivals, we’re delighted to release the final poster.

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Opbergdoos

Posted by RW on January 27, 2016

Interviews today for Richard Weston’s one man show took place on BBC Radio Merseyside and Wirral Radio today. You can find all the information on this daring one man show here Atticus is a young man who has escaped from the outside world; he has locked himself in a room filled with boxes containing old […]

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Starman

Posted by RW on January 12, 2016

Yesterday, at noon, I found myself refreshing the BBC page over and over again just in case Bowie had somehow been resurrected. Disbelief didn’t cut it. My phone charger had melted. I was trying to learn a couple of the final units for Opbergdoos. But it was all a little too much. I watched “Lazarus” […]

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