Post Mortem

Post Mortem was a winning entry in PSF’s Monologues and More writing competition in 2020, and was produced as a short film in that year. Written by Jacky Hilary, a Human Resources Manager from West Sussex, it shows Romeo and Juliet, both now dead, reflecting on their tragic fate and pondering what might have been…


At the Fringe this year…

  • What did Italy mean to Shakespeare?

    Charlotte Moore read English at St Anne’s College, Oxford, and taught the subject in schools for several years before becoming a full time author and…

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  • Why Shakespeare?

    Andrew Matthews is a children’s writer who is best known for his Shakespeare Stories, which have been translated and published in many countries. He was…

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  • Post Mortem

    Post Mortem was a winning entry in PSF’s Monologues and More writing competition in 2020, and was produced as a short film in that year.…

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  • Salty

    Salty was performed as a companion piece to the RSC’s 2018 tour of Romeo & Juliet and tells the story of Rosaline, Romeo’s initial love…

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  • Play Your Part

    Introduce your children to the magical world of open-air theatre with an action packed drama activity to remember. Storytelling games, stage fighting and the chance…

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