'Holnap House' by Megan Fellows - runner up in Theatre Madness Festival 2016

“The council thinks they’re demolishing slums, but to us they’re demolishing lives.” The future of Holnap House hangs in the balance. Friends, families and futures are at stake as demolition day is set. What will come of a community that is being literally and figuratively destroyed? What will tomorrow bring? Written and directed by Megan Fellows Produced by FAITH Drama Productions for Theatre Madness Festival 2016 *RUNNER UP IN THEATRE MADNESS FESTIVAL 2016* CAST: Charlotte Chinn, William Frazer, Veronica Lewis, Mark Ota, Luke Wilson Reviews: ‘Fellows writing is emotional and honest […] Set over only 10 minutes, Fellows writes a short play that feels whole and fulfilling, a story that conveys its point in this short time frame. A worthy second place.’ — Daniel Perks, Corporate by day, Culture by night ‘Holnap House had a voice screaming for London and was not apologising for it.’ — Jen Wakefield, Urban.Theatre.Dance.Performance.London ‘funny and serious […] beautifully symbolic.’ — Emily Jenkins, Oh My Musicals ‘Fellows interestingly went for a pessimistic view with a hint of bitter sweetness towards the end […] some astute observations made, and some nice symbolism.’ — Descant Deb, The British Blacklist

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