Category Archives: Stage adaptations
We reported on the Birmingham Stage Company’s adaptation of The Firework Maker’s Daughter, currently on in London, a little while ago. But if you live in the UK and that’s just a little bit too far for you then good … Continue reading
Birmingham Stage Company’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s The Firework-Maker’s Daughter will play the Bloomsbury theatre this Christmas. An adaptation of the Firework-Maker’s Daughter will be playing at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London, this Christmas. The play was shown by the Birmingham … Continue reading
Clockwork or All Wound Up has been adapted into an Opera by Composer David Trouton and Visible Fiction’s director Douglas Irvine. Both are fans of the classic Pullman fairytale-esque book, which is a spooky story about an apprentice clockwork-maker, a … Continue reading
Lyn Gardner has reviewed the Birmingham Stage Company’s production of The Firework-Maker’s Daughter in The Guardian. Gardner praises the set design and other aspects of the production, but has some reservations about the acting itself, describing the river pirates as … Continue reading
The Yorkshire Post features an interview with Philip Pullman, in which he discusses writing His Dark Materials, religious controversy, and his latest work, a retelling of the story of Jesus: “I’m fascinated by theology. The book I’m writing at the … Continue reading
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