The studio at The Capitol was sold out on Saturday night when Pitchy Breath theatre company returned with their latest production entitled Time and Time Again.
Regular visitors to Pitchy Breath productions have come to expect excellence from this company which is celebrating its 25th year and the latest production, the result of a script writing competition held as part of the Horsham District Year of Culture 2019, was no exception.
Six brand new half hour plays were performed by a cast of young and talented actors, many of whom were new to the stage for these productions.
The dynamic ensemble tackled six incredibly varied plays, which ranged from an intergalactic love story between a Speck and a Star, to a poignant reunion amongst friends to a cross generational two-hander.
All the plays were focused on the Year of Culture’s November theme of Past, Present and Future, and all met the brief perfectly.
The competition was open to writers of all ages and backgrounds, and the range of writing on show on Saturday night was a fantastic representation of the issues and dilemmas facing us in 2019 and beyond.
Well done to all at Pitchy Breath for the nurturing of new and developing talent. A huge success.