Galatea 101 #1: Emma Frankland and Andy Kesson

This week and next, Galatea is back on its feet once more! Now heading towards a production in collaboration with Wildworks, director and theatremaker Emma Frankland has gathered theatremakers at the 101 Outdoor Creation Space (made possible thanks to their seed funding). In this A Bit Lit feature video, the first of a series of content coming out of the week working on the play, Emma and Andy Kesson tell us why John Lyly’s 1584 play is relevant today; give some background to the forthcoming production; explain what we’re doing over the next fortnight at the site of Greenham Common and why; and set out the urgency and necessity of this work:

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