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Philip Goulding

PHILIP GOULDING

  (1961 - )

Nationality:    English
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Literary Agent:    Eric Glass Ltd  

Philip Goulding was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire in 1961. His play Strange Lands won 1st Prize in the International Theatre Institute Playwriting Competition 2002. the play was produced by Public View Theatre Company and Giorgos Gikapeppas at the Empros Theatre, Athens in 2003 and premiered in the UK by N1 Theatre Company at the Courtyard Theatre, London in 2005. His stage plays include Beneath the Waves (Eastern Angles/Colchester Mercury Theatre), Then He Kissed Me (Royal Theatre Northampton 1993, Courtyard Theatre London in association with Soho Theatre 1996), Went Down To the Crossroads (Courtyard Theatre, London), Waiting For Elvis (New Perspectives), Heading West (Forest Forge in association with Salisbury Playhouse), Different Animal (Bootleg Theatre Company / Hen & Chickens, London), the Belle Of Bonavista Bay (Forest Forge), Wake Up Little Suzie! (Oldham Coliseum / Haymarket Theatre Basingstoke), Feels Like The First Time (Oldham Coliseum) and, with composer Kate Edgar, Doc Faust! - a Wild West Musical (Forest Forge 2002, Maine Performing Arts Festival 2007). His adaptations include Beauty And The Beast, Alice In Wonderland, Briar Rose, Peter Pan and the True Tales Of Robin Hood (all Forest Forge), the Titfield Thunderbolt (New Perspectives 1997, Third Space 2004, Bill Kenwright / CV Productions / Hornchurch / Windsor 2005), Toad OF Toad Hall (Forest Forge 1998, New Perspectives 1999, Eye Theatre 2001), Wind In The Willows (Basingstoke Haymarket) and Hansel & Gretel (Forest Forge 1999, Eye Theatre 2002). He has written a new version of Gogol's classic comedy the Government Inspector (Forest Forge / Salisbury Playhouse 1997, Watermill Theatre, Newbury 1998, and as a Little Local Difficulty Oldham Coliseum 2003). He has also written an adaptation of Thomas Hardy's the Mayor Of Casterbridge (Forest Forge / Salisbury Playhouse 1998, Wessex Actors Company 2005). the Titfield Thunderbolt is published by Samuel French Ltd (2008). Went Down To The Crossroads and the Mayor Of Casterbridge were published in the monthly Theatre Magazine Plays International and excerpts from his plays have been featured in Monologue and Scene anthologies published by Smith & Kraus (New York) and Meriwether Publishing (Colorado). He was awarded an Arts Council of England Theatre Writing Bursary in 1995. For radio he has written an adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's short story Who Am I This Time? (BBC Radio 4, 2008) and has also written two plays for RTE (Dublin): a Fat Man Eats The Moon and the DilEmma. He was joint first-prize winner in the Radio Times Drama awards in 1988 and his TV play Keeper was broadcast on ChAnnel 4 in 1990. He has written texts for two projects by the composer Alan Edward Williams: Twelve Storeys High (a song cycle for soprano and piano) and the award-winning Divers Winged Creatures (choral songs)(Leipzig 2008). Check Out: http://www.philipgoulding.com/scriptsurgery.html

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        Alice In Wonderland         Beauty And the Beast         Belle Of Bonavista Bay, The         Beneath the Waves         Briar Rose         Different Animal         Doc Faust! A Wild Western Musical         Feels Like the First Time         Fine Bright Day Today, A         Government Inspector, The         Hansel And Gretel         Heading West         Horse Or River         Little Local Difficulty, A         Mayor Of Casterbridge, The         Our Gracie         Peter Pan         Pied Piper Of Hamelin         Puss In Boots         Road To Nab End         Strange Lands         Tall Tales From the Weirdwideworld         then He Kissed Me         Titfield Thunderbolt, The         Toad Of Toad Hall         True Tales Of Robin Hood         Waiting For Elvis         Wake Up Little Suzie         Went Down To the Crossroads         Wind In the Willows



Alice In Wonderland

Synopsis:
adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic children's story.

Notes:
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1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     1996

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Beauty And the Beast

Synopsis:
adaptation of famous fairytale.

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1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     1995

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Belle Of Bonavista Bay, The

Synopsis:
the Belle of Bonavista Bay weaves two intriguing stories: of a past migration from Poole to Newfoundland; and the return of Daniela, a Canadian, to Poole to find her roots. the central theme of the play is how history, our connections to it and our perception of it, shapes our lives. the play incorporates traditional music from Newfoundland.

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Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

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Play/Drama

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Beneath the Waves

Synopsis:
Story of the Great east Coast floods of 1953

Notes:
written with songs written by Philip Goulding And Pat Whymark

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Organisations:
Eastern Angles Theatre Company/Colchester Mercury Theatre

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Briar Rose

Synopsis:
New version of Sleeping Beauty story.

Notes:
written with songs by Philip Goulding And Clive Fishlock

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     2001

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
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Different Animal

Synopsis:
Rhyming Football fan monologue

Notes:
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1st Produced:

Organisations:
Bootleg Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Doc Faust! A Wild Western Musical

Synopsis:
Comedy Musical loosely based on Faust legend set in arizona in 1900

Notes:
Written with composer Kate edgar

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     2002

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
Josef Weinberger Ltd, London,    -

Music:
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Feels Like the First Time

Synopsis:
Set in 1980 and 2000 Feels Like the First Time charts the adventures of two bands the Trevors and the Launderettes who honour a youthful promise to meet up 20 years after their first big gig. Contains songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Notes:
an Actor/Musician show

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Organisations:
Oldham Coliseum

1st Published:
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Genre:
Rock n Roll Musical Musical

Parts:
Male:  6            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Fine Bright Day Today, A

Fine Bright Day Today, A
When you stop searching, you may find what you're looking for Margaret is a trawlerman's widow. against her wishes, her thirty-something daughter Rebecca is finally leaving home to move in with her boyfriend. Margaret, reluctantly, agrees to take in a lodger - Milton, an American painter visiting the area on the trail of Bowden Broome; a famous artist who stayed and worked in the town over a hundred years ago. Milton's arrival turns Margaret's life around, as with his help she comes to terms with the ghosts of her past and realises her future may be brighter than she thought. a Fine Bright Day Today is a moving and evocative tale of autumnal love, set on the edge of an english coastal town, where lives are reshaped by a chance meeting with an exotic stranger.

Notes:
to be produced At New Vic theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme in July 2012. "Philip Goulding's play is An enticing piece of understated but effective writing. It leaves you with An optimistic sense that everyone deserves A second chance At happiness." (the Guardian)

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Male:  1            Female:  2            Other:  -

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXXI (2011) Page 0677

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Government Inspector, The

Synopsis:
New version of Gogol's classic comedy re-set in a market town in 1860.

Notes:
Original Playwright - Nikolai Gogol. Also produced At Watermill theatre Newbury in 1996 with 9 Actors.

1st Produced:

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company/Salisbury Playhouse

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  4            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Hansel And Gretel

Synopsis:
adaptation of classic fairytale.

Notes:
also produced At eye theatre, Suffolk in 2002

1st Produced:
Salisbury Arts Centre, Salisbury     11 Dec 1999

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Heading West

Synopsis:
Follows one family emigrating from england to America in the 1850s

Notes:
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1st Produced:

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company/Salisbury Playhouse

1st Published:
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Music:
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Horse Or River

Synopsis:
Rafi, a successful Asian businessman in his forties, returns to his hometown where he hopes to build a monument to cultural diversity by turning an abandoned council building into a Sports & Community Centre. He gets Pam, a youth worker, on board to help develop his plans. On site they encounter Lee and his friend Menika, a Muslim. Lee's Father is a racist and Lee is struggling to break free of his influence. Menika has fond memories of the council building from when Pam ran a successful Youth Club there - but that closed down due to a lack of funding. as Rafi starts to build his dream Pam warns him that he will encounter hostility from some sections of the community. But Rafi is determined to succeed..

Notes:
the play was inspired by A series of interviews Oldham Race equality Partnership conducted with people of All Ages from A wide range of communities in And Around Oldham.

1st Produced:
Various Venues In Oldham     2008

Organisations:
Oldham Coliseum Theatre Outreach/Oldham Race equality Partnership

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Genre:
play One act

Parts:
Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Little Local Difficulty, A

Synopsis:
Northern adaptation of Gogol's classic comedy the Government Inspector

Notes:
Original Playwright - Nikolai Gogol

1st Produced:

Organisations:
Oldham Coliseum

1st Published:
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Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  3            Other:  -

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXIII (2003) Page 0771

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Mayor Of Casterbridge, The

Synopsis:
Stage adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel

Notes:
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1st Produced:
Forest Forge, Ringwood     04 Mar 1998

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company/Salisbury Playhouse

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  3            Other:  -

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XVIII (1998) Page 0580

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Our Gracie

Synopsis:
Filled with music and infectious, down-to-earth humour, the remarkable life of Gracie Fields. Using her own words, this warm, funny and moving portrait is by the writer of A Fine Bright Day Today, one of the most popular New Vic productions of recent years. Gracie Fields' vibrant personality and rich, warm singing style took her from a room above a Rochdale chip shop to international fame and fortune. Her musical recordings sold in the millions and she became one of the highest paid female movie stars in the world. So great was her appeal that her war-time work boosting morale saw Hitler declare her an enemy of the Third Reich! A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear, in her own words - and some very famous songs - the real-life Cinderella story of a working-class lass who became Britain's greatest female entertainer.

Notes:
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1st Produced:

Organisations:
A New Vic Theatre and Oldham Coliseum Theatre production

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-   -

Music:
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Genre:
biographical play with music

Parts:
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Peter Pan

Synopsis:
New version of J.M. Barrie's classic

Notes:
written with songs by Philip Goulding And Clive Fishlock

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     2000

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Pied Piper Of Hamelin

Synopsis:
Inspired by Robert Browning's poem

Notes:
-

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     1997

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Puss In Boots

Synopsis:
adaptation of famous fairytale.

Notes:
-

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     1994

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Road To Nab End

Synopsis:
looks at growing up in 1920s Blackburn during the Great Depression

Notes:
adaptation by Philip Goulding of William Woodruff's best-seller Road to Nab end. Maximum Cast is 24m 15f. Once the cast size reaches About 13 there is no need for supers.

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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  3            Other:  + supernumeraries (5 or more

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXX (2010) Page 0731

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Strange Lands

Synopsis:
Follows stories of migrants on 3 continents

Notes:
Winning Play in 2002 International Playwrights' Forum/ITI Competition.

1st Produced:
Empros Theatre, Athens (In Greek)     2003

Organisations:
empros Theatre

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  5            Other:  -

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXV (2005) Page 0722

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Tall Tales From the Weirdwideworld

Synopsis:
a Spanish Mapmaker sets in motion a journey through France, england and China in order to research his map of the world.

Notes:
a play for Children based on 3 folktales. With songs by Philip Goulding And Clive Fishlock.

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Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
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Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  3            Other:  -

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then He Kissed Me

Synopsis:
a young working class woman discovers she is HIV+. the play explores the consequences of this discovery.

Notes:
also produced by Guildford School of Acting (1994), New Venture theatre, Brighton (1994), Courtyard theatre, London in Association with Soho theatre (1995).

1st Produced:
Royal Theatre Northampton     1993

Organisations:
Royal Theatre Northampton

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-   -

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Titfield Thunderbolt, The

Synopsis:
adapted by Philip Goulding from the 1953 ealing comedy film about a group of villagers who, finding that their branch railway line is about to be axed, decide to buy and run the railway themselves. as well as convincing the railway authorities that they are competent to work the line, they have to face problems from Vernon Crump who is set on providing a competitive bus service. the large cast can be doubled and the special effects required - steam engines, a bus and a steamroller to name but three! - can be achieved in several suggested ways.

Notes:
Stage Adaptation of TB Clarke's ealing comedy.

1st Produced:
On Tour In The Midlands     1997

Organisations:
New Perspectives Theatre Company

1st Published:
Samuel French, London, 2008   -

Music:
-

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Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  M10 F4, may be played by M3 F2 with doubling

Further Reference:
http://www.Theatrerecord.org/, Theatre Record Vol XXV (2005) Page 1133

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Toad Of Toad Hall

Synopsis:
Based on Kenneth Grahame's the Wind in the Willows.

Notes:
also produced by New Perspectives theatre Company (1999) And eye theatre, Suffolk (2001)

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     1998

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
TYA

Parts:
Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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True Tales Of Robin Hood

Synopsis:
Robin, Marian, allan-a-Dale and ellen tell the truth about some of their adventures in Sherwood Forest.

Notes:
written with songs by Clive Fishlock And Philip Goulding.

1st Produced:
On Tour In The South Of England     2002

Organisations:
Forest Forge Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Waiting For Elvis

Synopsis:
Four young people journey to catch a glimpse of Elvis Presley on the one occasion he stepped foot on British soil - at Prestwick airport, Scotland on his way back to the US from military service in Germany.

Notes:
-

1st Produced:
On Tour In The Midlands     1998

Organisations:
New Perspectives Theatre Company

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Wake Up Little Suzie

Synopsis:
Rock n Roll Musical set in a Holiday camp during the long hot summer of 1976

Notes:
an Actor/musican show

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Organisations:
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Genre:
Rock n roll musical Musical

Parts:
Male:  6            Female:  3            Other:  -

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Went Down To the Crossroads

Synopsis:
a journalist travels to a rural area to research a book about a random killing.

Notes:
Can Also be produced with A minimum of 5 Actors.

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Organisations:
Courtyard Theatre, London

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Genre:
Play/Drama

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  5            Other:  -

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Wind In the Willows

Synopsis:
an adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic tale

Notes:
Contains original songs

1st Produced:

Organisations:
Basingstoke Haymarket

1st Published:
-   -

Music:
-

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Genre:
Family show

Parts:
Male:  5            Female:  1            Other:  Parts for children if required

Further Reference:
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