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Joel Horwood

JOEL HORWOOD

  (1980 - )

Nationality:    British
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Literary Agent:    Casarotto Ramsay and Associates Ltd  represented by Rachel Taylor

Joel Horwood is an associate artist of the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, whose work has been performed throughout the UK. Recent credits include This Changes Everything (Tonic Theatre), The Little Mermaid (Bristol Old Vic Theatre), The Planet and Stuff (Polka Theatre), I Heart Peterborough (Eastern Angles/Soho Theatre), A Stab in the Dark and A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts (Lyric Hammersmith, Secret Theatre). Other credits include The Count of Monte Cristo (West Yorkshire Playhouse), I Caught Crabs in Walberswick (Eastern Angels at the Pleasance/UK tour/Bush), Food (Traverse Theatre) which received a Fringe First Award, and Mikey the Pikey (Pleasance/UK tour).

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        Aladdin         All the Little Things We Crushed         Bay         Beyond the Front Line         Big Bad Wolf Appeal, The         Blue Lenses         Cattleprod Shakedown         Children's Monologues, The         Cinderella         Come to Where I am From         Count Of Monte Cristo, The         Dick Whittington And His Cat         Dogs, The         Dryfight         Food         Gluttony         I Caught Crabs In Walberswick         I Heart Peterborough         I Want My Hat Back         Inches Apart         Is Everyone Okay?         It's About Time         Jack And the Beanstalk         Jekyll And Hyde         Little Mermaid, The         Mikey the Pikey         Playlist - New Plays Inspired by Festive Tunes         Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts, A         Stoopud Fucken Animals         Suddenlossofdignitycom         This Changes Everything         Wild Oats



Aladdin

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By Joel Horwood, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm And Steve Marmion

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All the Little Things We Crushed

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Bay

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This show was devised by the company.

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Beyond the Front Line

Synopsis:
big bold promenade performance taking place outside the theatre in tribute to our service men and women.
- Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph

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written by Matthew David Scott, Richard Warbuton, Joel Horwood And John Hunter

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Big Bad Wolf Appeal, The

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Part of Miniaturists 22 - Bringing you more of the best short plays by some of the most exciting playwrights in the UK today

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short play

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Blue Lenses

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Based on A sjort story by Daphne du Maurier

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adaptation

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Cattleprod Shakedown

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Rounders

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Children's Monologues, The

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Dramatic Need (DN) is a UK-registered charity that sends international Arts professionals to do workshops in underprivileged and rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa. Gifted, heavyweight actors will perform monologues written by Lynn Nottage, Bola agbaje, Polly Stenham, Dennis Kelly, Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Oladipo agboluaje, Zawe ashton, Joel Horwood, anya Reiss and Jamie Minoprio, based on autobiographical stories written by the some of the children DN works with.

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short monologue

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Cinderella

Synopsis:
the Hardups come to Hammersmith this Christmas as CinderElla seeks her Prince Charming. Now in its fourth year the traditional Lyric panto once again returns to Hammersmith. Back by popular demand is Steven Webb, after previously playing the lovable Dick Whittington and the cheeky blue monkey Wishy Washy in last year's Aladdin. Joining him as the wicked stepmother is actress, broadcaster and comedian Mel Giedroyc (the Great British Bake Off, BBC; eurobeat, West end/national tour) and, as Cinderella, West end star Julie Atherton who is currently playing Sister Mary Robert in the first UK tour of Sister Act. Directing his first Lyric panto, will be our Olivier Award-winning Artistic Director, Sean Holmes.

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written by Joel Horwood and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

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Genre:
pantomime

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Male:  4            Female:  3            Other:  ensemble

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Come to Where I am From

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Sixty one playwrights from across the UK return to their home towns to write plays about the places that shaped them. At 14 theatres from Bristol to Belfast, Cardiff to Coventry and Nottingham to Newcastle, these plays will be performed by the playwrights themselves, coming home to tell their tale. Come To Where I'm From is a theatrical tapestry of the UK, woven by writers asking if home is really where the heart is.

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Paines Plough

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short play

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Count Of Monte Cristo, The

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If you were about to marry your childhood sweetheart, had just been given the promotion you'd always wanted, and were surrounded by people you believed to be your best friends only to have it all ripped from you in one instant, how would you react? How would you cope with the knowledge that three greedy, morally bankrupt individuals had stolen your happiness? and what would you do if you were given the opportunity to take your revenge?

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a reckless, swashbuckling new Adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' incredible tale of love, betrayal And consequence.

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adaptation

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Dick Whittington And His Cat

Synopsis:
Join Dick Whittington and his cat as they journey to London to find their fortune in a brand new show full of colourful characters, live music, laughter and the very evil King Rat.

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By Joel Horwood And Morgan Lloyd Malcolm; conceived by Steve Marmion

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Pantomime

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Male:  5            Female:  2            Other:  voices, chorus

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Dogs, The

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Heat and Light

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Male:  10            Female:  7            Other:  -

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Dryfight

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It's ingeniously simple. they perform twice over the weekend: each performance features four short scenes of fights, all of them beginning verbally and becoming physical. at the start of the show every audience member is given four simple coloured paper hats. Before each scene begins we are introduced via the booming Pa system to each of the characters it will involve - they strut onto stage, pose and flex and grimace like Mickey Rourke, and we don a hat of a certain colour to "cast our vote" on that particular character coming out on top. Of course this is before we know anything about the nature of each fight, so it's interesting in theory to wonder what makes us side with one character over another purely on first glance. Do the women go for the women? Do we back the scrawnier man to try and predict the unpredictable? Which of the nuns looks the most muscular? as it is though, there are few easily apparent trends. all our attention really is focused on screaming out our support of whoever we have arbitrarily chosen to back. This is theatre for closet wrestling fans, quite excessively happy to suddenly be encouraged to watch Drama and make noise. as an experience it's infectious - but I fear not to be too often repeated, as only certain contexts allow it to work. I also wonder how long before the concept becomes stale - once you have seen it I doubt you'd feel the need to experience it again - unless the company push it in a new direction. In summary, we have two nuns attending a school reunion and discovering that their schoolmate of the time, who inspired both of their religious conversions, now views them with contempt. a man tries to hastily get rid of a woman after a one-night-stand, but his girlfriend bursts in on them. a jilted boyfriend challenges his ex-girlfriend's new lover to a fight to win her, which he will video for her to prove his devotion. But the final scene has an unexpected spike. Two old friends, one gay one straight, emerge from a gay club late at night, the straight one distraught having broken up with his girlfriend, and in a moment of drunken confusion makes a sexual advance on his friend. the ensuing fracas is him being fought off by his friend, who is trying only to beat sense into him. there's no-one for us to cheer for, the emotions of the piece are too true to make for easy side-taking. and the ending is horrifically unexpected and downbeat. We stop shouting long enough to think about what we have been doing. It's a canny achievement. But for all that, the show overall is too enjoyable for us not to emerge with smiles all over our faces. Guilty though they may be.
- Corinne Salisbury, British theatre Guide

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Writers include John Donnelly, Ashanti Dhawan, Matt Hartley, Joel Horwood, Phil Porter, Penelope Skinner

1st Produced:
East End Pub, London     2009

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DryWrite

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Food

Food
Top chef Frank Byrne has one ambition in life - to win the coveted third Michelin star for his restaurant, which will bring him the success he craves and confirm his reputation as the best. But reaching the top comes at a price. . .Set in the turbulent world of celebrity chefs, Food explores the compulsive nature of perfectionism and the sacrifices we make to realise our dreams.

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by Christopher Heinmann And Joel Horwood

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Gluttony

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part of 7:1 Beyond control. 7 prestigious writers. 7 short plays. 7 deadly sins. This collection of plays focusses on the Seven Deadly Sins And their effects on human nature. these plays offer us the opportunity to form fresh perspectives on modern issues concerning our moral values And how they Affect our family, social And work relationships.

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Golden Delilah

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short play

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I Caught Crabs In Walberswick

I Caught Crabs In Walberswick
where, in twenty-four hours of exam leave, in the hottest summer ever recorded, the lives of two best friends and three broken families are changed forever

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eastern angles

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I Heart Peterborough

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A Father and son, Peterborough born and bred. Both brought up in the swelling of a city, a bump in the spirit-level flatness of the Fens. During a darkly comic 70-minute car crash of a cabaret act, the family's lives are laid bare. the sounds of the Pistols, Bowie and Kate Bush underscore a story of snogging at the lido, wedgies in the school bogs and biro tattoos. A desperate tale of life in an overspill town. www.easternangles.co.uk.

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Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival Fringe     01 Aug 2012

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eastern Angles / escalator east to edinburgh

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contemporary, new writing

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I Want My Hat Back

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Bear's hat is gone. He loves his hat. He wants it back. He asks all of the animals in the forest, but no one has seen it. WAIT! He has seen it somewhere. . .Jon Klassen's brilliant, witty book was published in 2011, and has fast become a modern children's classic. I Want My Hat Backnow comes to the stage in a joyous new adaptation stuffed with humour, music and surprises. A treat for everyone aged 3 - 300.

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Based on the picture book written and illustrated by John Klassen, book and lyrics by Joel Horwood, music by Arthur Darvill

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TYA 60 min

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Inches Apart

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two isolated city-dwelling somethings one male one female, struggle to close the gap that seperates them, even though they live only 'inches apart'. Part hard-hitting urban study, part frustrated rom-com.
- Robert Shore, Time Out, London

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Devised Piece by the Company (Story Consultant Joel Horwood) original concept by Nick Blood And Tom McCall

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We. Buy. Gold.

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Is Everyone Okay?

Synopsis:
an hour long "joyride for the lost and bewildered centred on three people trying to work out if they're doing okay or if everything has gone to shit."

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1st Produced:
Suffolk's Latitude Festival     2009

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Nabokov

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It's About Time

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Genre:
Romantic Comedy

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Jack And the Beanstalk

Synopsis:
Pantomime returns to Hammersmith in a community and entertainment extravaganza with the creative team working alongside local talent to present a traditional panto

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By Richard Bean, Jocelyn Jee esien, Joel Horwood, Che Walker And Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

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the Lyric Hammersmith

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Pantomime

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Jekyll And Hyde

Synopsis:
experience Jekyll and Hyde with a difference

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the production has been created in conjunction with Spymonkey And Peepolykus And is directed by Sean Holmes And written by Joel Horwood.

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Lyric Hammersmith

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Genre:
theatrical extravagANZa

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Little Mermaid, The

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On the Little Mermaid's fifteenth birthday, she visits the world above the sea for the first time and falls in love with a prince. She braves a journey to the evil sea-witch, to whom she must sacrifice her voice and tail in exchange for legs. From then on, whenever she walks, it feels as though she is dancing on knives, as a reminder of what she has sacrificed for love.

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from the story by Hans Christian Andersen

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Genre:
Christmas Show

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Mikey the Pikey

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won the Cameron Mackintosh Award

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The Gulbenkian Theatre (Canterbury)     2004

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Genre:
the Chav Musical

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Playlist - New Plays Inspired by Festive Tunes

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This Christmas, Theatre503 presents a special festive edition of its ever-popular PLAYlist. Eight new plays by eight writers, each inspired by a song.

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short play

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Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts, A

Synopsis:
Do you like your theatre fearless? Never the same show twice pushing the limits of human endeavour to the brink of failure or triumph. The Secret Theatre Company is a 20 strong ensemble of actors, writers, directors and designers created to challenge the way theatre is produced and presented in Britain. The company has taken London by storm since their first provocative show in September 2013 courting controversy and sparking debate and discussion. Now they bring their innovative and inventive style to the Edinburgh Fringe.

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1st Produced:
Northern Stage at King's Hall, Edinburgh Fringe Festival     01 Aug 2014

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Lyric Hammersmith's Secret Theatre Company

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Genre:
Devised, 1 hour

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Stoopud Fucken Animals

Stoopud Fucken Animals
a pitch-black comedy complete with wickedly entertaining songs, from the Edinburgh Fringe First-winning writer of Food. the Wild east of england: Charlie sells bull semen for a living, Dim is the oldest paperboy in the village, and Lefty is playing his Last Legs Tour of the pubs. When a dark family secret is unearthed, Charlie and Dim's lives collapse around them and an old fashioned showdown is on the horizon. . .

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Loose Collective/escalator east To edinburgh

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Play/Drama

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Male:  3            Female:  2            Other:  -

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Suddenlossofdignitycom

Synopsis:
sketches about embarrassing moments

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New Compilation by Zawe Ashton, James Graham, Joel Horwood, Morgan Lloyd malcom And Michele Terry

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the Bush

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Piece

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This Changes Everything

This Changes Everything
A group of disillusioned young women have disappeared. On a platform out at sea, they have formed The Community  a new type of society and a better way of living. But how can you change the world if youve taken yourself out of it?

Notes:
This Changes Everything by Joel Horwood is part of Platform, a new initiative from Tonic Theatre in partnership with Nick Hern Books. Aimed at addressing gender imbalance and inequality in theatre, Platform comprises big-cast plays with predominantly or all-female casts, written specifically for performance by school, college and youth-theatre groups.

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TYA

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Wild Oats

Synopsis:
a 1940s/50s staging, from costuming to a Dick Dale-esque surf-rock score.

Notes:
from play by John OKeeffe

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Genre:
adaptation

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