INSIDE OUT: SUMMER
U Ok Hun? by Michelle Watts.
The sun's out, the sky is blue but Cherry the childminder can't leave her house yet. Where ARE her chiddlers this morning? And is it all Vicki Dinnington's fault?
The second episode of Inside Out: Summer. Six new weekly stories making a drama out of staying inside. Developed during the height of lockdown with actors using everything from mobiles phones to laptops to get creative while observing social distancing rules.
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EPISODE ONE STILL AVAILABLE TO WATCH
The Couch Concert by John Pattison.
Welcome to singer/songwriter Sandy’s first ever gig. ‘The Mucky Duck’ pub has lost its roof and Scarborough’s local acts are performing online to raise funds for a new one. Both Sandy and organiser Steve have a secret or two they’d rather keep to themselves. But if the show must go on, it doesn’t mean it has to go according to plan…
‘Inside Out’ continues with ‘Choices’ by Paul Beck on August 14th, ‘Flo & Mabel’ by Kate Woodward-Hay on August 21st, ‘The Call’ by Rosie Larner on August 28th and ‘Lifesigns’ by Paul Spencer on September 4th.