The Goldilocks Zone

"There are a hundred billion nerve cells in the mind, a hundred billion stars in the galaxy and a hundred other paths I could have taken".

A modern day Brief Encounter showing how when we are lost, only a true connection with another human being can bring us back to ourselves.

Nicola....Nicola Walker

Hux....Stuart Mcquarrie

Shannon....Clemmie Hooton

Jamie....Johnny Thomas Davies

Mohammed....Shiv Grewal

Jenny....Amelda Brown

John....Carl Prekopp

Alice/Brigita....Alice Hart

Ross....Harry Myers

Sandra....Colleen Prendergast

Woman....Susan Jameson

Directed by Mary Peate

  • by....

    Lucy Catherine

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    20070622

    Lucy Catherine's play is a modern day Brief Encounter showing how when we are lost, only a true connection with another human being can bring us back to ourselves.

    Nicola....Nicola Walker

    Hux....Stuart Mcquarrie

    Shannon....Clemmie Hooton

    Jamie....Johnny Thomas Davies

    Mohammed....Shiv Grewal

    Jenny....Amelda Brown

    John....Carl Prekopp

    Alice/Brigita....Alice Hart

    Ross....Harry Myers

    Sandra....Colleen Prendergast

    Woman....Susan Jameson

    Directed by Mary Peate

    20161230

    As part of the series in which actors are commissioned to write stories, Sophie Ward has taken a new look at the Goldilocks tale and imagines a father-mother-child relationship which starts to come adrift.

    Greg and Hal are both career-driven men in a stable relationship. But life becomes unbalanced when a third person enters their world - Eliza and Hal's son Arthur.

    Written and Read by Sophie Ward

    Produced by David Roper

    A Heavy Entertainment Production for BBC Radio 4.

    As part of the series in which actors are commissioned to write stories, Sophie Ward has taken a new look at the Goldilocks tale and imagines a father-mother-child relationship which starts to come adrift.

    Produced by David Roper

    20161230

    In Sophie Ward's new story, Greg and Hal face a dilemma trying to bring up their son.

    20050708

    "There are a hundred billion nerve cells in the mind, a hundred billion stars in the galaxy and a hundred other paths I could have taken".

    A modern day Brief Encounter showing how when we are lost, only a true connection with another human being can bring us back to ourselves.

    Nicola....Nicola Walker

    Hux....Stuart Mcquarrie

    Shannon....Clemmie Hooton

    Jamie....Johnny Thomas Davies

    Mohammed....Shiv Grewal

    Jenny....Amelda Brown

    John....Carl Prekopp

    Alice/Brigita....Alice Hart

    Ross....Harry Myers

    Sandra....Colleen Prendergast

    Woman....Susan Jameson

    Directed by Mary Peate

  • by....

    Lucy Catherine

    ""There are a hundred billion nerve cells in the mind, a hundred billion stars in the galaxy and a hundred other paths I could have taken"".

    A modern day Brief Encounter showing how when we are lost, only a true connection with another human being can bring us back to ourselves.

    Nicola....Nicola Walker

    Hux....Stuart Mcquarrie

    Shannon....Clemmie Hooton

    Jamie....Johnny Thomas Davies

    Mohammed....Shiv Grewal

    Jenny....Amelda Brown

    John....Carl Prekopp

    Alice/Brigita....Alice Hart

    Ross....Harry Myers

    Sandra....Colleen Prendergast

    Woman....Susan Jameson

    Directed by Mary Peate

  • by....

    Lucy Catherine

    ""There are a hundred billion nerve cells in the mind, a hundred billion stars in the galaxy and a hundred other paths I could have taken"".

    A modern day Brief Encounter showing how when we are lost, only a true connection with another human being can bring us back to ourselves.

    Nicola....Nicola Walker

    Hux....Stuart Mcquarrie

    Shannon....Clemmie Hooton

    Jamie....Johnny Thomas Davies

    Mohammed....Shiv Grewal

    Jenny....Amelda Brown

    John....Carl Prekopp

    Alice/Brigita....Alice Hart

    Ross....Harry Myers

    Sandra....Colleen Prendergast

    Woman....Susan Jameson

    Directed by Mary Peate

  • by - Lucy Catherine