This year, there are no parades in the streets. Instead we are in our homes, staying safe. But this will not take away from the message. Through Social Media and webcam across the world, we are still connected. Because that is what Pride is really all about, coming together
The 2020 lockdown is continuing on, but that hasn’t stopped Williams Creatives persisting in our dedicated work for the theatrical scene. Instead, we have been using this precious time to give ourselves a ‘fresh coat of paint’ as it were, starting, not only with a shiny new logo, but a whole redesign of our website!
Lockdown Day 40. The United Kingdom is bingeing on Netflix and Disney +, age old stories and brand-new tales making their way into the eyes and minds of not only the British public, but housebound audiences worldwide.
Ever wanted to know more about how 'On The Surface, We Smile' came to be? Sit back as John-Joseph Boyle talks to Writer Joshua Ashton Williams about his creative processes, including how he crafted this unique and thought provoking theatre piece as well as some sneak peeks into his future plans for the stage.
Unfortunately in light of Covid-19 we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the beginning of the On the Surface, We Smile Tour 2020 until further notice. Nothing is more important to us than the safety and well-being of our casts, crews and audiences and this is a necessary step for us.
2020 has been a rough year for everyone across the world, but through solidarity and community we have emerged through. Williams Creatives were devastated when, in the interest of public safety, we decided to postpone our hugely anticipated UK Tour of ‘On the Surface, We Smile.’ However, now we are back and so is the tour, bigger and better than ever!
In March 2020, Williams Creatives stormed the stage at the Sue Townsend theatre with topsy turvy musical cabaret, Miscast at the Movies. The show was a delightful evening of fun, music and song castings in a way that you have never seen before from movie favourites.