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Welcome to our new website

JTP Theatre (formally Journeyman  Theatre  Productions) is very pleased to welcome you to our brand new website (built by our very own, talented Sarah Cully Morgan), featuring loads of information about our productions, past, present and future.

That's a wrap on 2023!

What a successful and productive year for JTP Theatre.

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has supported us this year, be it on stage, behind the scenes, or in the audience. We are truly grateful for the wonderful ongoing support from you all, and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2024!

 

We will be kicking off 2024, with the launch of our new website (built by our very own, talented Sarah Cully Morgan), and fully integrating the changes on our website and social media pages from Journeyman Theatre Productions, to JTP Theatre.

We are planning to take a break from competing at the Bristol One Act, and Avon One Act Competition Festivals, but don't fear we still have lots of exciting drama coming your way, including:

  • Continuing our partnership with Thornbury Radio, to bring you weekly short plays and monologues
  • Our podcasts - Bite Size Theatre with JTP - on major platforms
  • A brand-new stage production in the autumn

For more news and development on any of our projects, watch this space, or follows us on any of our social media pages.

 

Let's look back at some of the amazing highlights of 2023!

January

'I Loved Her ' first aired on BBC Radio Bristol.

February

'Even Numbers', written by Tony Domaille, debuted at Bristol One Act Play Festival, being nominated for and winning several awards, including Best Actor (Phil Domaille) Best Actress (Sarah Wiggins), Best Theatre Moment (Sarah Cully Morgan).

March

An excerpt of 'Even Numbers' aired on BBC Radio Bristol, and Thornbury Radio.

'Even Numbers' competed at the Avon One Act Play Competition Festival, where Sarah Cully Morgan was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.

JTP Theatre teamed up with Hen's Teeth Productions to bring 'Even Numbers' and 'All at Sea' (written by Gill Cowen) for a week's run at the Alma Theatre in Bristol.

May

'The Way Home' aired on BBC Radio Bristol.

June

'Even Numbers' won the UK CDFF Geoffrey Whitworth Award for Best Original Script.

July

We performed a rehearsed reading of 'Even Numbers' at the National Theatre Festival, Coventry, where TOny Domaille was presented with the UK CDFF Geoffrey Whitworth Award for Best Original Script. 

'Even Numbers' won the Derek Jacobi Award for New Play-writing.

September

4 of our short radio plays/monologues ('Ramblers', 'When All Around You', 'Pet Rescue', and 'Apocalypse Then?') aired on Thornbury Radio.

JTP teamed up with The Cotswold Playhouse for two nights for the production 'Through Female Eyes' featuring 'Even Numbers', performed at The Cotswold Playhouse in Stroud.

October

5 more of our short radio plays/monologues ('Help For Greek Heroes', 'The Twelve Labours Exchange', 'Easywings', 'A Gift Horse' and 'The Gods') aired on Thornbury Radio.

November

4 of our short radio plays/monologues ('Eleanor Rigby', 'I Pledge Thee', 'Autumn', and 'A Price to Pay') aired on Thornbury Radio.

December

4 of our short radio plays/monologues ('Cinderella After', 'The Christmas Gift', 'Stable Relations', and 'When They’ve Gone') aired on Thornbury Radio.

We're on Thornbury Radio every week. 

Tune in around 7.30pm on Tuesday evenings, to listen to one of our many Bite Size radio plays, or monologues.

We're available on Youtube and Podcasts

Check out our Youtube channel for videos of many of our Bite Size plays and monologues, first aired on BBC Radio Bristol or Thornbury Radio. You can also catch our  'Bite Size Theatre with JTP' podcasts on Spotify and other major platforms via Buzzsprout. 

Congratulations!

Massive congratulations to Sarah Wiggins. who picked up the Best Actress Award at the Rose Bowls last night for her performance in 'The Welkin' with Cotswold Players. Sarah had previously won the Critics Award at the Cotswold Playhouse, for the same role.

Sarah also won a Best Actress Award with JTP Theatre at the Bristol One Act Festival earlier this year, for her chilling portrayal of Mary-Ann in 'Even Numbers'. It was the fourth occasion she had won the Best Actress Award in a JTP Theatre festival production!

Congratulations also goes to Phil Domaille, who was nominated for the Best Actor Award for his role in 'Pressure' at the Cotswold Playhouse.

 

 

Looking for a script?

If you are looking for your next script to perform, why not check out one of the many award-winning scripts from our resident playwright, Tony Domaille, whose  credits include being a winner in -  

The Derek Jacobi Award for New Playwriting 2023 

The UK CDFF Award for Best Original Script 2022 and 2023

The Pint Sized Plays Competition 2018, 2020 and 2023

The Cafe Lit Script Challenge 2021

The Ilkley Playhouse Short Play Competition 2020 and 2022

Most of Tony's work is published by Lazy  Bee Scripts and includes bite-sized plays, one-act dramas (perfect for competition festivals), full-length plays, and scripts for youth theatre/schools. His plays Give Us a Sign, Every Pantomime That Ever There Was, Life in the Cloud and Even Numbers are best sellers. 

https://www.lazybeescripts.co.uk/Authors/Author.aspx?iIA=522

 

 

 

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Collection of short stories

From JTP's in house writer

All the stories in this collection have appeared in a number of anthologies from a range of publishers. Many of them are award- winning, and quite a few were adapted by Tony into award-winning plays like Life in the Cloud and Even Numbers. 

From the disturbing drama of I Know a Place and Changes to the comedy of Micky Marvello and If at First You Don't Succeed, there's something for everyone.  Available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle. 

 

 

 

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