For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR ~ DIRECTOR ~ PLAYWRIGHT ~ PRODUCER
Graduate of The University of Portsmouth and The Central School of Speech and Drama, Rich has interned in the Literary department of The Hampstead Theatre and benefitted from The Royal Court’s Young Writer’s program. His literary work continued with The Mercury Theatre as their script reader for two years. Rich has worked with Real Circumstance, written for radio with Menagerie Theatre company and his writing has been supported by an Escalator, Arts Council grant.
Rich Chilver’s new play Shed has been developed with the assistance of many creatives from within Frequency Theatre. A work-in-progress of his new play formed part of the 2012 Pulse Festival in Ipswich.
Essex, 1975: the sound of bulldozers tearing down neighbours’ homes.
"For the practice of virtue, a modicum of comfort is necessary."
A verbatim comment on Colchester, Britain's oldest recorded town.
The sounds of her car accident stay with Lara in her everyday life.
Burt tries to convince his wife that this really is a place of importance, and a place in which she should stay.
Kept apart for thirty five years, William returns to Mary a different man.
Bringing the concept of having an ‘active’ old age to a new level!