Tony Casement

For Frequency Theatre: DIRECTOR

Tony is currently the Associate Artistic director of Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre.

Tony was the Associate Director of the Mercury Theatre for seven years and his directing credits include the Mercury productions of Hare and Tortoise; Saturday Night and Sunday Morning; Sleeping Beauty; Arsenic and Old Lace; The Grapes of Wrath; Through the Leaves; Journey’s End (included in the Daily Telegraph’s top ten productions of 2008); The Promise; The Angina Monologues and the inaugural Mercury Young Company production of Quadrophenia, which he co – adapted from the album with Kenny Emson.

Other directing includes: Mary and the Midwives (Eastern Angles); The Vortex (BSA); Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Lakeside Theatre); Swimming (Mercury, Cambridge, Soho Theatre); Horizons (Frequency Theatre); Little Angels (Essex Playwriting Contest); C U Next Tuesday (The Town House Group); Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness (Lakeside Theatre) and The Changeling (East15).

As a writer his produced work includes: Martha and Mary (Mercury Theatre); The Smithereens (Mercury Theatre) and A Pig Too Far (BBC R4) and Turn the World Down (Channel 4), both of which he co-wrote. Turn the World Down was nominated for a Golden Rose at the Montreux International Television Festival.

Hello John, It’s Edith

Written by Jane Upton

The care home have asked Edith to record her voice, as they say it might help her husband’s fading memory.

A Drunken Man Rambles Angrily About His Failed Relationship

Written by Thomas Edwards

Guy is drunk, John has left, and Guy hates Katherine Heigl.

Conversation Piece

Written by James Potter

Miles is full of regret for his past actions and wants to find forgiveness. The question is, how?

Slogan Man

Written by Judy Upton

Romance-seeking Rachel sells t-shirts online, and has fallen for one of her customers… the snag being that all she knows about him is his name, address and his fondness for t-shirts with slogans.


Written by Anne V. Grikitis

If you look into the distance, you can often miss what is right in front of you.