I then answered questions A and C (she wouldn’t have cared that Tobe Hooper made it) by pointing to the copy of the film on my DVD shelf. Well, though I’m not a massive fan of horror (I haven’t seen The Texas Chain Saw Massacre since I bought it), I will occasionally watch a film for the same reasons I go on rollercoasters; they add a certain element of thrill and excitement – and terror – otherwise missing from my humdrum existence on this Earth.My question is, who would watch, make or own a film like Jude?He then set up Actor Awareness, aimed at highlighting the difficulties facing would-be working-class actors, where his story caught the eye of the film’s producers, Deirdre O’Neill and Mike Mayne.Ms O’Neill said: “We were put in touch with Tom via Twitter and were really interested in telling his story.Sam Kenyon has written the book, music and lyrics to Miss Littlewood, about one of the pioneering founders of the Theatre Workshop in 1945.Littlewood’s famed productions included Oh, What A Lovely War! “Born into poverty, she raged her way to have lasting influence on British culture,” the RSC said.Former Turton High School pupil Tom, originally from Harwood, moved to London after being offered a place at the East 15 drama school.
The tragic tale of doomed love will include young people from the RSC’s associate schools in the chorus in Stratford alongside the professional cast, with more young people joining as the production tours in 2019.If the majority of people involved in the arts are coming from a very narrow group in society then we are not getting an accurate picture.That is why it is so important.” Screenings of the film will be held in Manchester and Salford next month, and the filmmakers say they are also hoping to arrange a showing in Bolton. We wanted to focus on the issues surrounding class in acting.We spoke to a lot of high-profile working-class people from within the industry and they all said that they would not have been able to break into it now because the barriers are too high.” Actor Awareness host regular meetings where working-class actors can network and share stories and ideas.