Fish Eye

by Daniel Jamieson

Information for Schools

Theatre Alibi has built an excellent reputation for its distinctive style of physical theatre and high quality study resources. The company is a Prescribed Practitioner on the new AQA Specification for A Level Drama.

Fish Eye is an intriguing new play by award-winning writer Daniel Jamieson that shines a light on the way in which surveillance has invaded every area of our lives. It tells the story of Pam, a loner and one-woman MI6, who snoops on her neighbours in increasingly intrusive ways. Theatre Alibi use powerful storytelling, projection and live music to tell the story of this most unreliable of narrators, demonstrating theatre skills that are accessible and transferable to students’ own work.

Suitability

Drama / Theatre Studies (GCSE, AS & A Level, International Baccalaureate, BTECH Performing Arts)

Fish Eye is aimed at adults and young people from 14+.

Study Resources

Click here to download the free Fish Eye study pack. It includes sections on the form and style of Theatre Alibi’s work, Research & Development and rehearsal processes, stagecraft and an introduction to the piece by the writer. Interviews with members of the creative team and clips from rehearsals will also be available online.

The script is now available—click here to download.

A recording of the production will be available to download from mid-November (£22+vat). The recording can be made available to students through your school or college Intranet.

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