RepositoryFalmouth University (GB 3241)
Ref NoCPA1/225
Alt Ref NoNotebook 1
CPA1/225
Datec1998-1999
LevelItem
Extent1 item
TitleNotebook
DescriptionIncludes:
p1-3 Names and contact details for David Soul production of The Dead Monkey at the New End Theatre
Many Parish Council notes - particularly planning application for Farm Park, St Eval (includes Caravan site) (p21)
NB - Dave Hunter runs Cornwall Youth Theatre
Research into Caravan Parks and Caravan clubs and planning (p23-35, 61-3, 67-73, 77)
piece of writing about tourism - concerns regarding drain on resources over summer holiday period (pp37-41)
'Scotland is empty' (later went on to be title of a script), 'Don't like Seaweed? try Bournemouth' (p43)
Drafts of letters re planning
Tanya Percy Bell - Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Notes on battle regarding beach cleaning by hand versus raking (pp49-51)
Small piece of dialogue regarding Margaret and working till (p55)
Notes on earnings (p57)
ICM - agent (Independent Creative Management)
Nick Hall - solicitor (p69)
Note regarding gig for Band playing in Vic Bar in Newquay (played drums) (p73)
ooverin up - making note on what people said (p75)
Sid Kemp and Peter Phillips - North Cornwall Councillors (p79)
Placenta Pam - when friends of Nick's wished to plant a tree with placenta following birth of baby and neighbour would not let them cross land - ND noted down interesting pieces of dialogues and often embellished them. (p87)
PZ - father left him a building in Penzance shared with his sisters but ND managed it - details of income.
Notes on items found on beach - latin names of seaweed (p125)
Henry's writing - notes on a child in time for A level English (p129-131)
Notes for letter to North Cornwall District Council re beach raking (135-143)
Short pieces on plot notes for The Riot (Harriet and Bolitho) along with ideas for casting (p151, 175-7, 189-191, 201 )
Notes written on performance of The Dead Monkey with David Soul, likely to be in rehearsal. (p164-166)
Notebook reversed at end
Notes on fishing screenplay - Diligence and Mrs Trigg Character (p201, 205)
Pete Townsend's address (p204).
Admin HistoryPeter Townsend held a benefit concert which helped to stage the production of the Riot [FCP8/J/10].
FormatManuscript
Access StatusOpen
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