RepositoryFalmouth University (GB 3241)
Ref NoCPA1/443
Alt Ref NoNotebook 75
CPA1/443
Date1988-1990
LevelItem
Extent1 item
TitleNotebook
DescriptionContains:
Knock Out The Pin research material for play wriiten for Treviglas School relating to the incident with Newquay lifeboat in the late 19th century including notes taken from a recorded interview with Cam Docking
Notes regarding assessment of Porthcothan Bridge
Writing etitled 'Danny Simon' on how characters are developed includes material about writing process and its structure for use in talk at Treviglas School
Notes on US sitcom Cheers, used as an example of how to write a sitcom.
Ideas for piece titled All in the Mind The Good doctor, includes dialogue about having sex in the bath
Draft letter to Danny Minnock who worked on the US screen play for film of The Dead Monkey
Notes on diseases in Africa
Writing relating to Joseph Emidy a slave that played the violin who lived in Truro for a radio play produced by Julian May
Notes on I K Brunnel research for his battle to save the bridge at Porthcothan with further material about the maximum weight taken by the bridge.
Knock Out The Pin, research notes on lifeboat men and coxswain
Notes on climate change and other events in 1988 contextual to the Camelford water poisioning of the same year.
Draft note to someone called Steve at Sheffield about commission with RSC
Production notes on Knock Out the Pin
Notes on Beach Cleaning
Early ideas for characters in The Man with Green Hair based on people such as Michael Heseltine, Margaret Thatcher and the daughter of Tory MP Cecil Parkinson
Writing on the use of green hair as theatrical tool or metaphor to tell the tale of a family in public life.
Admin HistoryThe daughter of Cecil Parkinson often spent the summer in Cornwall.
FormatManuscript
Access StatusOpen
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