Judith Adams

All Projects

嵐の家 Arashi No Ie / Stormy House

2018 – 2020
At its heart, it celebrates the power of childhood imagination to conjure both redemptive art forms and new and better worlds from the implosion of the old.

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Earthsea

October 2018
Le Guin layers her work with themes of self-discovery, relationships, isolation and connection, love and betrayal, violence and redemption. Earthsea has unique characters, glorious geography and the energy of its own songs, sagas and myths.

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Sweet Fanny Adams in Eden

2003
A three-year project, commissioned by Stellar Quines Theatre Company and funded by the Scottish Arts Council for performance in Pitlochry Plant Collectors’ Memorial Garden (2003).

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South Riding

2019 – 2021
Holtby’s landscape is both the homeland of her childhood and imaginary: a fictional Riding of Yorkshire continuously haunted by ghosts of the dead and disenfranchised.

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Raven

Summer 2019
Initial concept and outline narrative scenario for projections on Historic Royal Palaces’ iconic Tower of London.

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Drift

2015 / 2016
The story, songs and recitative were inspired by the “true tale” of Betty Mouat, a crofter from Shetland, who spent eight days drifting alone in the North Sea in 1886.

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The Baroque Story

2013 – 2020
A multi-media re-working of the Hampton Court Palace visitor introduction to the King’s Baroque Apartments in the reign of William lll and Mary ll.

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The Left Hand of Darkness

April 12th & 19th 2015
Dramatisation of the award-winning, ground-breaking and deeply influential novel by Ursula K. Le Guin.

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Hampton Court Palace 500: Rewind

April 3rd 2015
A unique commission writing for 59 Production’s project celebrating the 500th anniversary of the construction of Hampton Court Palace.

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Lord of the Flies

June 2013
Dramatisation of the novel by William Golding for BBC Radio 4E.

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Crossing the Line / The Watershed Project

Available to tour (small venues)
A 35 minute traveling Whitestone Arts multi media performative collaboration with Simon Warner and Stacey Johnstone (voice, Alex Mathie) exploring walking and inspiration.

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Buddenbrooks

Broadcast October 2012
Dramatisation of Buddenbrooks, The Decline of a Family by Thomas Mann.

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Out of Africa

b. April 25th-29th 2011
Dramatisation of the novel by Karen Blixen.

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The Hireling

2011
Two-part dramatisation of the novel by L.P.Hartley.

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Affiliated Playwright – University of Huddersfield

Affiliated to teach on MA courses Writing for Performance and Ensemble Physical Theatre, Training and Performance within the Department of Theatre, Drama and Performance.

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