Writing Credits
Play Director
The Winning Post Peter Mair


No One Tells Mother What To Do

Synopsis: Two young graduates about to embark on their chosen paths in life,
swear to meet up every ten years to compare notes. As we follow the fortunes
of the girls we are taken into a bleak and dark future for mankind.

This play was performed at the Hen & Chickens Theatre in 2002.

Lawrence Audini achieves on stage, what Huxley in Brave New World, and
in 1984 achieved in book form, that is, a thoughtful examination of
where mankind is heading.

Chaucer in the Sky with Diamonds

Synopsis: Starting on a train platform the audience is introduced to several
characters waiting for a train to Canterbury.The characters disappear to re-emerge
as various characters, where there is an announcement that the train is to be delayed.
They then proceed to act out modern day telling of six of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
The play works its way through several social and political issues, from religion
to advertising, the Irish issue to U.S.A. dominance. There is a fine twist at the end.

Working on a set framework Lawrence Audini works with each group of actors
cast in the production, so that each time it runs, the play keeps pace with the
socio-political environment of the day. The play was twice performed at the
Edinburgh Festival
, 1997 and 2000, as well as several venues in London
between 1998 and 2000, to critical acclaim in both Scotland and England.





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