BEING KEEGAN

BEING KEEGAN is a psychological, coming of age short film starring BAFTA nominated Stephen Graham (This is England, Boardwalk Empire). When a tormented naval officer returns home to Liverpool, the city's streets become a landscape for redemption and atonement as he is forced to confront his past.

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Not Quite the Dog and Duck (Stage)

Hard of hearing pensioners, Margaret and Alfred, arrange to meet after hooking up on an Internet dating site. They delightfully chat to one another in a trendy wine-bar, neither realising that the other is their blind date. A light-hearted comedy, illustrating that being over eighty doesn’t mean you’re over the hill.

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A Date with Doris (Stage)

She's a feisty pensioner on the prowl for a new man - God help him!

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The Muddy Pool (Stage)

It's Maisee's worst day ever! Not only is she fed up with her parents arguing all the time, but she's been told she's getting one of those smelly ugly things called a baby brother or sister! Could it really get any worse? At least she has her best friend to confide in... the River Mersey

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Red Card (Stage)

Red Card takes place in 1977 Liverpool, and tells the story of two football mad kids, Jay and Sean. Their dream is to hold the cup up in Anfield one day like their football hero, Kevin Keegan. It explores the relationship between Sean and Jay, and how the very young have a spark and excitement for the future.. a feeling that they can be whatever they want to be. But when tragedy happens, the reality of growing up and experiencing the events of life and death can wreck plans, incite cynicism and shatter lives.

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Yellow Rose (Screen short)

When two pensioners meet on a blind date in this modern age of technology - things don't always run smoothly.

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