Beulah was first performed in 2012 as a co-production between Hartshorn – Hook Productions and The Flanagan Collective. When it opened the brand new London studio ‘Upstairs at the Arts Theatre’ in December 2014, Paul joined the show as assistant producer for that Christmas run.

An island sets sail into the sunset, a boy watches a lion running out of the sky, and an old man is sleeping…

The Flanagan Collective roll in to London’s most central venue with their critically acclaimed show about time, dreams, reality and the fabric of our world. After making its way around railway arches, empty offices, country pubs and even theatres, The Flanagan Collective’s Beulah is setting up shop Upstairs at the Arts Theatre!

Inspired by William Blake, Beulah is a tale woven out of storytelling, puppetry, projections and soaring live music, with two performers switching between 10 instruments. Having captured the hearts and the imaginations of countless audiences up and down the country, this limited run is an exclusive chance to catch Beulah in a new boutique space in the heart of the West End

Written by Alexander Wright
Directed by Tom Bellerby
AV Design by Ed Sunman

Starring Jim Harbourne and Edward Wren

Produced by
Hartshorn – Hook Productions
and The Flanagan Collective

Press releases for Beulah can be downloaded here

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