All Your Gold

Theatre Royal Plymouth

All Your Gold

All Your Gold

Written by Miriam Battye, from an idea developed with the People’s Company

Ros is on a quest to remember her value. She organises a living wake for herself and invites the town. Through this unique event the community and those closest to her come together to celebrate one life, in all that it’s worth.

This funny and thought provoking new play promises to be an exciting, bold, theatrical exploration of the value we place on ourselves and each other.

BACKGROUND INFOABOUT THE DIRECTOR

Nik Partridge As Staff Director at Theatre Royal Plymouth Nik’s Directing credits include The Blue Road (Young Company) and Scenes from an Execution (People’s Company) both 2017. He was Director-in-Residence at Tobacco Factory Theatres for 2014-15 and BBC Performing Arts Fellow 2014, Nik’s wealth of directing credits include: Infinite Lives by Chris Goode (Tobacco Factory Theatres), Bruises by Kieran Hurley (Royal Court), St Joan of the Stockyards by Bertolt Brecht (Bristol Old Vic), 140 Million Miles by Adam Peck (Traverse/Oran Mor/Tobacco Factory Theatres), Infinity Pool by Bea Roberts (National Tour). As Associate Director: Hetty Feather (West End & UK Tour), Macbeth (Filter Theatre). Nik is also a National Theatre Connections Director.

ABOUT THE WRITER

South West based writer Miriam Battye was shortlisted for the 2011 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting with her first play, I STARTED A FIRE. She has been a part of the Royal Court Young Writers and Invite Only Group and was part of the first BBC Drama Room cohort in 2016 and she is a writer on attachment at the Bristol Old Vic. Theatre credits include: Electricity (National Youth Theatre), Trip The Light Fantastic (Bristol Old Vic), The People (Theatre Royal Bath Ustinov), The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (the egg) and Pancake Day (The Bunker). She also writes regularly for young audiences and has recently written for CBBC.