Listen to writer Tony Earnshaw’s interview with Surrey Hills Community Radio about Damn Cheek’s production of Passion for the Planet, coming to Mole Valley in October 2023.
We’re thrilled to learn that Mole Valley Arts E-Live festival 2020 has been shortlisted in the National Campaign for the Arts (NCA) Hearts for the Arts Awards!
Help us raise the funding we need for this exciting community project in Gateshead, by sponsoring Darren in the 2020 London Marathon!
Artistic Director Darren Cheek talks about the company’s voyage into online productions in 2020, including staging Little Brother on 21 October.
Hear writer Tony Earnshaw’s thoughts about his new play Little Brother, writing and sibling relationships in this 5-minute interview with podcaster, Stephen Thompson.
To celebrate National Poetry Day, our own Tony Earnshaw reads 2 of his poems for Surrey Libraries: Recovery and Newlands Corner.
Join Damn Cheek Artistic Director Darren Cheek and Stephen Thompson in their new ‘quite brilliant’ podcast, Nothing to See Here.
Over the next few weeks (and possibly beyond), Damn Cheek Artistic Director Darren Cheek will co-present a new online series of interviews with our friends at Relational Spaces. Called My Other Self, these free live Zoom interviews will explore the ‘other lives’ of people now working as counsellors and psychotherapists: from pop stars to ex-Rambert dancers, from actors to Bollywood writers.
Tony Earnshaw’s novel Blessed Assurance has won the Red Ribbon from the Wishing Shelf book awards.