Jo Edye nominated for Norfolk Arts Award


Jo Edye has been nominated for the Theatre Award at the Norfolk Arts Awards in October.
Jo co-founded Crude Apache in 1994.
Writing, directing and producing, he cut his teeth with ‘The Street’, the story of Norwich’s Argyle Street squat, and ‘Singing the Postman’, about Norfolk musician Allan Smethurst.
Based at Norwich’s iconic Dragon Hall, he directed a string of acclaimed productions – ‘Under Milk Wood’ (2011), Arnold Wesker’s ‘Roots’ (2012), Peter Bellamy’s ‘The Transports’ (2013), ‘Macbeth’ (2014), and George F. Walkers ‘Zastrozzi’. (2016).
He was the driving force behind Crude Apache’s recent season at The Shoe Factory Social Club – a dystopian ‘Richard the Third’ and a politically charged revival of Howard Brenton’s ‘Magnificence’.
Jo is currently writing a play charting the history of the Broads Wherries.

http://www.norfolkartsawards.org/

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