Blogs tagged "theatre"

June 2019

CMC 2019: Preview – The Incredible Playable Lunchtime Show

Posted on: Monday 17 June 2019 1:56pm by Matt Bowen

Wednesday 3rd July 2019, 12:30 - 13:30 HUBS The Stage and Thursday 4th July 2019, 12:30 - 13:30 HUBS The Stage This year, the Children's Media Conference is offering up something different over your packed lunch. The Incredible Playable Lunchtime Show is an interactive video-game comedy show where you, the audience, take to the stage and play the game. Become human buttons, take on the Power Rangers, zap each other with barcode scanners and play Pac-Man using inflatable toys. The Incredible Playable Lunchtime Show is a hilarious CMC innovation which puts you at the centre and gives you the chance to unleash your inner kid. The Show is created by Alistair Aitcheson – a game developer creating mobile and tablet games,…

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March 2019

CMC Exchange @LBF: CMC @LBF 2019: Experiencing the Story

Posted on: Sunday 17 March 2019 12:33am by Simon Bor

Moderator Tim Patterson (T1M Consult) Speakers Joshua Davidson (Night Zookeeper) Alexander Parker (Selladoor) Alison Warner (Technicolor) Jenny Worton (Roald Dahl Story Company)   Takeaways The Deep goes from comic book to global success. Children can contribute their own creatures to The Night Zookeeper Elma the Patchwork Elephant follows Roald Dahl to the stage.   Tim Patterson told the audience that this session would look at how stories can leap off pages of a book to film, TV, stage and beyond. How to broaden out the brand and maybe, even make some money. First to speak was Alison Warner of Technicolor, to talk about their hit CBBC series, The Deep. They have achieved in just five years, the transformation of an…

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