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Toby Hulse

TOBY HULSE

  

Nationality:    British
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Literary Agent:    Plays for Young Audiences

Toby Hulse is a playwright and director who specializes in making Theatre for family audiences and in educational contexts. He has created work for Theatres and companies across the UK, touring nationally and internationally. In addition to his work in Theatres, Toby is a highly skilled creative practitioner, whose work ranges from one-off workshops to longer term partnerships, projects and residencies, with children and adults at all stages of their creative development. He is a regular Guest Tutor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, teaching Improvisation, Clowning and Children's Theatre. Between September 1999 and March 2004, Toby was Associate Director of education at Bristol Old Vic. He devised and directed professional Theatre projects for schools; produced resources and led events supporting Bristol Old Vic productions; and created and ran workshops on Theatre practice and history for children, young people and adults.

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        Abraham and Isaac         Arabian Nights         Around the World In 80 Days         Bath Time         Brunel         Chatterbox, The         Christmas Carol, A         Clockwork         Grandmother's Footsteps         Gulliver's Travels         Heroes and Zeros         Home Delivery         Jack and the Beanstalk         Javier, Maria And Me         Life Savings         Little History Of The World, A         Little Hope         Lost World, The         Midsummer Night's Dream, A         Nativity - Bristol Fashion, The         No Loud Bangs         Nutshell Nutcracker         On This Side         Romeo And Juliet         Sinbad the Sailor         the Boy, The Baby And Loads Of Silly Noises (But No Loud Bangs. . .)         Tinderbox, The         Treasure Island         Twelfth Night         War Game         Wind In the Willows, The



Abraham and Isaac

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Based on "The Durham Mysteries"

1st Produced:
The Gala, Durham     2010

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Arabian Nights

Synopsis:
Long, long ago, in a faraway land of mystery and wonder, a cruel king listens as a beautiful princess tells him stories - magical tales of princes and fishermen, flying horses and fabulous treasures, talking animals and powerful genies. Will she find the one story that will save them both, and fill his heart with joy and love? Or is she doomed to die, and the king to remain forever alone? Full of mystical creatures, magical transformations and enchanting music, expect a show crammed full with delights and surprises drawn from one of the greatest collection of stories ever.

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Watermill Theatre Company

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Christmas Show 105 min

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  24 characters (originally performed with 6 actors)

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Around the World In 80 Days

Synopsis:
the story begins with a bank robbery by a mysterious figure. then we are introduced to Mr. Fogg, honest-looking, well-turned out and with good teeth. He is accompanied by his newly-acquired valet, Mr. Passepartout. Hot in their pursuit is the detective Fix of Scotland Yard, who thinks that Fogg is the man who robbed the bank. This mad-cap adventure quickly moves along on a succession of locomotives, steamers, and hilarity.

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adapted from Jules Verne's novel

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Bath Time

Synopsis:
Bath time - it's all about getting clean, right? Wrong! Bath time is for splashing about, singing down the plughole, shouting up the taps and making bubble beards. a magical and perfectly silly show celebrating the games we all play in the bath - in words, music, dance and puppets, with lots of chances to join in.

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1st Produced:
Oxford Playhouse     01 Jun 2010

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Genre:
Childrens play

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Brunel

Synopsis:
a joyous celebration of the life, times and monumental achievements of Isambard Kingdom Brunel -the man who helped to build modern Britain.

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Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

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Play/Drama

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Chatterbox, The

Synopsis:
the rusty key in Billy's hand not only unlocks his missing Grandfather's shed but is the opening to an extraordinary detective story, tracing the stolen pieces from some of the greatest, and worst, writing in the world. Puppets, film and weird effects create a compelling theatrical treat for anyone over the age of 6.

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Pickled Image (in collaboration with Bristol Old Vic)

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TYA

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Christmas Carol, A

Synopsis:
Ebenezer Scrooge's transformation through one night of ghosts from Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Be. Andrew and his family decide to spend Christmas at their Aunts' country cottage in a bid to drag their brother out of his "Bah, Humbug" Christmas feeling. The house, however, has ideas of its own in this wonderful retelling of Dickens' timeless classic. When a power cut threatens to ruin their 'grown-up' family Christmas, they decide to tell each other one of the most well known Christmas tales which, with the magic of the season and Hulse's wonderful storytelling style, brings out the inner child in all three siblings and fun is all that can be had.

Notes:
from book by Charles Dickens

1st Produced:
Bristol: Alma Tavern Theatre     18 Dec 2014

Organisations:
Idle theme productions

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TYA

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Clockwork

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Based on the novel "Clockwork or All Wound Up" by Philip Pullman

1st Produced:
Southwark Playhouse, London     2000

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Grandmother's Footsteps

Synopsis:
A grandmother helps her grand daughter when her mother dies

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1st Produced:
Rehearsed Reading Bristol Old Vic    

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Genre:
Youth play

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Gulliver's Travels

Synopsis:
This new adaptation of GULLIVeR's TRaVeLS by the South West Dramatist Toby Hulse uses only three actors, a dinner table and a mountain of books, in a tour de force of theatrical storytelling. the Spitting Image of its time, GULLIVeR's TRaVeLS remains as viciously funny and as outrageously truthful as the day that it was first published

Notes:
from Book by Johathan Swift

1st Produced:
The Neeld Hall, Chippenham     13 May 2010

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Heroes and Zeros

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Genre:
Childrens play

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Home Delivery

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Genre:
Play/Drama

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Male:  4            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Jack and the Beanstalk

Synopsis:
Jack some Mexican dancing beans and a giant

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1st Produced:
Southwark Playhouse, London     06 Dec 2013

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Genre:
Pantomime

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Javier, Maria And Me

Synopsis:
the Basque children are the war's first evacuees, separated suddenly from their homes and forced to rely on the kindness of strangers. Javier, Maria and Me is a play by Toby Hulse. Based on their own accounts and memories it tells, using play, music and bold storytelling of the children's first months in england and of the strength and courage of young people surviving the awful consequences of adult actions.

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1st Produced:
The Point, Eastleigh     11 Oct 2007

Organisations:
the Point Young People's Theatre

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Life Savings

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1st Produced:
Theatre Royal, Bath    

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Little History Of The World, A

Synopsis:
Not just a story, but our story, the story that we call the history of the world. Shall we begin?' - E. H. Gombrich. This new play based on the international bestseller, available in twenty-five languages, takes us on a whistle-stop tour through the centuries from the big bang to the present day. Discover great works of art, meet colourful historical figures,learn of wars, scientific discoveries and the extraordinary achievements of mankind,and its frailties. From the Stone Age to the atomic bomb, Ilse, Walter and Ernst Gombrich lead you with infectious enthusiasm through the fascinating, entertaining and heart-warming story of the world.

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based on the work of E H Gombrich

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adaptation

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Little Hope

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1st Produced:
The Point, Eastleigh     2008

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Lost World, The

Synopsis:
bring your torches and get involved with this exploration of the depths.

Notes:
written by Toby Hulse And Vicky Andrews From Arthur Conan Doyle

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Roustabout

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Genre:
Play/Drama

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Male:  3            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Midsummer Night's Dream, A

Synopsis:
In an Edwardian nursery, seven children decide to put on a play. they piece together A Midsummer Night's Dream, the funny love story surrounding the marriage of theseus and Hippolyta, four young and confused lovers, a play within the play, and the fairies that mess everything up.

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Original Playwright - Shakespeare, Adapted by Toby Hulse

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Genre:
adaptation 55 min

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  7 actors

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Nativity - Bristol Fashion, The

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1st Produced:
Uk Tour     2009

Organisations:
BOV Theatre

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No Loud Bangs

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Genre:
TYA

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Male:  2            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Nutshell Nutcracker

Synopsis:
This magical and darkly enchanting new version of the Yuletide tale weaves together story, dance and music to cast a festive spell in intimate surroundings. Toys come to life, evil mice declare battle and what adult or child can resist a sleigh ride to the land of sweets?

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devised ny Toby Hulse; composer: Jez Butler, Tchaikovsky

1st Produced:
Weston-super-Mare: Theatre at the Bay     10 Dec 2015

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Genre:
dance theatre

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Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  -

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On This Side

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1st Produced:
Roustabout, Bristol     2008

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Romeo And Juliet

Synopsis:
Shakespeare's tragic romance of the Montagues versus the Capulets, with the star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet caught in the middle. This play begins with emily, a young contemporary girl who discovers a book of Romeo and Juliet. As she begins to read, the characters come out of the book to enact the story. emily thinks that the tale will end like all of her well-loved Disney movies, but she learns that not all stories have a happy ending. "Few have come up with [a Shakespeare adaptation] that works better, or even nearly as well as this adaptation by Toby Hulse&This production brings much enjoyment to the audience, and provides them with an admirable introduction to a great play". - This Is Bristol, UK

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Original Playwright - Shakespeare, Adapted by Toby Hulse

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adaptation 55 min

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Sinbad the Sailor

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Uk Tour     2007

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Genre:
Pantomime

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the Boy, The Baby And Loads Of Silly Noises (But No Loud Bangs. . .)

Synopsis:
When Jake's baby sister was born, Mum told him there would be a few changes around the house. But he never expected anything like this! So, spurred on by his friends Clown, Giraffe, Peggy and Rabbit, Jake heads off on a mysterious adventure to discover what these changes are all about. . .

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music by John O'Hara

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Bristol Old Vic

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Tinderbox, The

Synopsis:
In recognition of the bicentennial of the birth of Hans Christian anderson, six stories have been drawn together for the theatre School in an exciting adaptation by Toby Hulse. Four well-known tales: the Tinderbox, Little Match Girl, the Ugly Duckling and Red Shoes combine with lesser-known; the Shadow and Pa always Does the Right Thing, to firm this rich and creative producition - a treasure trove for both children and adults

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adapted from book by Hans Christian Anderson

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Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

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Treasure Island

Synopsis:
Shiver me timbers, landlubbers, pin back your ears and Ill tell you a tale of mysterious strangers, mutinous pirates and buried treasure. Come aboard the good ship Hispaniola with me, cabin boy Jim Hawkins, and well sail across the seas on the hunt for Captain Flints hidden gold. Well outwit that old seadog, the notorious pirate Long John Silver and his madcap crew, but watch out for the black spot! Calling pirate girls and boys everywhere, heave-ho me hearties, were off on an action-packed, exciting, adventure! Don't forget to throw on your pirate costume and join in with the fun.

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By Robert Louis Stevenson, Adapted by Toby Hulse, Original music by Simon Slater

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Genre:
adaptation

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Male:  4            Female:  2            Other:  doubling

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Twelfth Night

Synopsis:
An introduction to Shakespeare with a healthy dose of good old-fashioned nonsense for all ages. Olivias in love with a memory. Malvolio is in love with himself. Orsinos in love with love. And then you have Viola, a cross-dressing girl that mixes everyone up. This play is narrated by a contemporary Feste, who helps explain what is going on throughout. "This version is specifically adapted for the understanding of younger audiences with a mix of bold storytelling, imaginative staging and the power and beauty of the original text". - theatre Bristol, UK

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Original Playwright - Shakespeare, Adapted by Toby Hulse

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Genre:
adaptation 55 min

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War Game

Synopsis:
GOAL! Will saw the ball hit the back of the net. . .War Game tells the story of the opening months of the First World War through the eyes of a village football team who sign up, train, are despatched to the Front and then play in the famous Christmas Day match across No Man's Land. Inspired by Michael Foreman's novella for young readers, this devised adaptation is timed to be part of the centenary memorials of the start of World War 1.

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Genre:
devised adaptation

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Wind In the Willows, The

Synopsis:
Ratty and his new friend Mole idle away the hours on the river bank little knowing that they, along with wise Mr Badger, are about to embark on a glorious adventure. In pursuit of his latest obsession, the motor car, the incorrigible Mr Toad turns their tranquil life upside down and lands himself in a whole heap of trouble - poop poop! an exciting tale unfolds as the friends try to outwit the weasels of the Wild Wood and fight to reclaim Toad Hall for its rightful owner.

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By Kenneth Grahame, Adapted by Toby Hulse, Original music by Simon Slater

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Genre:
adaptation 105 min

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Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  16 characters (originally performed with 6 actors)

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