St. Anne Comes Home

Writer & Composer:

Jack Miles

Director:

Martha Geelan

Musical Supervisor:

Joe Beighton

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Plot

London can be lonely

But on the steps of St. Anne's Church, two people strike up an unlikely friendship. James has spent years running away from his problems, while Bridget is trapped by hers. 

Told through original folk music, St. Anne Comes Home is a story about community, fear and forgiveness, that explores how reaching out might help us find our way. 

Following the sellout run of the outdoor production in August 2020, WWP is excited to present the show inside the Actors' Church in April 2021. 

Philosophy

About the show

London can be lonely. But on the steps of St. Anne's Church, two people strike up an unlikely friendship. James has spent years running away from his problems, while Bridget is trapped by hers. 

Told through original folk music, St. Anne Comes Home is a story about community, fear and forgiveness, that explores how reaching out might help us find our way. 

Era

holocene

diet

carnevore

family

hybrid

height

6.29m

length

15.53m

weight

7-8t

Main Actors

Cast

James

Jordan Castle

Bridget

Rebecca McKinnis

Russell

Dan Buckley

Video 1

Watch The Meaning of Home

Sung by Jordan Castle & Rebecca McKinnis

Creators

About the Creative Team

What has not changed


  • Buy now pay later providers are not covered under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act
  • Buy now pay later providers can start legal proceedings to seek a court judgment for a debt (if it is in default). Experience suggests that they are usually reluctant to take legal action
  • Do consider whether the credit was affordable when granted. The responsible lending provisions of the National Consumer Credit Protection Act do not apply but other obligations such as unconscionability, maladministration in the decision to provide credit or Contract Review Act (NSW only) may apply.




What do the changes mean?


  • The approach for financial hardship is going to be very similar to the approach taken before the pandemic
  • It should be easier to stop default fees and other costs
  • Waivers or reductions in debt should be available (although they will still be difficult to obtain) for people in significant long-term financial hardship
  • You need to consider immediately cancelling the direct debit for any repayment arrangement your client can no longer afford. Talk to the buy now pay later provider about different methods for making payments
  • Buy now pay later remains a low priority debt




What do you do differently?


  • Do inform the buy now pay later provider if your client has been financially affected by the pandemic
  • Do let the provider know if your client is receiving JobSeeker or JobKeeper payments
  • Do check the website of the buy now pay later provider to see what assistance is available for people financially affected by COVID-19
  • Make sure you consider the following issues in your negotiations:
    • Late fees and default/legal fees not to be charged. For example, AfterPay has told FCA that it freezes default costs when a customer asks for hardship assistance (although this promise is not on its website)
    • Repayments must be affordable
    • Do negotiate longer-term repayment arrangements if this is necessary. It is likely that making these arrangements may be difficult but you may need to insist if your client has a lot of debts
    • Negotiate a debt reduction in full and final settlement if the client has funds and the settlement would help financial stability





Creators

Show Photography

01

August 2020 Production Shots

The company that owns the park decides to open a new attraction to attract more visitors. To do this, the company's scientists are creating a new and very dangerous species of dinosaur - the indominus Rex. The first scene of the film shows two small Indominus Rex hatching from the eggs, but later only one remains, who ate the twin. 

Photos by Harry Grout

02

August Rehearsal Photography

The company that owns the park decides to open a new attraction to attract more visitors. To do this, the company's scientists are creating a new and very dangerous species of dinosaur - the indominus Rex. The first scene of the film shows two small Indominus Rex hatching from the eggs, but later only one remains, who ate the twin. 

Photos by Danny Kaan

Music

Music from St. Anne

The music is a live recordinng from the August production.

Production Specifics

About the show

Dates

12 - 17 April 2021

Venue

St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9ED

Times

7:30pm + 2:30pm

Running time

Approx 70 mins (no interval)

Age guidence

Recommended 12+

Ticket price

Bubble Bench £40 (Seats two who are bubbled together) Individual £20 (Limited availability)

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Reviews

Critical response

★★★★★

“The Beginnings of A Very Exciting Age of Theatre”

A YOUNGER THEARE

★★★★

“Pitch Perfect”

THE SPY IN THE STALLS

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