This whole case makes me think of that book Lord of the Flies
About 25 years ago, Lord of the Flies
was a book I really didn't want to read.
Lord of the Flies
plays | |Birmingham Rep from November 3-7 and then Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry from February 23-27.
| Clockwise, from top, Meera Syal, who has adapted her novel Anita And Me |for the stage; Beryl, Maxine Peake's first play about an unsung cyclist and Lord Of The Flies
, the classic tale of a group of boys and their struggle for survival and (left) Tim Pigott-Smith in King Charles III
Following sell-out performances in London, Regent's Park Theatre's production of Lord Of The Flies
will run for one week from November 23 to 28.
It's a shot from Swan Lake that you see before the closing credits in Billy Elliot, the film - and there are shades of Billy Elliot in this latest venture, an adaptation of William Golding's 1954 novel, Lord of the Flies
IN true Billy Elliot style, 24 boys from across South Wales and surrounding areas have been selected to perform Lord Of The Flies
at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff next week - despite not having had any past experience of dance.
SIXTEEN boys from the North East will take to the stage with professional dancers as Lord of the Flies
arrives in Newcastle.
Most art is designed to shock and it is no coincidence that study of the classic novel Lord Of The Flies
has long been part of the school syllabus.
Extracts from William Golding's Lord of the Flies
and a novel by Ernest Hemingway were also marked down by a US program designed to assess students' essays.
The idea echoes William Golding's novel Lord Of The Flies
in which a group of castaway boys resort to savagery.
Lord Of The Flies
is the type of production which attracts school parties.