Some projects begin life as a stage production, sometimes not. Some start life as just one tune, and then more follow to illustrate a particular theme of controversy. By the nature of politics ever-changing - they say "a week is a long time in politics" - therefore the nature of political satire can also change rapidly, what was relevant to focus on one month may need to shift next month to remain current and relevant.
Where 'Joan Of Kent' was a great success whilst High Speed One was being built through the county of Kent, and although the essence remains the same it would need to be rewritten for a current production which will challenge High Speed Two.
With the exciting contemporary dimensions of multi-media a new concept may begin life for example as a concert version or small stage show, and then metamorphosise to be more relevant to its target audience, for example online via blogs, YouTube, or it's own dedicated website. Or, indeed the other way around!
The Sloane Strikes Back
The Sloane Strikes Back - returns as the revival of a popular HL hit, which explores our perennial fascination with ‘class’, portrayed on the stage with an improbable plot, unshakeable songs and pithy dialogue. Renewed and modernised for a new century. Unashamed entertainment.
The Wind Thing
'The Wind Thing' began life as a stage production and still can work as a show. However with a shift in the political agenda regarding wind farms and renewables here we are experimenting with new online ideas. Similarly with 'Dolby Blog', he's growing and changing to remain relevant to a contemporary audience without the expense of mounting a full-length stage production.
The Suit And Tie Revue
'The Suit And Tie Revue' - an elegant all male sartorial distraction. Charting the lows and highs of the single man’s life through, sketch, comedy and song.