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Keli

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh presents

KELI

Conceived, Composed and Written by Martin Green
Co-created and directed by Wils Wilson.
 

This fictional story of a talented but troubled young horn player stars Anna Russell-Martin, with a sonorous score recorded by a bespoke band including principal players from Black Dyke, Grimethorpe, Fairey and Brighouse, and featuring BBC Young Musician of the Year, Sheona White as “the voice of Keli” on tenor horn.

Martin Green has spent the last year immersing himself in brass banding, surrounded by the communities, the competition and the legacy of coal. Inspired by the resilient, creative individuals he has met, he’s produced  a three-part BBC documentary, LOVE, SPIT AND VALVE OIL, a new piece of music Split The Air and this  Audio Drama,Keli, commissioned by The Lyceum and created with Lyceum associate artist Wils Wilson with whom Martin made last year's acclaimed audio drama The Portal.

Contains strong language and adult themes


Funded by PRS Foundation, Creative Scotland, The Marchus Trust.Keli has been commissioned by The Lyceum.

Cast and Credits

CAST

in alphabetical order

Willie James Cosmo
MG Martin Green
Storyteller  Edie Green
Klara Sandra Kassman
Bus Driver Jamie Kenna
Lady Snaresgrove Liz Kettle
Amy Laura Lovemore
Brian Billy Mack
Policeman/Compere Ross Mann
Jayne Carmen Pieraccini 
Kelli Anna Russell Martin 
Saskia Gemma Stroyan 

 

CREATIVE TEAM

Writen and Created by Martin Green
Directed and Co-created by Wils Wilson
Music composed by Martin Green
Score Orchestrated by Benjamin Woodgates
Sound Effects Eloise Whitmore
Music recorded by and audio drama mixed by Calum and Cameron Malcolm
Producer Martin Atkinson
Assistant Producer Mikaela Atkins Blake
Production Manager Louis Blatherwick
Script Editor Kate Leys

Commissioned by The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Shetland Arts 
Executive Producer for Lepus Productions: Martin Atkinson
Created by Lepus Productions
KELI contains elements of The Servant by Hermynia Zur Mühlen and translated by Jack Zipes.

With thanks to
Sandy Butler
Jon Calvert
Bilge Yilmaz
Becca Gaskell

Dates, Times & Prices

TUES 26 & WED 27 APRIL, 7pm

TICKETS £15 / £17.50 Household