Supernatural-drama in which a boy is haunted by visions of the apocalypse and can see spritits of the dead - only to discover he is the world's unlikely hero.
"...probably the best new Brit TV of the year: a fecind blend of comic-book and gospel lore, which feels like it's made by someone who appreciates both Jesus and George Romero." Empire Magazine.
"Horror TV made by horror fans, for horror fans – a rare and beautiful thing." Den of Geek.
"raised the bar for what British horror can do" The Guardian
"Writer Jack Thorne’s skill has been to give us characters whose reaction to horrific events is all too human and whose fate we genuinely care about." Radio Times.
Jack Thorne's fantastic 60-minute monologue won him a Fringe First Award at this year's Edinbugh Festival.
Review of Bunny: Financial Times
Review of Bunny: Herald Scotland
Review of Bunny: The Independent
THIS IS ENGLAND '86
THE SCOUTING BOOK FOR BOYS
Website for The Scouting Book for Boys
Reviews for Scouting Book for Boys:
"Heartbreaking ...A sublime movie" - Baz Bamigboye, Daily Mail
"Fizzing with adolescent expectation" - Philip Wilding, Empire
“Compelling, touching and ultimately shocking” – Melissa Osborne, Dazed.
2ND MAY 1997
Video Trailer for 2nd May 1997
Reviews for 2nd May 1997:
"Rising playwright Jack Thorne takes us back in time with such quiet profundity and verve you get a burst of inspiration to match the uplift of those distant days." **** Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph
“Catches the poignancy of hope and disillusion … beautifully delivered in George Perrin’s delicate production. *** Sarah Hemming, Financial Times
“Playwright Jack Thorne elegantly refracts the early hours of Blair through three very different relationships...A superb 90 minutes.” **** Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard
Reviews for Cast Offs:
“Brilliantly observed comedy drama” – The Times
“A sharp edged satire” – The Guardian
“Extremely rude and very very funny” – Grazia
“Entertaining, witty and very sexy too” – Broadcast
Nominated: ‘Best Drama Series’, Royal Television Society Awards 2009