COMMON PEOPLE weaves together six stories and over thirty characters to present a dramatic, humorous and sometimes magical tale of romance, crisis and adventure on one of London's luscious commons. With raw, funny and compelling performances from a talented ensemble of actors aged seven to seventy, COMMON PEOPLE touches on many of the issues affecting ordinary people today in a heartfelt, poignant and ultimately uplifting celebration of everyday humanity. Written by
Darin McLeod (Producer)
Because life is a walk in the park.
Did You Know?
Producer/Directors, Stewart Alexander and Kerry Skinner appeared on BBC quiz Pointless. They reached the final and won the £1,000 jackpot, and a Pointless trophy, by finding actors from Cult indie films. The films were: Lost In Translation, The Royal Tenenbaums and Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. Their answers Angelica Houston scored 6 and Elijah Wood scored 3 but Kristen Dunst was pointless, earning them the prize. See more