Anyone who read Lord of the Flies
in school will remember Piggy more than any other character.
Lord of the Flies
is at the Theatre Royal until Saturday.
"Inspiring young people to get involved in the arts is a primary focus of our 10th anniversary programme, so I'm thrilled that Lord Of The Flies
provides the newly chosen young cast with the opportunity to perform on our main stage," he said.
Kate Pilbeam, one of two Lord of the Flies
ambassadors who have led the workshops, said: "We have met so many talented boys and young men over the last few weeks.
The system criticised Lord of the Flies
for "inaccurate and erratic sentence structure" while Ernest Hemingway's The End of Something was said to show "lack of care in style of writing and vocabulary".
Donald's book is fiction, a modern reworking of William Golding's Lord of the Flies
. She makes no bones about her characters' antecedents - 'Ever read Lord of the Flies
?' said Rohini .
"It's somewhere between Lord of the Flies
and The Blair Witch Project," Keeto said of his latest film which stars three of his pals and features a guest appearance by Keeto's mum, Bettina.
1954 A scene from the 1963 movie Lord of The Flies
NOVELIST William Golding's classic novel Lord Of The Flies
was published in Britain.
| Liverpool Everyman, Hope Street, February 5-27, 0151 709 4776 Lord of the Flies
Another classic being brought to the stage, William Goulding's tale was a critical success for the Regent's Park Theatre, in London.
LET'S hear it for the boys - firsttime dancers from across the region are being put through their paces during final rehearsals for new Matthew Bourne spectacular Lord of the Flies
, which opens at Newcastle Theatre Royal next week.
Down on Earth, former Neighbours actress Eliza Taylor plays Clarke who leads a search party to find food and much else besides as some futuristic, mixed sex, Lord Of The Flies
While the vibe is meant to recall Lord Of The Flies
, Stand By Me and the little-seen Mean Creek, the result is considerably less impressive.