"The Lindfield Plays" are a series of short plays specially written by local theatre director and playwright Robin Belfield, celebrating the rich history of Lindfield. As part of this cycle of plays Robin is keen to present not only the distant past but also celebrate the more recent past too. Verbatim Theatre is a technique used to create plays using the actual words spoken by real people, rather than a work of the playwright's imagination and so Robin is keen to hear your stories of growing up in Lindfield.
- The stories and memories you have of growing up as a child, young adult or as a parent raising your own children.
- The special occasions in the village, both personal and public.
- Descriptions of the what the village used to look like and how things have changed over the years.
Any memories from 1930's up to the present day would be most welcome and may end up in the play, performed at this years Arts Festival! All submissions will remain anonymous, but please remember to include the date. You can write memories down and drop into SWALK on Lindfield High Street or you can email Robin via limepalmproductions@gmail.
com (please mark clearly with THE LINDFIELD PLAYS)