David Farmer

David Farmer (born 9 July 1955 in London) is a theatre director, playwright, drama consultant and yoga teacher.

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David Farmer - Publications
101 Drama Games and Activities by David Farmer (published by Lulu 2007) So You Think You Know Boal by David Farmer in Teaching Drama magazine (2006) Educational and Art Form Theatre by David Farmer in ...
Kennedy Family - Family Tree
... Mary KENNEDY │ x James MOLLOY │ ├──> John KENNEDY (1804–1864), farmer │ x Mary K. 1816–1881), farmer │ x Catherine COLFER │ └──> Patrick KENNEDY (1823 in Dunganstown – November 22, 1858 in Boston), farmer x (September 26, 1849 in Boston) Bridget MURPHY (1824 in Dunganstown. 17, 1984) "Jeannie" Jean Edith OLSSON (1955) │ │ │ │ │ │ │ ├──> David Christopher Kennedy LAWFORD (1987) │ │ │ │ │ │ │ ├──> Savannah Rose LAWFORD (1990 ...
Tiebreak Theatre - Selected Productions
... Mouse and Mole (2005) by David Farmer, based on books by Joyce Dunbar ... (The Stage review ) Frog in Love (2002) by David Farmer, based on books by Max Velthuijs ... (Edinburgh Evening News review ) Jack and the Beanstalk (2000) by David Farmer, commissioned by the Lyric Hammersmith ...

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