In 2009 I set up Next Page Productions.

The company mission is to develop and present new writing which is accessible with wide appeal and which focuses
on the minutiae of modern life. We aim to present high quality new writing to diverse audiences and are pleased to have nurtured relationships 
with writers with strong credentials and innovative ideas.
We strive to attract first time theatre goers and  those who may be new to writing by promoting our work widely as well as engaging with writing organisations and more traditional theatre audiences. 
Next Page aims to challenge boundaries by not settling for putting on well known material to get the crowds in, but to whet people’s appetites and encourage them to see and experience the undiscovered talent of Midlands writers.
This means that we may have to work harder to get the people through the door but once we have done that, they will be able to explore the trivia of suburban existence through creative exploration and well constructed storytelling, that doesn’t have to lead them to a decisive ending.
We will be prepared to take those additional risks in developing new work so that the talents of East and West Midlands based artists can be witnessed.


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Reviews for 'From Me To 3792'
'This is a very impressive and down to earth solo performance. '
'A captivating script with a very special performance.'
'Caroline Nash's compelling performance draws you in immediately and has you captivated for the duration. Nash delights as Diane.'
As Diane, Caroline Nash was truly engaging; never once did you wish for another actor to appear or a melodramatic turn. Her performance was never overplayed and she quickly developed an emotional reality for the character; believable in every sense. - Helen Crutcher - Redbrick Online
'Nash soars in a performance of schizophrenic rhythms.'
Review for 'Invisible'
Directed with pace by Janice Connolly, 'Invisible' features strong performances from its leads Alison Belbin and Caroline Nash, whose relationship is both believable and poignant.
  Reviews for Rose Cottage: 
Caroline Nash is convincing as the bigot' - Paul Marston -
.....'the three actors create a genuine sense of ensemble and care' - Rod Dungate, 
  Reviews for Calling For Help
Caroline Nash as Rachel the call centre team leader plays a blinder here. - Lichfield Live ****

 Caroline Nash and Oli Leonard are perfectly suited to the roles and play off each other with an extremely believable edge. Nash moves from being a deliberately irritating person, constantly upbeat seemingly at all times, and eventually develops onto one that you latter greatly enjoy the company of. It is a really enjoyable performance. - A Small Mind At The Theatre ****

 The two dimensional figures that greeted us at the start have become real people by the end as we see the gradual changes in their characters cleverly created by Nash and Leonard - a couple of years of life distilled into 100 minutes. - Behind The Arras ****