• Giant steps
    Giant steps Welcome to Giant Steps.The company founded in 2008 by Director Roland Jaquarello to present a variety of new and challenging plays
  • Giant steps
    Giant steps Welcome to Giant Steps.The company founded in 2008 by Director Roland Jaquarello to present a variety of new and challenging plays
  • Giant steps
    Giant steps Welcome to Giant Steps.The company founded in 2008 by Director Roland Jaquarello to present a variety of new and challenging plays
  • giant steps
    giant steps Welcome to Giant Steps website. Giant Steps was founded by Roland Jaquarello in 2008 to present a variety of new and challenging plays.
  • giant steps
    giant steps Welcome to Giant Steps website. Giant Steps was founded by Roland Jaquarello in 2008 to present a variety of new and challenging plays.

 

 

 

Roland Jaquarello has directed the following representing Giant Steps:

Radio Reviews




Dolly by Christopher Douglas.

A fascinating slice of history.
- The Guardian.

Christopher Douglas's touching play.
- The Observer

It's hard to decide who's more despicable in this drama based on real events that forbade the talented Basil D'Oliveira from taking the field with white players in his country of birth, or the cricket administrators so delighted for him to bat and bowl for England after he emigrated in 1960.
- Radio Times.

A Family Affair by Michael Dobbs

A play about the last phase of Mrs Thatcher's time at 10 Downing Street, a good listen, an ingenious patchwork of known fact, personal testimonies and parallel fictions. Claire Higgins made Mrs Thatcher believable without turning her into a ghastly waxwork. Stephen Moore played Denis with style and sympathy. Roland Jaquarello directed neatly.
- The Daily Telegraph.





A Whistle In The Dark by Tom Murphy.

A classic Irish play about an immigrant Irish family in Coventry in the early 60s and how their legacy of violence leads to family tragedy with John Kavanagh, Aidan McCardle, Martin McCann, Denis Conway, David Wilmot, Garrett Lombard, Ruaidhri Conroy and Emma Amos.
Winner of an Irish Playwrights and Screenwriters Guild Zebbie Award 2011 for Best Radio Script.



Charles and Mary by Carlo Gebler.

With Paul Rhys, Lia Williams, Anna Carteret, Dudley Sutton, Mark Bazeley, Christine Kavanagh,
Sam Dale and Michelle Riordan

 This masterful new play. Like the Lambs' own Tales From Shakespeare, gentle beautifully crafted prose is suddenly invaded by moments of terror. Paul Rhys and Lia Williams play the siblings with empathy and a sprinkling of humour and the twist at the end is sheer genius.
- Radio Times.

Swimming at the Ritz Promo

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Giant Steps will present Where The Shot Rabbits Lay by Brad Birch, directed by Roland Jaquarello, at The White Bear Theatre from September 10 - 29 2013 (Tuesday - Sunday).
Booking: Tel: 020 7793 9193 or online via the theatre website HERE

Reviews

Enduring Freedom
by Anders Lustgarten.
Finborough Theatre 2008
'Heart, urgency and thrilling lick of the new.....this feisty production
- Time Out.
With a backdrop of stonewashed US flag and soundtracked by Springsteen, Dylan and Young,
Enduring Freedom is a thoughtful meditation,
on loss and differing notions of patriotism.
'
- Morning Star.
Led by Roland Jaquarello his confident interpretation brings power to the piece.'
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