Had a great day filming at the Otley Court House recently. This is a venue that puts on some great shows for the community and also has some old prison cells. I had the privilege of filming some scenes for a production called The Fox Hole at the venue.
This is a new show written and produced by two young local chaps with a slightly disturbing interest in Freudian psychology and the darker side of Victorian life. All I know is that this is half stage play and half cinema. Some of it filmed in the cells and other scenes will be shot on the moors. They say it will be challenging and give an insight into victorian attitudes towards abortion and other difficult subjects.
For my part I enjoyed the challenge of lighting and filming in this unusual place with some crazy people. The Fox Hole will be on at The Court House Theatre some time in January.