So I have a stage premiere this month in Madrid. Intelligence is being given a short run by a fringe company at the Instituto Lope de Vega 11-13 November. It's in a double-bill called Spies along with a new play by Victor Gibson called Surveillance. Victor is also directing the double bill.
It's a stage premiere, but not exactly a premiere. It's a staging of my 2013 radio play, Here part of my Negative Signs of Progress trilogy. They've apparently restored some passages that we cut for the radio version. It struck me at the time that the play would probably work well as a stage play; it's two actors, one room, real time and relies on psychological twists and tensions. So I guess the Spanish English-speaking community are going to be the first to find out whether that's true.
To encourage student groups, there's an education pack, which you can read here.