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  • Throwing Stones - 'What's in your family album' a revised version of the play, by Christopher John Ball and Dean Sipling, first performed at Greenwich Playhouse in 2005. Published by Britannia Street Theatre and Arts Publishing. ISBN-13: 978-0992689902

    Published 1st November 2013. To order your copy click Throwing Stones

    Reviews of the 2005 production of Throwing Stones

    Throwing Stones - 'What's in your family album' a revised version of the play, by Christopher John Ball and Dean Sipling“Mid-life male photographer meets young, nubile female student-cum-artistic muse - so far it’s old hat. But photographer turned playwright Christopher John Ball and co-writer Dean Sipling, whose background is film and television, bring the pairing into a thoroughly contemporary world of intercepted emails, sinister insinuation and sharp retorts. Their ‘guilty until proved innocent’ plot ... is thoroughly watchable and believable - perhaps as a result of Ball’s professional insights and DS Dom Lucas’ services as police advisor to the production.” Barbara Lewis – The Stage

    “Throwing Stones has just opened at the Greenwich Playhouse and it enters the dark and perverse world of child pornography in a studied and highly creative way. Indeed, it comes close to being a totally absorbing evaluation of what some might believe is true art while others might cringe in horror at the sight of what they see is an indecent image.....Anton Krause’s direction is impeccable; Helen Chadney, Christopher Vian-Smith, Shaun Stone and Geraldine Garner generate performances which are outstanding while Laura Murphy exudes sex from every pore.” Roy Atterbury – Bexley Times

    "This is fringe theatre at its best, experimental, vaguely existential" - Clifford Thurlow - The New Nude Magazine.

    "The writers... bravely tackle this controversial subject to produce a challenging and thought-provoking modern drama." - Bromley Times

  • A series of monographs featuring the work of Christopher John Ball will be published from mid 2015 onwards. These will include a book based around the exhibition 'Blackburn a Town and its People' - news of release dates soon.
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    Archival Prints

  • Archival Fine Art Prints can be purchased direct from Christopher John Ball. Each image is printed, using pigment inks on matt paper, and signed by Christopher John Ball and embossed, within the border, with his unique stamp. For more information please e-mail: