Ask Pullman
Posted on by Ian

The stage adaptation of Philip Pullman’s ‘The Scarecrow and his Servant’ will be opening on December 10th at the Southwark Playhouse, and to mark the occasion, the BBC is giving people the opportunity to submit questions which will be put to Pullman. You can submit questions here.

Edit: You can now read the published questions and answers here.

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10 Responses to Ask Pullman

  1. Damn, the ferret stole my cheese says:

    Plese hurry up with some news, that we CARE about. Mayby do some more competetions, or try and get more people to do some fan art, or ad some games to the website, open a hop to buy merchindiz.. DO SOMETHING!

  2. Ian says:

    Your email address isn’t necessary as we have your IP address. If you would like to forward your credit card details we would be more than happy to put on more competitions. We have a shop.

  3. Skye says:

    And besides, this IS news that I care about. I’m always interested to read Pullman’s answers to questions, of any sort.

  4. James says:

    Totally agrees with Skye.
    Don’t be so impertinent.

  5. Greg says:

    Totally agrees with both Skye and James.
    And nice use of imperinent James.

  6. Kinders says:

    I keep posting more news in the comments but nobody is picking the stories up. Here’s another:

  7. Skye says:

    Maybe you could try emailing the links, Kinders?
    I’m sure they don’t check the comments every day.

  8. blacksatindancer says:

    Q: ‘Do you know if and when The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass will made into films?’

    PhilipPullman: ‘I doubt whether they will now. The film lost so much money in the US that I think the studio will be very careful about making a sequel.’

  9. Skye says:

    He answered my question!
    Wasn’t much of an answer, but still!

  10. blacksatindancer says:

    HDM to be staged at the Birmingham REP:

    ‘Following its run in Birmingham, The REP will tour His Dark Materials to Salford, Oxford, Bromley, Northampton, Edinburgh and Leeds.’