PAST PRODUCTIONS

ABSENCE

During a rainy morning in a seafront cafe, two people meet to discuss their future. Will their relationship last the day, and what remains if they part for good?  

Absence is an immersive piece of new writing that explores our attitudes towards relationships and mental health in the 21st century. 

PREVIOUSLY:

- Brighton Fringe Festival (2013)

- RADA (2013)

- Camden Fringe (2013)

- Ophelia Theatre, London (2013)

- Towner Gallery, Eastbourne (2015) 

BLACKOUT

Following a power cut in a block of flats, neighbours Mark and Tracy agree to keep each other company until their electricity returns.

 

But when the sun doesn’t rise the next morning they suspect something more sinister is occurring. Is it the effect of global warming, a scientific experiment, or something else entirely?

PREVIOUSLY:

- Brighton Fringe Festival (2014)

- Drayton Arms Theatre (2015)

CRUSHED

When three university students join a student march they hope to have their voices heard, and change the future of the education system in the UK forever.


But as the protest intensifies, they become lost in a violent storm. Will they succeed in making a statement, or will their efforts be in vain?

PREVIOUSLY:

- Brighton Fringe Festival (2015)

- King's Head Theatre (2015)

WINNER OF BEST NEW PLAY AWARD 

(Brighton Fringe 2015)

NECESSITY

Mish and Patrick have withstood redundancy, career dissatisfaction and the housing market, to settle into the tiny starter home that is their happily ever after. 

 

But a letter arrives creating an impossible decision for the couple, one that forces them to confront the legacies of things left unsaid and what it is they really need.

PREVIOUSLY:

- Brighton Fringe Festival (2016)

- Bread & Roses Theatre (2017)

BUG CAMP

Being a grownup sucks, so Lola is off to Bug Camp - armed with strawberry laces and Metallica frontman James Hetfield. And neither her best frenemy Jas nor her arch nemesis Aleine can stop her.

 

But where does that leave her grownup daughter Tilly? And what happens when hiding in the past is no longer an option?

PREVIOUSLY:

- Brighton Fringe Festival (2017)

- Theatre Utopia (2017)

WINNER OF BEST NEW PLAY AWARD 

(Brighton Fringe 2017)

TREMORS

Tom Crowe, a rising star of the Labour party, is thrown into a political scandal after an incident in a hotel room. Seeking to rebuild his image, he returns to his seaside hometown of Eastbourne to make amends.

 

But what he finds there is even more disturbing - a fractured community on the verge of imploding, besieged by vandalism and rioting. 

PREVIOUSLY:

- Old Red Lion Theatre (2016)

- King's Head Theatre (2017)

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