Broadway Baby

Lettie is a freelance arts journalist, childrens' fiction writer and poet. She performed her first poetry one woman show in 2014 and made a short film of it in an underground toilet in Kennington. She also writes reviews of spoken word events for Sabotage Reviews and contributes to Londonist.


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Skin A Cat

Skin A Cat

Every teenager thinks they’re the only one not having sex. But for Alana, it may well be true. She really wants to, but luck is clearly not on her side. Soon she can’t help wondering: Is it this tricky for everyone else? Because no one ever said it was going to be this complicated. Continue Reading

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Underground

Underground

Following the success of Edinburgh Festival hit The Remnants: As Thyself and Threadbare, and the London transfer of Deadpan Theatre’s Get Your Sh*t Together, Shrapnel Theatre will open the VAULT Festival 2016 with Isla van Tricht’s brand new site-responsive comedy-drama Underground. Continue Reading

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The Rolling Stone

The Rolling Stone

Dembe and Sam have been seeing each other for a while. They should be wondering where this is going and when to introduce each other to their families. But they’re gay and this is Uganda. The consequences of their relationship being discovered will be explosive. Especially for Dembe, whose brother Continue Reading

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Piaf

Piaf

Legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf was dubbed the “little sparrow”. Her life took her from the streets of Paris to Carnegie Hall in an extraordinary rise to fame. But it was to prove to be a whirlwind of success and tragedy. A life lived without regret, she died at the age of 47 in 1963. Continue Reading

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Through The Mill

Through The Mill

Through the Mill chronicles the turbulent life of the legendary singer, her rise from teenager to MGM movie star, from “has-been” to concert hall darling and her short-lived career as a TV personality. On film, on stage or in people’s living rooms every Sunday evening, Garland was, and Continue Reading

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George Zach: Greek Tragedy

George Zach: Greek Tragedy

George is a Greek comedian living in the UK. Has appeared in all of the biggest clubs in the UK, as well as on BBC1's This Week (twice) and The One Show. In the UK his mates say he’s too Greek, but he’s not Greek enough for his parents abroad; he’s trying to fit in in a world he believes to be Continue Reading

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Sarai

Sarai

Sarai has been promised that she and her husband Abram will become the founders of a new nation - whose sovereignty will be established upon an old land. This new historical narrative pays homage to the courage and wisdom of this most extraordinary woman as she contends with the formidable forces of Continue Reading

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Medea

Medea

Medea’s marriage is breaking up. And so is everything else. Testing the limits of revenge and liberty, Euripides’ seminal play cuts to the heart of gender politics and asks what it means to be a woman and a wife. Continue Reading

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