SpaceDating: It Just Takes One

Tell us about yourself….

Theatre With Teeth have been bringing original work to the Fringe for seven years.

Funny, charming, a little provocative. I don’t take myself too seriously. Likes sitting in front of the TV with a good box set, and eating Iceland’s mozzarella sticks.

Do you come here often?

Theatre With Teeth have been bringing original work to the Fringe for seven years. For the writers, Charlotte Evans and Alfie Mulroy, this is their first venture to the Fringe. Fingers crossed they don’t balls it up.

Who do you most want to meet at the festival?

I’ve heard Samantha Baines is going to be there. She’s cool. It’d also be great to meet someone who likes a good laugh and doesn’t regard the Kardashian’s too highly. (Those people are quite rare nowadays, aren’t they?)

Early to rise or late to bed?

I don’t believe that you should choose. Not at the Fringe anyway. Sleep when you’re dead, or in September. Yeah, wake me up when September ends.

Are you monogamous to EdFringe, or do you date other festivals?

Unfortunately, promiscuity is in my nature. We’ll be at the Poltimore Festival in Devon on June 5th, but come August, I’m all yours.

Can we get a second date?

Do you have Mozzarella sticks?

Show name: It Just Takes One

Production company: Theatre With Teeth

Venue: [email protected] Street (Upper)

Dates & Times: 15th – 27th August 12-1pm

Twitter Handle: @TWT_IJTO

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/It-Just-Takes-One-211018169270821/?fref=ts

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