Our second show, currently in development. Or should we say...in progress...
As far back as they can remember, Jasmine and Nikhil have been in a room with a dance mat, trying to win the iconic arcade game Dance Dance Revolution. A show about friendship, success, failure, modernity, and how dancing fits into all of those things.
London, 14th September 2018 (The Yard Theatre, Live Drafts)
London, 23rd November 2018 (Camden People's Theatre)
London, 7th - 9th March 2019 (The Arcola Theatre)
London, 27th July 2019 (The Drayton Arms Theatre) BOOK NOW
Edinburgh Fringe, 2nd - 17th August 2019 (Zoo Playground) BOOK NOW
Our debut show written and performed by Alissa Anne Jeun Yi. A coming-of-age story about heartbreak, obsession, sexual assault, and learning to laugh when we don't know how to fix things.
Supported by Camden People's Theatre Arts Council England and developed through the Soho Writers' Lab 2018.
London, 11th December 2018 (Soho Theatre Rising)
London, 22nd - 26th January 2019 (Camden People's Theatre)
Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe 2018
The Shape of Things to Come Festival 2017 (Camden People's Theatre)
'Calm Down, Dear' Festival of Feminism 2018 (Camden People's Theatre)
Brighton Fringe, Go Think Big Bursary Winner 2018 (Laughing Horse, The Quadrant)
The proud blood of family, mixed-blood … the blood of brute violence.
Interweaving the voices of second-generation, bicultural UK immigrants, Blood follows an unlikely relationship between the confused, older Bonnie and the confident, younger Sayeed.
Their paths collide in the aftermath of a racially aggravated murder that shocks their community, forcing them both to reconsider their place in a post-Brexit, East-meets-West world, with unexpected results.
12 Days of Christmas Festival 2017 (The Tristan Bates)
Marlowe Playwrights Showcase 2016 (Marlowe Studio)
Writer's Prize Winner 2017 (The Chelsea Theatre)
Foreign Goods Showcase 2017 (The Arcola)
Photography: Jack Sain