Briefs 11 is rolling around on Wednesday, January 27, so it’s high time to introduce the faces of the actors who’ll be storming Waterloo East Theatre with the nine short plays on the line-up.

Tickets are on sale NOW from right here.

In no particular order, we have…

HELL IS A BINGO CLUB by Michael Staniforth

Hell Is A Bingo Club

Juanita Mora directs a cast of (l-r) Jonathan Cobb, Christopher Cohen, Katherine Edrupt and Thomas Wingfield in this punchy, funny scene about the kind of job interview nightmares are made of.

THE NIGHT TELLA by Sarah Milton

Sarah Milton

Multi-talented Sarah Milton performs her own piece under the direction of Sara Joyce, taking inspiration from Hilaire Belloc’s Tarantella.

FLAT SHARE PEOPLE by Roberta Morris

FlatSharePeople

Writer Roberta Morris (far right) stars as a woman with a male flatmate (Jack Gogarty) who brings a familiar girl back from a night out (Natalie Lester, centre). Max Attard directs.

DEAD LUCY by Natasha Sutton Williams

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Dead Lucy, written and performed by Sutton Williams, is about what it says on the tin in the title. It’s very dark, and very funny. Dominic McHale directs.

PAST TENSE by Shaun Kitchener

PastTense

A woman has an uncomfortable issue to confront with her best friend, who’s about to get married. Georgia Robson and Sophie Mackenzie star, while Alex Di Cuffa directs.

TIDDLYWINKS by Sonali Bhattacharyya

Tiddlywinks

Two parents (Sheila Atim, left, and Alexandra D’Sa, centre) are called in for a meeting with their kids’ teacher (Francesca Meaby, right). Rob Ellis directs.

WHAT WOULD ANDREW LINCOLN DO? by James Robert-Moore

What Would Andrew Lincoln Do

A blind date takes an assortment of twists and turns in this sweet and funny comedy, starring Jake Mitchell and writer James Robert-Moore. Joe Allan directs.

WHEN I WAKE by Milly Rolle

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A woman ponders her existence over a casual Pot Noodle in Milly Rolle’s monologue, which she performs herself under the direction of Martha Geelan.

MEAL FOR ONE by Michael Staniforth

Meal For One

Last but not least, Jamie-Rose Monk plays an over-friendly cashier and James Callas Ball an unimpressed customer in Michael Staniforth’s comedy, which Roberta Morris directs.

Briefs tickets are on sale right here, right now.

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