The 16th Briefs new writing night is coming up later this week – so take a look below at what exactly is being served up.
Grab tickets here.
Extract from THE AVERAGE MAN by James Callas Ball
Two actors make their Briefs debuts in this extract from a work-in-progress by James Callas Ball: Nicholas Clarke and Stephen Mortimer. Ball also directs.
ERIKA by Roberta Morris
Morris’s latest is her first monologue; which she herself also performs – placing us in the company of a woman suffering through a London tube journey.
ET TU by Tilly Lunken
Victorine Pontillon directs Jonathan Cobb and George Turner in Lunken’s masterfully written two-hander – which comes in classic form.
GOING UNDERGROUND by Carol Cooper
Mother and daughter Jessica Turner and Kate Cooper return to Briefs with this piece by Carol Cooper, also set against the backdrop of London’s tube network.
HAIRDRESSING by Ant Cule
Ever asked your hairdresser about their most memorable customer ever? Ant Cule has – and Anca Vaida performs the result.
Extract from JELLY by Suzy Gill
Gill writes and directs the morning after the night before, with inspiration from Little Mix and performances from Evie Killip and Chris Hoskins.
THE OP by Shaun Kitchener
Rob Ellis directs a trio of Briefs debuts as a young woman awaits a major operation. Sally George, Aoife Kilbane and Georgia Taylforth star.
TESCO TRIFLE TRAGEDY by Rob Ellis
This is no ordinary trip to the supermarket. Harry Culverhouse performs Ellis’s lively monologue, with direction from Michelle Shortland.
SKAT by Ryan J Brown, Samuel Buttery and Jamie-Rose Monk
The Buttery Brown Monk trio are reunited in this typically atypical comedy, which also stars Joe Jones.
Grab tickets for Briefs on Wednesday 5th April here.