Feeling Gorgeous Theatre in association with Theatre503
£15 | £12 Conc. | Pay What You Can Saturday Matinee
RUNNING TIME / NOTICES: 65mins (no interval) / Production contains references to recreational drug use and sexual abuse in childhood.
Three girls. Three monologues. Meet Geri, Beth and George, a set of talking heads for a generation of frustrated Tinderers.
Cosily hidden away in her DIY den in her parents’ spare room, Geri jabs increasingly irritably at her new Tamagotchi. Why is this so bloody difficult? Though equally, why does she care so much?
Coked up Beth sits in her room watching Gemma Collins clips. She’s by herself, Sophie’s just fled – but why?
It’s Christmas day and George sits alone on the sofa dwarfed by a giant tree, surrounded by Greggs wrappers. Joel’s gone out for more cans. He’s lovely, he’s got lovely teeth. And knees. But who does George really want to spend Christmas with? And why aren’t they here?
Feeling Gorgeous Theatre want to centre characters that are truthful products of what it is to exist in London today, that are recognisable to an audience who live here, in work that is for now. Interrogating ideas about loneliness, intimacy and the swipe swipe sensibility of contemporary dating, A Tinder Trilogy returns after a sell out run as part of last year’s Camden Fringe. You can follow them on Twitter here.
Annie's first play, In Lipstick, received readings at the Arcola, Druid Theatre and in 2016 was shortlisted for the Theatre503 Award. It received a full production this January in the Main House at The Pleasance. In 2018 she co-wrote VOID which was produced at VAULT Festival by RIFT and Queen Mary University, winning a VAULT Innovation Award. She also wrote and co-directed Funemployed, which was screened at various festivals including the London Short Film Festival in 2017
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