Joanne Blunt in association with Theatre503 presents

Edinburgh Previews 2018: Decibels

Written by Elaine Fellows
Directed by Grace Taylor
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£10 Adult Standard

RUNNING TIME: 50 min

“I remember thinking, if this is what adult life is like then bring it on!… It’s not.” Stephanie’s life is a little ridiculous and a lot awkward. Decibels is a new one-woman, touching comedy exploring how we deal with loss.

Stephanie, a twentysomething who has just moved to the city for a fresh start. She takes us through the disaster that is her life so far – drunken sex, awkward waxes, the list goes on. Now’s her chance to become a new woman with her own place and a cure for her box-set addiction. But something still feels like it’s missing and it’s not just a boyfriend. A touching comedy exploring how we deal with loss.

Elaine developed the piece while training at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Since the 15 minute version was born at Guildhall, Elaine has been fortunate enough to take the show on quite a journey of development. The Edinburgh Fringe will mark Decibel’s full-length debut!

Elaine Fellows

Elaine Fellows is an actress and writer, originally from Southport in the north west. She moved to London in 2012 to train at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has stuck around ever since. Although the course was a training for actors, it was at Guildhall that Elaine realised she also have a passion for writing and comedy. In her final year she was given the opportunity to write and perform a 15 minute solo piece which was later picked up by The English Theatre in The Hague. Two years and multiple scripts later, Decibels was born. This is the debut of Elaine’s first full length one woman show.

Dates

Sunday 22 July Sun 22 Jul 20:45 Book Now
Artistic Team
Writer
Elaine Fellows
Director
Grace Taylor
Producer
Joanne Blunt
Cast
Cast
Elaine Fellows

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