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Judi Amato and Theatre503 present...

FLUFF

Written by Tayla Kenyon and James Piercy
Directed by Danäe Cambrook
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It’s time for Fluff to do the ultimate puzzle… her life.

But Fluff hates puzzles; especially sudoku. She never knows which number goes where, why there’s a half eaten birthday cake and why this woman keeps visiting her room. As she
navigates her way through her most treasured and darkest memories, Fluff desperately needs to piece together her life; story by story, person by person. This darkly comedic play
explores memories and the choices we make in life.

Teepee Productions was founded by co-writers James Piercy and Tayla Kenyon, who met online during a writing course. The two enjoyed each other’s writing and decided to work together, thus, there first creation ‘FLUFF’ was born.

Teepee Productions prides itself in work that caters to communities and explores the complexity of human nature and relationships. They love to produce character driven work with witty, truthful dialogue, relatable to a range of audiences, asking them to reflect on the world we live in. They currently have several projects in development.
FLUFF, is proud to be supported by W3RT, Alzheimer’s Society, Trauma Breakthrough UK and Herts Musical Memories.

Running time: 75 minutes

Age guidance: 15+

Content Warnings: This show contains themes that some audience members may find distressing. If this sounds like it could apply to you, you can view the content information by clicking the hyperlink.

Tayla Kenyon and James Piercy

Tayla Kenyon trained at the Manchester school of Theatre. Since Graduation Tayla has gone on to work in film and Theatre. In 2019 she won The Derek Awards Best individual performance for her work in ‘Genesis: The Mary Shelley Play’ at Edinburgh Fringe and in 2023 Best Performance for ‘Fluff,’ at Birmingham Fringe Fest.

James Piercy is a writer and director from Birmingham. His debut play ‘Waiting for Garbo’ was performed at the Crescent Theatre, as a part of the Birmingham Theatre Festival, garnering rave reviews. Several of his one act plays have been performed in cities all around the UK. He has written and directed several short films, including ‘The Echo Chamber’ which was awarded best LGBTQ film at the Sydney Indie Short Festival.

Dates

Monday 22 July Mon 22 Jul 19:30 Book Now
Tuesday 23 July Tue 23 Jul 19:30 Book Now
Artistic Team
Writer
Tayla Kenyon and James Piercy
Director
Danäe Cambrook
Producer
Judi Amato
Dramaturgs
Sally Wood & Rosie Snell
Sound Designer
Markos Beebe
Cast
Fluff
Tayla Kenyon

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