Natasha Cottriall and Theatre503 present
After her Mum’s sudden death Nicole is shoved head first into the world of adulthood whilst still clinging on to the end of her teenage years and desperately trying to lose her virginity! (God Save My) Northern Soul is a dark comedy about love, loss and Northern soul music.
Nicole is 19. A mixed raced only child from Wigan. She’s spent the last few years floating through college , postponed uni and now works the 12-5 fitting room shift at River Island. After her Mum dies suddenly, Nicole inherits a house , a BMW and a sandwich shop. The story follows Nicole as she tries to come to terms with her new ‘adult’ life,with the help of her straight- laced catholic Gran, chain smoking best mate Sally and flamboyant Father Smithe. All with and underscore of Northern Soul Music.
Hannah Tyrrell-Pinder Is the joint Artistic Director at Box Of Tricks. Recent directing credits include: Last Quiz Night on Earth (urban/rural tour); SparkPlug (national tour, shortlisted for Alfred Fagon Award 2018); Narvik (national tour, nominated Best New Play MTAs, winner Best New Play UK Theatre Awards 2017)
Running time: 50 minutes (no interval)
Age guidance: 14+
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Natasha has worked across screen and theatre. Notable productions include The Welkin (National Theatre) Henry VIII/ I Joan (The Globe) Beautiful (Westend) Shetland (BBC ) Vera (ITV) Moving On (BBC). This is her first time performing her own work.
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