Clamour in association with Theatre503 present
RUNNING TIME: TBC
Juniper has liked girls, only girls, for as long as she can remember. Jules didn’t realize she could like girls because no one ever told her it was an option. After meeting at a loud and boring party, Juniper and Jules soon fall in lust and in love. Jules isn’t naturally monogamous, she doesn’t think. She’s always liked to be different, and different for her, not different for everyone else. She wants to make new rules. Juniper is more interested in peace and quiet and happiness (and making sure the washing-up gets done by bedtime.) The two soon decide to explore the possibilities and challenges of polyamory.
Juniper & Jules is a play about how we lust, love, laugh, bicker and care for each other; about identities and new possibilities; about making new rules and exploring bisexuality, polyamory, and what it means to be an LGBTQ woman.
Clamour makes theatre that is rebellious, raw and joyful, focusing on perspectives, voices and narratives too often kept on the margins and in the shadows.
Steph’s debut full-length play 'Joy', a coming-of-age story about a young woman with Down’s syndrome, recently premiered at Theatre Royal Stratford East Studio and was featured on Channel 4. Other writing credits include 'Alkaline', a piece about the Islamic conversion (Park Theatre Rehearsed Reading, September 2017, directed by Sarah Meadows) and 'Bridle' (Camden People’s Theatre and King’s Head Theatre), a piece exploring new perspectives on female sexuality and control. 'Bridle' was selected for Flux Theatre’s Emerge new writing night and received workshopping by director Georgie Staight.
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