Theatre503 and Scatterjam present
Please, Feel Free to Share is a dynamic, darkly comic, one-woman show about our personal addictions, the never-ending pursuit of ‘likes’ and our growing desire to share all.
Alex is a social success. Her Instagram boasts a montage of members-only rooftops, inexplicably sunny days and clinking glasses – like after like after like! When her father dies, Alex reluctantly joins a bereavement group. She shares a little, and then lies… a lot. And it feels good – like the ‘likes’, but live, and just like that, Alex is hooked.
Please, Feel Free to Share is brought to you by Scatterjam, a female-led performance company who are committed to creating innovative shows that actively challenge commonly held preconceptions and celebrate the comedic potential of doing so. They are the makers of the ★★★★★, Offie-Nominated play When It Happens. www.scatterjam.co.uk
Please, Feel Free To Share is a Co-Production between Theatre503 and Scatterjam.
Runtime: Approx 55 minutes
Age Guidance: 14+
Content warnings: The play discusses grief, contains strong language and a mild sexual reference.
Rachel Causer is a writer originally from Cornwall, now living in London. Rachel has completed writing courses at Theatre503, The Arcola and the Criterion Theatre’s New Writing Group 2020.
Recent credits include: Stalemate (The Bunker & The Pleasance), Scintilla (LPOG, Southwark Playhouse) Like & Subscribe (Theatre 503) Ammonite (Commission - Small Truth Theatre for Kensington Karavan) Lippy (The Warren, Brighton Fringe - Finalist Best Newcomer 2018) When It Happens (Tristan Bates, Offie-Nominated 2020). Her most recent play and screenplay Please, Feel Free to Share was (top 4%) BBC Drama Room 2020 (top 50) BBC Drama Academy, a Finalist for FilmMarket Hub’s Screenwriting Pilot Contest 2021 and will receive a full run at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh 2022. She’s an associate writer with FLUX theatre and represented by Eva at SayleScreen.
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