Jake Orr Productions, HighTide and Live Theatre in association with Theatre503 presents
They’re trying. Despite everything. They’re really trying. They almost work together, beautifully, and the almost is intoxicating. Award-winning writer Charlotte Josephine’s new play Pops follows a father and daughter caught in a vicious cycle of addiction.
Directed by Barrel Organ’s Ali Pidsley and movement by Jennifer Jackson. Pops is visceral theatre unpicking how what’s not said affects the body.
Charlotte Josephine is an award-winning playwright and actor. Represented by Hatton McEwan Penford and The Agency. ‘Bitch Boxer’ won the Soho Theatre Young Writers Award 2012, the Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh Season 2012, the Clonmel Junction Best Theatre Award 2013, the Holden Street Theatre’s Award 2013 and the Adelaide Fringe Award 2014. “Sweat-slicked and tough, yet sweet and gifted with terrific timing” – The Times. “A pumped up underdog with a big heart” – The Independent. Charlotte’s play ‘Blush’ won The Stage Edinburgh Award 2017. “It’s riveting” The Times. “Vital theatre” The Stage. “Powerful and important theatre” The Telegraph. In 2017 Charlotte won the inaugural BBC Screenplay First Award, and was named on the BBC New Talent Hotlist. Charlotte is currently adapting ‘Bitch Boxer’ into a movie with BBC Films and ‘Blush’ into a television program with Freedom Productions. Charlotte is also currently under commission at Audible.
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