Theatre503 and Basically Theatre present
8 hours until the end of the world. A small flat in South London. 2 former school friends that haven’t spoken in 7 years, and an unjustifiable mass of electrical cables.
Cass and J have been apart for a long time, and lead very different lives, but they have one thing in common: neither is happy with where they are. When a bizarre turn of events forces them to spend a difficult night together, will they be able to find a way out of the darkness?
Basically Theatre are an emerging company of creatives from around the UK committed to experimenting with all kinds of theatre. If it’s basically theatre, we’re into it. The Last Bus to Fenchurch Street is our London debut professional stage show.
The Last Bus To Fenchurch Street is a Co-Production between Theatre503 and Basically Theatre.
Runtime: Approx 90 minutes
Age Guidance: 14+
Content warnings: Contains strong language, and discussions around mental health.
Toby Moran Mylett
Toby is a writer, director and performer. His playwriting has been chosen as part of the winning selections of plays for The ACT II Festival 2019, the 2017 and 2018 TYPify Festivals and the TYPe It Up Scriptwriting Competition 2017. He was long-listed in 2016 for The Papatango Playwriting Award, and he has written or contributed to pieces which have been performed across the UK at venues including The Arcola, Trinity LABAN and Ravensfield House. Writing credits for stage include A Murmuration of Starlings at The Arcola and Ravensfield House, Block and Pothole at Poltimore House and August at QE Theatre Academy, as well as a number of stand-up comedy projects. He also has written for several magazines, blogs and short film projects. As a director, dramaturg and actor, he has worked with organisations including ArtsDepot, Ekumen Collective, Exeter Phoenix, The Common Players, The New Wolsey Theatre, The Space, and TheatreArtsMDX. He is a company director for Basically and a member of Pursued by a Dragon Theatre Company. He currently works as an Academic Assistant for the Theatre department at Middlesex University and is developing a number of written projects.
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