Anything Other Theatre Company in association with Theatre503 presents
RUNNING TIME / NOTICES: 50mins (no interval)
A love story, and a love letter to Chatham.
One town, one couple, forty years.
Bob and Rose meet as excited teenagers in the 70s. From their first date, it’s clear that this is the start of something special. But unknown to them, the course of their relationship is intrinsically tied to the fortunes of the Chatham Dockyard, and when it’s suddenly closed, their lives are irrevocably changed. Recovering from their losses isn’t going to be easy.
Natalie writes for television, theatre and radio. Her theatre work includes Can’t Stand Me Now as part of the Royal Court Young Writers’ Festival; Crawling in the Dark at the Almeida; and When They Go Low as part of the National Theatre Connections Programme 2018. She has also had plays presented at the Soho, Hampstead and Finborough Theatres. TV includes Holby City, Doctors, Ackley Bridge and two years as a core writer on EastEnders. Radio includes Proud for BBC Radio 3 and The Man Who Sold the World and Hidden Harm for BBC Radio 4. She was named on the BBC Talent Hot List 2017, and is also on the Board of Chatham based Icon Theatre.
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