Fuck Off and Leave me Alone

Juliet Cowan

Sun 19th Feb
20:40 (
60 mins)
As Seen on TV / Character Comedy / Feel Good
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Crypt
Age Guidance: 15+
Scenes of a sexual nature / offensive language

Come, try on the oestrogen goggles, wander through the museum of me, batter the physical manifestation of patriarchy himself, (although not for long he is very hungry and a woman has already talked for a long time). Fuck off and leave me Alone will put your finger on what has been bothering you and then we can all get together after a long laugh and try to make everything better!


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Juliet Cowan

Juliet stars in comedy pilot Perfect (Dave) where she plays Sex Education's George Robinson's mum in The Guardian's pick of the day airing 26 August 2022. Recent and upcoming work includes filming Off piste policewoman Tina in Back to Life and Back to life 2 (BBC) , Bel Powley's mother in Everything I know about Love (BBC), Daisy May Cooper's wonky psychic/not psychic cleaner in the This Country Star's new show Am I Being Unreasonable (BBC). She will also be a main character in Dylan Moran's first comedy since Black Books, Stuck (BBC). She is also appearing in Disney + Culprits and Skytv's flatshare and is just about to start filming her return to Skytv's Brassic. Juliet will be playing opposite Eddie Marsan in next year's much awaited The Power (Amazon).

Juliet has been a regular in classics like Pulling, Cuckoo and Phoneshop, and has ensured she has a place in the next generation's hearts by playing Rosa in Hank Zipzer and Maria in Dr Who spin off The Sarah Jane Adventures.

Lucille Findlay is a director and Voice Coach. Currently the Creative Producer for Small Truth Theatre and The Caravan Theatre. Lucille is also a current MAV student at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

Cast & Creative Team Write and preformed by Juliet Cowan
Produced and directed by Lucille Findlay


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