Neil is a plumber from Sheffield.
He’s been called in on short notice to fix a leak at the Vaults Studio, so a contemporary dance troupe can continue performing their very important piece exploring the relationship between pomegranates and vulvas.
He can fix taps, sinks and baths with his eyes closed – but hasn’t got a spanner for what matters most.
GUSH was shortlisted for the Tony Craze award, after having a sell-out debut at the Camden People’s Theatre as part of Figs In Wigs’ Calm Down Dear festival.
Supported by Sheffield Theatres.
Abby Vicky-Russell is an actor, writer and comedian from Sheffield. She was a Resident Artist at both The Sheffield Crucible and The Roundhouse Theatre where she wrote and performed “Community”. She was announced as an Emerging Brit by the NYFA and co-wrote the short film “Kindred” which premiered at BFI Imax, 2019. Abby is NYT REP Company Alumni and has appeared in shows for ITV, Channel 4, BBC, Disney+ and Amazon TV.
Will Armstrong is an actor, director, comedian, writer, and drag queen (aka Jennifer Schmennifer). Truthful and inventive with a deluge of queer irreverence, he blends disciplines to create original and uniquely funny work. In 2021, Will toured 'Animal Farm' (★★★★★ 'Will Armstrong was excellent') and 'Othello' with NYT's prestigious REP company. Will co-directed and hosted 'The Climate Cabaret' at COP26. He has performed comedy with Soho theatre, Pleasance and Underbelly. Will is the co-creator and host of acclaimed drag cabaret 'idiots. gay idiots.', currently in a sold-out residence at The Glory. He was a 'Max Turner comedy prize 2022' finalist.
Cast & Creative Team Writer and Performer: ABBY VICKY-RUSSELL
Director: WILL ARMSTRONG
Assistant Director: LOIS PEARSON
Set Designer: MARTHA ARMITAGE
Costume Designer: EMMA FERGUSON
Assistant Producer: JACK BOAL