Not Another One

Not Another One Collective

Sat 11th Mar - Sun 12th Mar
16:30 (
60 mins)
LGBTQIA+ Voices / New Writing / Solo Show
Tickets from £13
Venue: Pit
Age Guidance: 18+
This play contains explicit language and sexual references. The content of the play includes themes of mental health, suicide, self-harm and grief. The play also contains references to suicidal methods. Due to the sensitivity of the subject matter, whilst watching the performance audience members are free to leave the auditorium and return as they wish.

Meet Holly. Holly’s a hilariously potty mouthed, working class, queer woman. She’s a die hard West Ham fan by night and a person who wipes sh*t for a living by day. Does she complain much? All the time. But recently, things ain’t been so good. Holly witnessed something. Last Tuesday. Something unthinkable and its only just hit her. But here she is, with you lot…singing West Ham songs, eating Lidl crisps, waiting for the last train. Whilst you wait with her, sit back and let her address the real sh*t that’s going on with this world (and the transport system).

‘Not Another One’ is a work-in-progress show created to spark debate, written as an urgent response to the UK’s mental health crisis, exacerbated in the wake of the pandemic.


We operate “Pay More If You Can” pricing to ensure that our shows remain affordable and accessible to everyone.
You can find out more here.
Sat 11th Mar
The Vaults
Leake Street
Sun 12th Mar
The Vaults
Leake Street


Press & Reviews

Praise for Not Another One's previous sharings:

“It will make you roar with laughter then pause for a moment of stillness, thought and reflection.”

“It’s very intimate and really draws you in, it’s very considerate yet definitely pushes boundaries.”

“Mental health, class and sexuality, all explored with great wit, maturity and complexity.”

“I laughed, it made me think, it was the perfect mixture and balance of comedy with a serious message.”

"Not Another One is a raw look at the way we view and experience mental health in modern Britain. A poignant and powerful piece that reminds us to check in with not just others, but ourselves."

"It was very touching, every part of mental health was covered."

"If you are after a laugh, this play is the one for you, there is a serious side to this play but it is very well explored." 

Cast & Creative Team Writer: Ellen Jupp
Director: Ariella Como Stoian
Actor: Annabeth Westerman-Blake


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