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Em has been kicked out of yet another rented room. With rents rising, and none of her art work selling, she’s got nowhere else to go. Once again she’s been well and truly screwed by London. So when the news of her estranged mother’s death reaches her, Em is very surprised to hear she’s inherited her house in Margate.
But there’s something odd about the house, the smell of burning, the noises creaking out from every corner, the doors that disappear and reappear at will. And that’s nothing compared to her new neighbours.
'20B Thanet Road' is presented by Off West End award winning theatre company Chronic Insanity. Chronic Insanity is a Nottingham based theatre company presenting thought provoking theatre both live and online.
Joe Strickland is the Offie nominated director behind '24, 23, 22'. They are a prolific, theatre maker, digital producer, and creative technologist with great energy and passion. Since 2012 they have been helping to create all manner of theatre and performance in venues across the country. They are the Artistic Director of Chronic Insanity, the Executive Producer of Strickland Productions, the Digital Producer for DaDaFest and a Trustee of the King's Hall Trust For The Arts.
Doug Deans is the playwright behind the award winning 'Mine', '24, 23, 22' and 'mother.Dad' (selected by Royal Court, Hampstead, Lyric Hammersmith and Bush theatre in their open submissions).
Kathleen O'Dougherty is a theatre maker and performer. She trained at RADA she has performed at the Lyric Hammersmith, Harold Pinter Theatre and Park Theatre. She has worked with companies like Nouveau Riche and the National Theatre as an actor.
Press & Reviews Praise for previous work.
"It's a gritty piece of storytelling and it definitely needs an audience to match its brilliance."
"the danger is averted thanks to an elegantly written script, nuanced enough to remain engaging to the end."
Chapter Z Magazine
"Watching this truly felt like a privilege"
Cast & Creative Team Performer: Kathleen O'Dougherty
Writer: Doug Deans and Kathleen O'Dougherty
Director: Joe Strickland