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Lena is on a mission to veganise her tinder dates. What could possibly go wrong? 14 days later, a broken family, a Pomeranian named Mozart and an eviction notice, is this rebellion or simply a cry for help?
”Meat Cute” asks: how does a 25-year-old woman navigate a world governed by masculinity and violence, and, how far is too far?
Multi-rolling 10 characters, accompanied by a soundtrack of Meghan the Stallion, ‘Meat Cute’ is bright, very pink, will make you belly laugh and will certainly make you think.
Cast & Creative Team Writer and performer: BIBI LUCILLE
Bibi Lucille is an award-winning actress (StarNow award for Rising Star and the Women of the Future award). A few career highlights include lead roles in, 'This was a Man' (Leicester Square Theatre), 'Trust' (Amazon Prime), 'Purgatory' (Popstar TV) and 'I am Sophie' (Winner of BAFTA and Oscar qualifying Flicker's RIIFF). She was nominated for Pastel Film Festival's Best Actress in 2019 with the film 'All Inclusive' and performed her one-woman Offie finalist show 'Meat Cute' in 2021 (Chiswick Playhouse, Hen and Chicken's Theatre, Bread and Roses Theatre). When Bibi isn't scrolling through Backstage for jobs, she's spending a weird amount of time with her cat.
Director and Producer: ANASTASIA BUNCE
Anastasia Bunce is the Artistic Director of Patch Plays and directs new plays and modern classics. Anastasia trained in Theatre Directing at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2020. Recent credits include Offie Nominated 'Darkie Armo Girl' (Finborough Theatre, 2022), 'Blood On Your Hands' (Cockpit Theatre, 2022), 'Birdie’s Adventures in the Animal Kingdom' (Harrow Arts Centre, 2022), Offie finalist 'Meat Cute' (Chiswick Playhouse, Hen and Chickens, the Bread and Roses Theatre, 2021), 'Yoghurt is Not Sexy' (Arcola Online 2021), 'Summer and Smoke' by Tennessee Williams at Exeter Phoenix (2018), Plucked at Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2018). Anastasia assisted Julia Pascal on '12:37' and Peter Kavanagh on 'Not Quite Jerusalem' at the Finborough Theatre.
Flick is a musician and theatre professional, trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. As sound designer and composer, she has worked on ‘Meat Cute’ (Chiswick Playhouse, VAULT), ‘I Am Turpin’ and ‘Salomé’ (Theatre N16), ‘A Little Princess’ (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), ‘And Eve?’ and ‘[redacted]’ (Catalyst), '12:37' (Finborough). She is currently working on a new show at the Pleasance, London.