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Supernova

Stiff & Kitsch Productions

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Wed 8th Mar
21:25 (
60 mins)
Theatre
Funny,New Writing,Women’s Voices
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Age Guidance: 12+
Strong language with themes of suicide and depression.
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Tess loves sci-fi films. In fact, she wishes her life was rather more like one – the excitement and the danger with all the boring bits cut out. So she’s going to do her best to tell you her story like that, and just hope that life doesn’t get in the way.

On paper the two of them are perfect for each other: both wanted to be astronauts as kids, neither can stand rom-coms and they’d happily stay in together for 6 days straight binge eating take-out and watching Battlestar Galactica. But sometimes, however much the universe is drawing you towards a person, you must find your own orbit. In this quick-paced dark comedy we follow the lifespan of a relationship, alongside the lifespan of a star, and figure out how you keep living when everything goes supernova.



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Stiff & Kitsch Productions

Cast & Creative Team WRITER/PERFORMER: RHIANNON NEADS
Rhiannon trained at LAMDA. As a writer she was runner up in the Funny Women Comedy Writing Awards 2017 with her debut tv script 'Hitched' and has written for 'The Imaginarium Studios' in Ealing. She was part of the Comedy 50:50 Tell Her Vision Writers Room in 2020 and was shortlisted for the 45 North Bursary. As an actress she has worked extensively on BBC Radio, after placing as a runner up in the Carleton Hobbs Competition. Most recently she can be heard bossing people about as series regular Sister Olive Hargreaves in Home Front. Recent stage credits include Daisy in 3 Billion Seconds (VAULT Festival/Roundabout), Dilys in The Wind Of Heaven (Finborough) and Father Brown, Doctors and Blitz Spirit with Lucy Worsley (all for BBC)

DIRECTOR: SALLY O’LEARY
As a writer Sally was shortlisted for the BAFTA Rocliffe Comedy Writing 2019. She has written for The Emily Atack Show, Iain Stirling's Celebability, BBC3 Quickies, BBC Radio 4’s Newsjack and Comedy Central sketch show ‘Laughing at Salad’. She is one third of viral sensation and multi award winning sketch group MURIEL (Winners of 2018 Leicester Square Sketch Off and So You Think You’re Funny Sketch 2018.


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