A play about luck and the stories we tell about money.
Natalie. 25. Life on hold.
Staring at an uncertain future, she picks over a series of moments in her life – both small and significant – trying to understand when things began to fall apart.
‘6/49’ sets about defining the shapeless pressure of debt on low-income families. A new play by journalist Angus Harrison, directed by Elin Schofield.Book Now
Natalie is played by Eleanor Sutton. Eleanor is an actor from Macclesfield. She trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her theatre credits include: The Crucible and A Little Night Music (Storyhouse); The Master Builder (Old Vic); Amadeus (National Theatre); Future Conditional (Old Vic); Windows (Finborough Theatre); As You Like It and Macbeth (UK Tour).
Elin is a director and theatre maker from Manchester. She works primarily in new writing and artist development. Previously, she has directed work at HOME, New Diorama, York Theatre Royal, Theatre503 and Royal Exchange. She is the Young Company Director at Sheffield Theatres.
Angus is a playwright and journalist from Bristol. He was a staff writer at VICE for three years where he wrote about society, politics and nightclubs. He has also written for the Guardian, the Times and the Huffington Post, among others. His scripted work has been performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The Royal Court.
Duncan is a producer from Bristol. He is currently the creative projects manager at Crack Magazine. He has produced commercial films for Apple, Nike and created work in collaboration with artists including Björk, Aphex Twin and Thom Yorke. He has also been responsible for commissioning work alongside Samaritans, Greenpeace and Amnesty International.Book Now
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