"Seeking apprentice for highly paid job opportunity working for hazardous waste removal company. Willing to get their hands dirty. Relevant experience not necessary. Competitive remuneration package". Apply within.
Francine and Marla, employees of a hazardous waste removal company, are on the hunt for a new apprentice. Having just escaped a life of misfortune, Belinda walks through the door, ready for her interview. The process is absurd, but it’s not a problem for hopeful applicant Belinda who, unbeknownst to her future employees, is overqualified... VERY overqualified. Unfortunately, this job isn’t quite what it seems and someone is about to find themselves in a very sticky situation.
Following its success as part of Flux Theatre’s EMERGE Night at The Bunker in June 2019, BIN JUICE showcases this all-female dark comedy, showing the dirty side of an already filthy job. Supported by an award-winning team comprised of writer Catherine Kolubayev, director Jessica Daniels, Resident Director of Girl From the North Country, and producer Kitty Wordsworth, BIN JUICE is a story of loyalty, revenge and secrecy. We’re all hiding from something... or someone.
“Some jobs require getting your hands a little dirty... ”Book Now
Catherine Kolubayev is a Russian-American writer-performer and graduate of LAMDA. Recent writing credits include ALGORITHM (Arcola, Women's Writes); Running (White Bear Theatre, CUCKOO Bang); CUBS (Churchill Theatre); READ MY LIPS (Jerry Orbach, NY/Colony Theatre, LA); THREE (Hen & Chicken) and SNAPSHOT (Soho Theatre) Winner of Alice Acting’s Young Writers’ Competition. Screen writing credits include FUNGUS (Best Writer at SLICKFilm Festival 2018). Catherine is also an associate writer of Flux Theatre.
Kitty Wordsworth is a freelance theatre, comedy and screen producer. She is executive producer and co-founder of Damsel Productions. Recent credits include Siblings (Soho Theatre); The Amber Trap (Theatre503); Fabric (Soho Theatre and London Tour); Grotty (The Bunker); Damsel Develops (The Bunker); Fury (Soho Theatre); Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre); Uncensored (Theatre Royal Haymarket); TABS (Tristan Bates Theatre); Snow White and the Seven Runaways (Tabernacle); The Naivety: A Journey (Tabernacle); Dick Whit (Tabernacle); The Snow Queen (Tabernacle); Peter Panto (Tabernacle); Brute (Soho Theatre) and Juliet Cowan: Eat, Pray, Call the Police (Live@Zedel). Associate theatre producer credits include: What Girls Are Made Of (Soho Theatre) and A Level Playing Field (Jermyn Street Theatre).
Jess Daniels is currently Resident Director on the Canadian & West End transfers of the Olivier award-winning Girl From the North Country. Recent credits include A Pupil (Park Theatre, Nominated Off West End Award); The Butterfly Lion (The Barn Theatre); Connect NOW Monologues (The Old Vic); Conquest (VAULT Festival/The Bunker); The Many Crimes of Hector Cartwright (VAULT festival) and The State We’re In (Theatre503). Jess was also Resident Director on the previous West End transfer of Girl From the North Country, as well as Assistant Director when it premiered at The Old Vic. Assistant Director credits include Jess and Joe Forever (Orange Tree Theatre); Rise (The Old Vic).Book Now
Fat Girl just wants to be with her soulmate Pizza. Then her mother signs her up for The Only Way Is Pretty. What will happen to Pizza?
SLAMinutes is a cabaret with a conscience. 30 performers of every possible variety have ONE MINUTE each to have their say on what the hell is going on.
Alexa, why am I sad? ClownHearted is a frank and funny exploration of mental health. Using physical-comedy, ClodHopper invite you to join two clowns on a journey through self-care.
Meet Pam, a woman on a mission. Meet the care system- spoiler alert, it’s not doing so well. TAKE CARE, a dark comedy straight from the mouths of carers themselves.
|Tuesday 10 March||Tue 10 Mar||19:50||£12.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Wednesday 11 March||Wed 11 Mar||19:50||£12.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Thursday 12 March||Thu 12 Mar||19:50||£13.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Friday 13 March||Fri 13 Mar||19:50||£13.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Saturday 14 March||Sat 14 Mar||19:50||£13.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Sunday 15 March||Sun 15 Mar||16:50||£13.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
|Sunday 15 March||Sun 15 Mar||19:50||£13.00||Venue: Cavern - The Vaults, Leake Street||Book Now|
Praise for READ MY LIPS:
FORBES Magazine "Her writing was the highlight of the evening"
Praise for Girl From the North Country:
Sunday Express ★★★★★
The Observer ★★★★★
The Independent ★★★★★
Praise for Fury:
Upcoming ★★★★ "An absolute triumph and a must-see"
Times ★★★★ "A vivid, vital 70 minutes. Impressive"
Independent ★★★★ "Powerful and horribly persuasive... this is a provocative piece that will keep you arguing long afterwards"
Evening Standard ★★★★ "A stylish a fluid in-the-round production"
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