“Look, Aunty Sue lasted fifteen days in Brum before she moved back to Wolves. If I can stay in London for sixteen days, then result. Love you babe. Ring you when I get to Euston”.
Eve’s leaving Wolverhampton to live in the big smoke because it’s something you should do, isn’t it? But the capital’s charm quickly wears off and Eve decides to pack her bags and head home to her boyfriend Rich and cat, Steve Bull. Until she receives a letter addressed to a famous film actor…
Finding Fassbender is a one-woman charge through the modern obstacle course of ambition, blow-jobs and brunch.
A work in progress show by Off-West End Nominated writer/performer, Lydia Larson.
Finding Fassbender is a work-in-progress showing from the team behind SKIN A CAT by Isley Lynn, PICK OF THE FESTIVAL, 2016
Writer and Performer Lydia Larson
Theatre includes: Brutual Cessation (Theatre 503/Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Fringe) Travesty (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Fringe) A Super Happy Story (Hull Truck/New Diorama) Skin A Cat (The Bunker/VAULT Festival, Off-West End Nomination – Best Female Performance) We Have Fallen (Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe), The After Dinner Joke and Springs Eternal (Orange Tree), Persuasion (Salisbury Playhouse), 24 Hour Plays (Old Vic), Pride and Prejudice (Theatre Royal Bath), Arcadia (Duke of Yorks) Television includes: Doctors (BBC) Kidnapped (Virgin) and Routes (Channel Four).
Director Blythe Stewart
Blythe’s work includes premiering the most exciting new writing by international artists and developing the political voices and unique ideas of UK playwrights. Recent: The Moor by Catherine Lucie (Old Red Lion) If And When by Matilda Ibini, Isley Lynn and Iskandar Sharazuddin (Soho Upstairs),Skin A Cat by Isley Lynn (The Bunker and VAULT Festival – Off West-End Nomination – Best Director), Correspondence by Lucinda Burnett (Old Red Lion). In 2016 Blythe was the Hospital Club Foundation’s Emerging Creative for Theatre and Performance.