“You’re not better than me because you’re gay-er”
Juniper has liked girls, (only girls), for as long as she can remember.
Jules didn’t realise she could like girls because no-one ever told her it was an option.
Jules isn’t naturally monogamous, she doesn’t think. She’s always liked to be different. She wants to make new rules.
Juniper is more interested in peace and quiet and happiness (and making sure the washing-up gets done by bedtime).
A play about what it means to fall in love, fall out of love, and how we can choose to fall back in love again.
A play about identities and new possibilities.
A play about how we lust, love, laugh, bicker and care for each other.
A play about making new rules.
A play exploring what it means to be a queer woman.
A play exploring bisexuality and polyamory.
About Clamour Theatre
we like new stories.
we like stories from people you don't often hear from.
we put these stories centre stage.
we like to make an uproar.
This is Clamour's second production.
Writer: Stephanie Martin
Stephanie martin is a writer and founding member and creative producer of clamour.
Steph's plays include Joy (Theatre Royal Stratford East), currently in development as a feature film, and Alkaline (Park Theatre).
Director: Beth Pitts
Bethany is an award winning theatre director specialising in new work. She was Assistant Director at Theatre Royal Plymouth from 2012–2013. Prior to that worked as Resident Assistant Director at Theatre 503.
Theatre includes Fuck You Pay Me by Joana Nastari (VAULT (People's Choice Award) & Edinburgh Festival) Brutal Cessation by Milly Thomas (Theatre 503 / Assembly), Spine by Clara Brennan (Soho Theatre, Underbelly, National Tour – Fringe First Winner 2014), Tether by Isley Lynn (Underbelly), FreeFall by Vinay Patel (Pleasance Islington – Nominated for Off West End Best Director), Desert (National Tour and Latitude Festival).
Praise for previous work include:
“an irrepressible, swaggering spirit that sweeps you along with it and leaves you glowing” The Times
“engaging and thought-provoking” The Stage
“glows with easy affection...there’s a delicate tenderness” Time Out
“a whopping great heart in exactly the right place” The Daily Mail
“Joy is a real joy...the authenticity is disarming” A Younger Theatre