Cast includes Michaela Carberry and Dylan Wynford, who will be reprising their roles after their performance at the 34th One Act Festival.
The play is called tube. It follows two strangers who happen to sit next to each other in an empty carriage when the train stops in a tunnel and doesn’t move again. It explores their relationship in this less than ideal situation, as
they find comfort and strain in each other. tube began as a simple idea. The play is adaptable, and the ultimate goal is for the play to be performed by as many people as possible. Joe wants the play to be
accessible to everyone, and although the words and structure of the piece are in place, it is able to be played with. The play uses hyper-realism, which links a myriad of styles together, but ultimately being supported by a backbone of naturalistic text. tube was fortunate enough to be R&D’ed at the Southwark Playhouse in May 2018.
The piece was awarded the Stockwell Playhouse Bursary Prize For Writing
after its performance in the 34th One Act Festival. tube is returning to the Stockwell Playhouse from the 17th - 20th October.
tube is presented by Colour & Light Productions, a new company dedicated to nurturing and developing new writing and giving a platform for young creatives to grow their skills and work. You can find out more about them at