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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

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Earlier Event: September 26
Later Event: November 7
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