Soph, Jel and Ellie love sharing scary stories online. But when a girl in town goes missing, it seems their online monster’s come to life.
Flux Theatre create socially engaged work that takes risks in form and challenges conventional storytelling. Previous work includes: Four Time Offie Nominated CHUTNEY (Bunker Theatre), bottled. (VAULT Festival), Dubailand (Finborough Theatre, nominated for an OffWestEnd Award). Flux Theatre are founders of EMERGE and Flux GYM.
Director-writer duo Lucy Jane Atkinson and Tatty Hennessy return to VAULT Festival 2020 after the roaring success of 'A Hundred Words for Snow' at VAULT Festival 2019. The production transferred to Trafalgar Studios and received 4 Offie Nominations including Best Play and Best Director.
Tags: Drama, New Writing, Women’s Voices
*Contains discussions of violence
Tatty Hennessy has very creatively taken an already compelling story, and crafted it in to an even more suspenseful tale, with young people and the challenges they face at its heart
I occasionally shivered, but I never quite cared enough
Layered and perceptive take on the dangers of today's world
Creepy new play based on a true crime story
Asks big and exciting questions but ultimately loses momentum and tension
Writer Tatty Hennessy has a quick wit and cuts the normal with a comedic edge
As a comedy about girls on the verge of becoming young women there is a lot to like in this play but as something to give the audience chills this is sadly a disappointment