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Alphabetti Theatre present a North East premiere of
By Camilla Whitehill
Directed by Natasha Haws
Performed by Joe Gill
TUES 22ND MARCH - SAT 9TH APRIL 2022
Performance Time: 7:30pm
Covid-19 Policy: This production will have socially distanced tickets which will sell out fast, audience numbers vary depending on restrictions.
Tickets: Pay What You Feel (booking essential)
Running Time: Approx. 75 mins
Age Rec: 16+
Access: Wednesday 30th March will be a captioned performance, Wednesday 6th April will be audio described, and all Saturday matinees will be relaxed.
Content Warnings: This performance contains swearing and themes that some audiences may find upsetting and distressing for more information please contact the theatre.
About the writer:
Camilla’s plays include WHERE DO LITTLE BIRDS GO? (“A writer of huge promise…a low key triumph” The Times) MR INCREDIBLE and DADDY which won a special mention in the 2020 Popcorn Writing Award. She wrote on the comedy series PORTERS (Dancing Ledge/Dave) created by Dan Sefton, and is developing an original television series with Sunnymarch and Dancing Ledge Productions. In previous years she was selected for the channel 4 screenwriters scheme, and as one of the Bush Theatre’s emerging writers.
About the director:
Natasha Haws is a Director and Actor from South Shields. She also works with communities
across the North East with a focus on music and creative writing. Natasha also mentors new career playwrights. Her credits include: Director -
Janet (Circ Motif); Familiar (Alphabetti Theatre); Is This Your Story (North East Tour/STSGB); Tender: Loving Care (The Customs House). Associate Director at The Customs House Pantomime and Assistant Director. Assistant Director on Road (Northern Stage)
About the actor:
Joe is best known for his regular role Flynn Barton in ITV’s Emmerdale. He has also appeared in Casualty, In The Flesh, The Sparticle Mystery, River City, In With The Flynns and the film The Rest Is Flowers. Joe has recently completed filming Brassic for SKY One due to aired in the autumn. Most recently Joe appeared in Into Battle at the Greenwich Theatre to rave reviews. His other theatre credits include: The Full Monty (National UK & Ireland Tour), Butterfly House, Tiger (Freedom Studios), Romeo & Juliet (Salford Shakespeare Company) and The Comedy of Errors (Manchester Contact Youth Theatre). During the pandemic, Joe has been working on a web series 'BookStreamz'. In this project he narrates and performs a wide variety of stories from well-known and undiscovered authors, live to the audience's home.
Adam is single. He doesn't like it. He misses Holly. He deserves Holly. Doesn't he?
Camilla Whitehill’s funny, dark and brutal one-man play about modern love and old-fashioned entitlement; a deeply unsettling and intelligent dramatic monologue that plays with ambiguities.
Mr Incredible was originally produced at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe by Longsight Theatre, following its preview run earlier that year at VAULT Festival, London.
“Powerful... [an] acute comment on male privilege over women's bodies and choices”
The Play's the Thing
“A cleverly constructed, engrossing and chilling piece of drama… an absolute triumph of new writing”
Ed Fringe Review