After the tragic loss of a woman they loved, two friends navigate the five stages of grief and all the absurdity, hilarity and pain that that entails.
We are thrilled to invite you to buy a ticket to Lorien Haynes’ romantic comedy Good Grief directed by Natalie Abrahami (RSC, National Theatre, Young Vic), starring BAFTA award-winning Sian Clifford (Fleabag) and Nikesh Patel (Artemis Fowl).
Part of this predominantly female strong team are Isobel Waller-Bridge as Sound Designer and Composer (Fleabag), Fin Oates as Editor, (I Hate Suzie), award-winning Emma Dalesman as Director of Photography and Natalie Pryce as Production Designer (winner, Production Designer, Black Theatre Awards 2020).
Household ticket £15
Concession £10 (NHS & key workers, students, under 25’s and those with low income/unemployment).
Supporter package: £150 (with signed script and programme).
10% of each ticket bought will go to the NHS and 10% will go to Macmillan Cancer Care.
The 2021 Platform Presents Playwright’s Prize.
Aki Omoshaybi (Actor, Writer & Director), Amy Gardner (Producer), Emma Forrest (Writer), Ella Road (Actor & Writer), Francesca Moody (Producer), Helena Lee (Writer), Jessica Ronane (Casting Director), Jenna Coleman (Actor), Madani Younis (Chief Executive Producer, The Shed), Pearl Mackie (Actor), Pippa Bennett-Warner (Actor), Kristín Ólafsdóttir (Producer & Director), Victor Jenkins (Casting Director) are some of the judges confirmed so far for the 2021 Prize.
For the 2020 Prize, over 200 plays were submitted from writers based from London to New York, LA to Melbourne. These were shortlisted to 9 by the Platform Presents co-founders, Gala Gordon and Isabella Macpherson.
The prize includes ongoing mentoring and producing the winning script, as well as the £5,000 cash prize.
Please submit your script of up to 10,000 words to firstname.lastname@example.org
The competition closes at 12pm on 2nd April 2021.