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World premiere of Screwed at Theatre503
The world premiere of Screwed, a debut drama written by Kathryn O’Reilly, will be presented at the Theatre503 in Battersea, south London, from 28 June to 23 July 2016, with an opening night on 30 June.
Sarah Meadows will direct, with set design by Catherine Morgan and lighting by Jamie Platt. The cast includes Samantha Robinson (Charlene), Eloise Joseph (Luce) and Stephen Myott-Meadows (Paulo).
Synopsis: "Ticking time-bombs Luce and Charlene are 30-something binge-drinking soulmates. They clock in after a heavy night out on the tiles, popping caffeine pills and downing miniatures on the factory floor, boasting about last night’s sexual conquests. When you're living for today it's hard to think about tomorrow."
Writer Kathryn O’Reilly is best known for her acting work and recently appeared in BBC's 'Call The Midwife'. Next month she will be performing in A View from Islington North at the Arts Theatre in the West End.