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Changing the Sheets  

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"Dyu wanna come back to mine?"

A new comedy about what Patti and Robert say to each other when the lights are off and no one else is listening. After the swiping, the drinking, the small talk and the big talk. After the bedroom door is closed. This is intimacy - without the gory bits - and you get to have a look.

Developed at The Playground Theatre 

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Anthony Biggs

Harry Butler


Harry Butler as Robert
Máiréad Tyers as Patti

Stevie Frazier-Roberts - stage manager/operator
Cecilia Trono - set and costume design
Chris Drohan - sound design
Simon Beyer - lighting design

Harry is an actor and writer from Dublin. He is a graduate of The Lir Academy, Trinity College Dublin. He recently starred in Deady Cuts directed by Rachel Carey which closed the Dublin International Film Festival 2021. His recent theatre credits include: Fetch at Dublin Fringe Festival, Hamlet at The Mill Theatre, X at The Lir Academy and Arachnophilia at The New Theatre.

Máiréad graduated from RADA in 2020 and is originally from Cork, Ireland. Recent work includes a live online reading of A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by Jenny Caron Hall, Kenneth Branagh's new film Belfast, as well as appearing in a production of Macbeth at RADA, as Lady Macbeth

Anthony has been the Co-Artistic Director of the Playground Theatre since it opened in 2017, where his directing credits include: Gregory Evans’ Shirleymander starring Jessica Martin, James Purdy’s ghost tale The Paradise Circus with Sophie Ward and Tim Woodward, The UK Premiere of The Jazz Age by Allan Knee (Finding Neverland) starring Hannah Tointon, a new opera Army of Lovers composed by Mark Springer, and a new ballet The Great Bear written by Olly Williams with the Louisville Ballet. Previously, Anthony was AD of Jermyn Street Theatre for 5 years (Fringe Theatre of the year - Stage Awards), and has directed on the fringe, in regional theatre, the West End and off Broadway.
Recommended for ages 14+
THIS PRODUCTION runs for approximately 60 minutes with no interval.
11th August to 13th August
Tickets (All unreserved)

General Admission £12

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