WRITTEN BY AMY GUYLER
A town is in turmoil. A hospital is closing. And an MP is dead on the train tracks... Accident? Or opportunity?
When a local hospital announces its closure, panic ensues.
Healthcare Assistant Rhea is forced to look for work elsewhere. Local lad Aaron worries about his mum’s treatment in the cancer unit. And Curtis just isn’t sure where he’s going to sleep.
But when the three witness a horrific accident, a rare opportunity presents itself.
As a dangerous decision triggers a wild chain of events, Rhea, Aaron and Curtis soon find themselves gathering power, influence and infamy – and inspiring a cohort of vigilante activists.
What does it take to enact real change? And what would you sacrifice to keep it?
'The Nobodies' recently played a week run at London's Vault Festival from February 18th-23rd. It was selected as one of Lyn Gardner's Top Picks for the festival, one of British Theatre's Recommended Shows and was voted in the Top 5 Most Anticipated Shows for the festival via the Stage Door App.
Press on 'The Nobodies':
'Definitely worth seeing. Full of swagger and moral ambiguities.' - Lyn Gardner
'A superb and mature piece of writing with exceptional performances and superb direction. One of the best things I've seen at any VAULT Festival' - David Guest, Spy In The Stalls
'Clever, fast paced and gripping. Definitely one not to be missed!' - Greg Stewart, Theatre Weekly
Industry on 'The Nobodies':
'Inventive, funny, sharply paced and wonderfully performed. It's an absolute belter.' - Rae Leaver, Programme Coordinator at The Hat Factory Luton
'Fantastic show! Millennials meet Miners Strike. Go see!' - Margot Przymierska, Producer Rich Mix London
'Powerful and anarchic piece of work' - Sean Hollands, Frantic Assembly
David Angland - Aaron
Joseph Reed - Curtis
Lucy Simpson - Rhea
Directed and Produced By Sam Edmunds and Vikesh Godhwani
Written By Amy Guyler
Designed By Becca White
Sound Design By Mekel Edwards
Lighting Design By Alan Walden
Technical Stage Manager Rich Gunston
Camden Peoples Theatre
The New Diorama
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Arts Council England