Originally developed as part of Soho Theatre Writers Lab 18/19, and supported by the Peggy Ramsay Foundation, Sea Words is a multi-disciplinary one act play fusing real interviews, physical comedy, and the dying art of seaside entertainment as a means to look at the complex human response to depression.
Initially workshopped at Wilton’s Music Hall in September 2019, directed by Fringe First Award-winning director Bethany Pitts (Fuck You Pay Me, Spine) and produced by Molly Roberts (This Must Be The Place, Plastic,) a new version of Sea Words will receive its first public performance in 2023.
MORE INFORMATION ON THE FUTURE OF SEA WORDS WILL BE ADDED HERE IN DUE COURSE
The 2019 R&D team incuded:
Christine Nina Wadia
Chris Nick Haverson
Jordan Natasha Cottriall
Directed by Bethany Pitts
Sound design by Kieran Lucas
Physical movement by Dom Burdess
Stage Manager Roshan Conn
Photography by Jack Burke
Produced by Molly Roberts
With thanks to Wilton’s Music Hall,
Harry Hickmore, and Holly Kendrick