"the excellent quality of the writing and the performances all around leave just as much of an impact as a live show" - Theatre Weekly
"Again, Bloom Theatre have brought thoughtful and intelligent work to the (this time, digital) stage"
It’s the morning after the night before. Florence isn’t in her own bed. Mabel's not in her right mind & she has a confession to make. Her actions could ruin their friendship or set them up for life
Written by India Rodgers
Directed by Ewa Dina
Performed by Rhonwen Cash, Olivia Hanrahan-Barnes & Niall Ransome
1953. Policemen Tommy & Bill have an altercation, with two men they run into ‘importuning’ in Hyde Park. But tonight’s events call their friendship into question and their lives will never be the same again...
Written by Matt Sanders
Directed by David Bolwell
Performed by Judd Launder & Joshua Glenister
Danny’s spent 20 years in church halls helping people with a virus. Will just wants to talk about trains, not the virus. And now a virus means they can't even get to the church hall. But there's still tea & biscuits.
Written by Emily Garside
Directed by Neil Reading
Performed by Mateo Oxley, Greg A Smith, Jacob Seelochan, Demelza O'Sullivan, Aaron Phinehas Peters & Lydia Gard
Does the ground beneath her still feel the same? Can she even still call it ‘earth’? Alone on the moon, Lizzy has no choice but to face the decisions she made and what she left behind.
Written by Jack Albert Cook
Directed by Nieta Irons
Performed by Melissa Phillips
Edited by Patricia Heatherington
Writer, India Rodgers, tells us about the background of her play Girls Just Wanna Have Funds, the process of writing, and how she'd like to see it staged!
Writer Matt Sanders tells us about the journey Them & Us has been on over the years and his experience working on it with us!
Writer, Emily Garside, tells us what inspired her play 'Paper Cuts' and the way queer history has influenced the work!
Writer, Jack Albert Cook, tells us about the background of his play Earthlight, the process of writing, and how he'd like to see it staged!