Time for Tea

Abbi Douetil – Mila


George Turner – Max

Jessica Rose – Emily

This week I have been rehearsing my new play in Brixton London with a super talented cast and it hit me (not for the first time) theatre is where I find my place in the world most closely.

The story we are rehearsing is ‘Time for Tea’:

When an explosion rips open Edinburgh’s Grassmarket, vulnerable lives fracture. Mila’s foster mother clings to the wreckage of a burnt out caravan while searching for her. When Mila’s foster father has his day release out of prison the city is close to melt down. Mila runs away and tries to remain safe by giving her stalker the slip in cafe toilets. Fringe actors fill the festival city making it hard to spot a dangerous face in the crowd. Can she be found in time.

Tea time will never be the same again.

May 29  730pm

Stockwell Playhouse

208 Wandsworth Road, London, SW8 2JU

Cast – Jessica Rose, George Turner, Abbi Douetil


This is part of London’s longest running one act festival

Definitely my place in the world.  Find more places here!

2 thoughts on “Time for Tea

  1. Sounds like an exciting time for your art, Lita. That sounds like a narrative that you don’t hear every day. All the best with rehearsals and hope everything pans out well. Nothing like getting immersed in your craft and then it finally happens and you live in the moment. Enjoy 🙂

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