Dogmouth are a firebrand theatre company from Reading, whose punk sensibilities and wry humour have helped them win the hearts and minds of bad b*tches across the country. Formed by childhood friends Alice Flynn & Alice Robb, Dogmouth specialise in making dynamic, daring and darkly funny theatre about womanhood, queerness, mental health, and the stuff that nice girls aren't supposed to talk about.
Flynn (better known as Tony Baloney) is a queer playwright, drag king and theatremaker from Reading. She is passionate about making form-bending, genre-bending shows which carry strong political messages. Her debut play LITTLE SISTER was shortlisted for the Women's Prize For Playwrighting 2021, and her follow up 1000 WAYS THE WORLD WILL END (and how it starts again) is due to open at King's Head Theatre in July 2023. In her spare time, she enjoys pouring over gaming lore videos, experimenting in the kitchen and generally being annoying on twitter dot com. Her favourite video games are Hollow Knight, Legend Of Zelda: Wind Waker and Bioshock.
Robb is a queer director, actor and maker from Reading, and co-founded the company with Flynn in 2019. She made her professional directorial debut with Blue Bottles (Periphery Theatre, 2021), and has since gone on to direct 1000 WAYS THE WORLD WILL END (and how it starts again) and RESURRECTION (after Ibsen) with Dogmouth. She loves playing D&D, painting pottery and crocheting all kinds of projects. Her favourite video games are PikuNiku, Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and Night In The Woods.