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  • Fraser Kelsey and Lily Elöise-Ormerod


    Lily Elöise-Ormerod and Fraser Kelsey are a theatrical partnership. They understand the importance of queer love stories and what it’s like to live in London as young creatives. They are interested in telling darker stories through humour, movement and clowning.
    Fraser is from Leith, Edinburgh, and came to London in 2019 to embark on his training at Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company. He graduated in 2021 with a thirst for queer theatre. Since graduating he has performed in ‘MARIAM’ with Cutpurse Theatre at The Old Church, ‘A Little Rain in Monaco’ with Sober Riot Theatre at The Pleasance, ‘The Divorce Court Judge’ with Ministry of Clown and ‘HOME’ with Azza-har Theatre at The Vaults Festival 2023.
    Lily Elöise-Ormerod is a director, writer, composer and performer from London. She graduated from The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in Professional Acting in 2022. Since then Lily has directed an R&D of ‘Lilac’ by Jackson Used at the Young Vic, been the Associate Director and Producer and Composer for the short film ‘Sunflower’ with Dover Street Productions, and was also the Director/Producer/Writer/Composer for the music video ‘Elephant’ with Silver Cactus Productions.
    Sláinte Theatre’s July scratch night they took a monologue Fraser wrote and created a theatrical seven minutes at the London Irish Centre. That's where they met now producer Iona Bremner. The rest is history.

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  • Fraser Kelsey and Lily Eloise Ormerod CPT shows

    Alice Barker and Cameron Kelsey

    Desperate Wee Gay Boy

    Sat 9 Mar at 9pm
    Parties! Sex! The quest for love! Ollie, a gay man from Leith, navigates queer life in the Big Smoke. Has London broken his heart or has shame engulfed him?

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