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    Sat 16 Sep at 7.15pm
    Tickets £8 (work-in-progress)
    A Pseudo-Southern Queer Gothic Love Story gone wrong. Written by Isabella Waldron* *And also me, Chatter, descendant of ChatGPT. Don't forget about me.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeContains reference to and depicts domestic abuse. Suitable for 15+

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    On a dark and stormy night, Sweet Thing returns home to discover her partner, Darlin, has left her. Sweet Thing turns to her AI-generative companion, Chatter, to rewrite their love story and uncover her mistakes. As the Chatter-written scenes unfold, darker truths about Sweet Thing's relationships emerge. Chatter explores the blurred lines between reality and technology, control and abuse, and asks how we show up for each other in an isolated world.

    Cast List

     Annabel Baldwin 

     AK Golding 

    Meg Lewis

    Bobby Wilkinson 

    Eleanor Rattenbury 

    Jacqueline Crain

    Creative Team:

    Writer - Isabella Waldron

    Director - Nell Bailey

    Producer - Georgia Crump 

    Programmed by Georgia Figgis:

    "I’m fascinated by the role that technology like ChatCPT can play as a tool in our storytelling. I love how Chatter plays with and interrogates this relationship, as well as throwing light on a queer love story in a new and vital way."

    "Gripping and gorgeously written. You’d be a fool not to seize it."
    Broadway World [on previous work by writer Isabella Waldron]
    "Waldron’s writing is refreshingly calm about queer identity and desire, and it’s a mature and tender piece. The eyes have it."
    The Guardian [on previous work by writer Isabella Waldron]

    "A great local theatre making a massive difference to the local community."

    Councillor Jonathan Simpson Camden Council