The Millennials

Committed to unearthing new talent and giving the millennials' generation a voice, the show explores the trials and tribulations of millenials through eight pieces of new writing.
The Millennials

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Event type: New writing, Shows

About this event

Following a sellout first show, Black Cat Theatre are back with the second installment of their hit, “The Millennials.”

Committed to unearthing new talent and giving its generation a voice, the show explores the trials and tribulations of the millennial generation through eight pieces of new writing by award-winning as well as up and coming playwrights.

Our hashtag this time may be “Netflix & Chill,” but will our millennials triumph on Tinder or be left pondering the pitfalls of parenthood?

Leave your expectations at the door and get ready to see the millennial generation like never before …



“Legless” by Bess Roche & Lauren Orrock, dir. by Alexandria MacLeod

Olivia - Lauren Orrock

Alice - Bess Roche

“Virtue Reality” by Gemma Murray, dir. by Nicolette Kay

Lou - Madeleine Hutchins

David - Scott Michael Wagstaff

Josh - Jim Rastall

Hannah - Arazou Baker

Liam - Dan Burman

“Justice Brunch” by Anne-Sophie Marie, dir. by Kate Sawyer

Bruce - Matt Harris

Clark - William Gillham

Diane - Magdalena Sverlander

Patricia - Anne-Sophie Marie

“Seven Wonders” by Katie Granger, dir. by Laura Garnier

Deon - Alex Di Cuffa

Marie - Devora Wilde

Logan - Ayo Oyelakin



“Caring and Sharing” by Jen McGreggor, dir. by Julie Osman

Joe - Nat Horne

Josh - Eric Kolelas

“Egg” by Philip Catherwood, dir. by Joseph Steyne

Melissa - Katie Sheridan

Adam - Ian Hencher

“This Sex is Real” by Rob Leach, dir. by Marshall Griffin

Sam - Rob Leach

Lauren - Olivia Jewson

“Cigarette Break” by Helena Westerman, dir. by Sally Collett

Liz - Helena Westerman

Micky - Nkosi Montgomery

Pete - Jonathan Jude


Sunday 17 September 2017

Starts: 7-00 pm

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Southwark Playhouse

77-85 Newington Causeway
London SE1 6BD

Box office tel: 020 7407 0234

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