Written by Guleraana Mir and directed by Madelaine Moore, Coconut looks at Rumi (Kuran Dohil) a young woman in London and her efforts to find someone who truly complements her as a person and her lifestyle.
Much of what the Pensive Federation has achieved isn’t to do with the large numbers that take part (even though that is impressive) but because of the palpable sense of belonging that the actors and creatives have built with each other and the audience over time.
Unencumbered by ambition or expertise, Secret Life Of Humans – which is written and co-directed by David Byrne – straddles the political and the personal. It’s inspired by the true story of Jacob ‘Bruno’ Bronowski, mathematician and broadcaster – and enigma.
Ernest Hemingway was the figurehead for lean, masculine writing in the American novel, whose purpose was to be truthful… Written by Rolf Hochhuth and directed by Anthony Shrubsall, Death Of A Hunter stars Edmund Dehn as the writer in question.
The Other. The Outcast. The Overlooked. The Visionary. Those who don’t ‘fit in’ with everyone else aren’t always appreciated in their lifetimes, but their impact is felt in the long run. This year’s UnderExposed 2018 celebrates these ‘others’ with ten short plays.