It is with sadness and concern for our artists that we will be postponing this production

We hope to re-program this production in 2021 and trust you will understand the need for this decision at this time.

We strongly encourage anyone who has bought a ticket to consider making this a donation to the artists involved. This is a very unnerving time for all, but the independent arts sector is, as always, particularly vulnerable. The artists have been working very hard and we hope to support them as best as we can. We have set up the possibility of donating directly to artists.

Everyone knows that friendships made in bathrooms are ones that last for life.

Winner of the ATYP Rebel Wilson Theatre maker Scholarship and shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award, Cactus is a fast paced coming of age comedy exploding with the confidence, conviction and confusion only a teenage girl can have.

Abbie and Pb are in their last year of high school. It’s going well. I mean, they’re still virgins, but it’s going well. And then Abbie finds out that she can’t have kids. It doesn’tmean much to her at first – who wants a kid at seventeen? But as things and people start to change around her, she is suddenly and unceremoniously confronted with a world shewasn’t ready for.

Content warning: Moderated coarse language

Written by Madelaine Nunn

Directed by Katie Cawthorne

Costume/ Set Design by Ellen Stanistreet

Stage Manager Claudia Howarth

Produced by Madelaine Nunn

Image by: Darren Gill

Madelaine Nunn– is a natural comedienne.

Stage Whispers

They have developed an intimacy between the text and the action that is consistently revelatory.

Darby Turnbull, Theatrepeople