MEGA played at the Tristan Bates Theatre as part of their 2019 summer season.

The royal, the witch and the popstar have more in common than one might imagine. They may be liars, but aren’t we all?

Finalist in the Stockwell Playhouse 35th Annual One Act Competition & awarded ‘Highly Commended Author’

‘A gift for writing comedy’ ‘Genuinely moving’

- Paul Vale (The Stage)

‘Enchanting’ ‘An absolute treat to watch’ ‘A captivating and rich must-see performance’

- The Theatre Reviewer

‘Hilarious and thought-provoking’ ‘Insightful and funny writing’

- Love London Love Culture

‘Combination of extraordinary characters and well-written humour’

- ActDrop

‘Milne’s quirky comedic writing has strength in spades’ ‘Promisingly self-assured’

- Theatre Weekly

Laced with sharp wit and quirky humour, Alex Milne’s writing debut deconstructs the turbulent subject of female identity. In an age where ‘finding ourselves’ seems obligatory, three young women wade through truth and façade. This play in one act asks whether we find or create ourselves. Is there a difference?

[Press release]

The cast included Kirsty King (The Lady Vanishes, A Little Night Music) as Angela, Casey Bird (Rent, The Addams Family) as Tabatha and Alex Milne (Annie Get Your Gun, Angry Birds) as Brandy. With photography by Ali Wright, graphic design by Ella Marke and sound design by Callum Milne.

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