"Date night. Hashtags. Workouts. Updates. Cat gifs - does your head in sometimes, don't it?"
Following a tragic incident, Ella decides to live stream her version of events from the rooftop of her school. "I'm Gonna Jump" is a one-woman play about friendship, rivalry and social media.
Tiffany is a writer based in Manchester. She graduated with a First Class Honours degree in English and Creative writing in 2016 and trained at The Royal Exchange Theatre Young Company for five years.
Writing credits include: She is Sherlock (No Door Theatre) and Cake and Cancer (The Bunker Theatre). Tiffany has also performed spoken word at Three Minute Theatre, Contacting the World Festival and Royal Exchange Theatre.
I'm Gonna Jump is her first full-length play, which made the longlist for Bruntwood Playwriting Prize 2017.
The Script is currently in developement and will be shown for the first time at the Manchester Fringe this year.
8 Albion Street, Manchester, M1 5LN
15th - 17th July 7pm
David has had four plays staged at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival: The Bench (2007), From Me to 3792 (2009), The D-List (2016) and Sign of the Times (2017).
He was runner-up in the Kenneth Branagh new writing award in 2016 for Eyes to the Wind and in 2017 for Home Time.
His new play Banana, Crabtree, Simon will be staged at Drayton Arms Theatre in London from 19th March - 7th April 2018.
His short play Red or Blue? was runner-up in the 2017 British Theatre Challenge. It was also staged at Southwark Playhouse in 2017. Other short plays iclude Queens of Daytime (Churchill Theatre, Bromley 2017), Brave (The Bunker Theatre, 2017), The Temp (Hen and Chickens Theatre, 2017) and Grab 'Em by the Cerebellum (Arcola Theatre 2018).
David was part of the 2012 BBC Writersroom drama development programme. He also wrote The Name on the Bench for the Tribute drama podcast series in 2016.
Dates to be announced later this year...
A man and a woman meet on a night out which changes their lives forever after he is arrested for rape.
We hear the story from both sides, from the first meeting to the subsequent trial and its aftermath as two truths emerge.
With no easy answers, this is an unsettling look at a very current issue.
31st July - 4th August 2018
The White Bear Theatre, 138 Kennington Park Road, London, SE11 4DJ
A break-up. An answer phone message. Two women collide and an unlikely friendship emerges.
A story of love, loss and rivalry.
Directed by Richard Pepper