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Scene Unseen

Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June

Scene Unseen is back at the Wandsworth Arts Fringe with another selection of six fantastic original short plays, all written, directed and performed by New Stagers.

Scene Unseen started as a platform for local writers to showcase their talents and from humble beginnings in 2016, has grown to become one of the most popular events in the Fringe's annual calendar. 


Over the past seven years, New Stagers have staged shows covering a range of different topics, from the awkward morning after and chats with a houseplant, right through to reflections on the modern female experience. And this year will be no different.


Word Play - written By Ashley Malster, directed by Molly Rose


Two characters experiment with artificial intelligence to write a play. Along the way, the lines between reality and fiction become blurred.


Two Sides -  written & directed by Veronica Montalbetti


Everyone has their own version of the truth. Two Sides tells the story of one break-up but with two different memories of what happened.


Smile, please! -  written & directed by Martin Duckworth


When photographing a member of the Royal family do you show them great deference or boss them around until they get really cross?


Balm of Hurt Minds - written & directed by Olly Jones


Balm of Hurt Minds is a play about what happens when you’re struggling to get to sleep. Despite your mind’s best intentions, those neggy thoughts just won’t go away.


Choose Your Own Happily Ever After - written & directed by Rhonda Lidgold

A farcical look at the making of a choose-your-own-adventure romance movie. The audience will need to help an obscenely beautiful couple find their happy ending.


The Arches at St Mary's, Putney


Saturday 10th June - 2.30pm and 5.30pm 

Sunday 11th June - 1pm and 4pm 

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