Rufus and Alice have been unhappily married for nearly 10 years. Mind you, it hasn't always been bad. While working together on Tox City's police force, they soon realised they shared something in common; they like killing people. Not just any people of course, only those that deserve it and who are never justly punished for their crimes. However, after agreeing that marriage would be a useful cover for their sinister dealings, things have started to deteriorate in their relationship and they've started getting sloppy. This isn't helped by the arrival of their newborn son, Teddy, who keeps them inconveniently occupied. To make matters worse, their old friend on the force, DCI Jean Fox, is hot on their trail after finding evidence connecting them with a series of unsolved murders. Along with her new hapless deputy, DS Jack Hound, they piece together the clues and try to stop Rufus and Alice before they can embroil their friendly and good-intentioned, but tediously boring, neighbours, Tim and Susan, in their wicked deeds. As the tension builds and Fox and Hound stumble their way closer to the truth, Rufus and Alice realise maybe marriage wasn't such a great idea after all...
'TOXICITY' was first performed on 7th March 2016 at The Pinter Studio
Written and Directed by Cameron Szerdy
Rufus ... Andrew Bourne
Alice ... Emily Howarth
DCI Jean Fox ... Beth Graham
DS Jack Hound ... Jack Dent
Tim ... Tom Spencer
Susan ... Daniella Harrison
Peter/DCI Terry Hammer/Pierre ... Aidan Parsons
Reporter/DS Harriet Nail/Amelia ... Aine Nettleton
Thick & Thin Theatre present a new play about greed, morality and… zombies.
In the not so distant future humanity has fallen victim to a disease, turning people into flesh craving, drooling, rotting versions of themselves. However, the cliched disease spells good news for one company.
Business is booming at MediBite Inc., where sales of their drugs and medical supplies have shot through the roof. Hospitals are overflowing and in desperate need of supplies and medicine.
And MediBite are here to help. Only if they can make a healthy profit of course.
After waking himself up with his daily cocktail of drugs, Harry, the money obsessed manager, does his best to keep his terrifying CEO, Ursula, happy, while also keeping his eye on his niece and apathetic new intern, Tina. Meanwhile, accountant and hopeless romantic Jeff shows skeptical new salesman, Rosie, around the office....
However, everything changes when smug scientist Stuart finds a cure for the disease that has ravaged the world. A debate is sparked within the office and punches, both verbal and phyiscal, are thrown. Each employee has their say and their true colours are exposed. However, with both the living and the dead calling for their heads, time is running out…
'BRAINS' was performed from the 11th-14th January 2017 at Theatre N16 Balham
Written and Directed by Cameron Szerdy
Harry ... Aidan Parsons
Tina ... Aine Nettleton
Jeff ... Jack Dent
Ursula ... Stephanie Overington
Rosie ... Jo Mance
Stuart ... Tom Spencer
18th April, 2017. 3:05pm. Albion Airways Flight TS994 is en-route to Glasgow.
David and Gillian are discussing their horoscopes. Rory and Grace are planning a holiday. Steph and Abbie are swiping on Tinder. And Ian has something he needs them to know.
Having been released prematurely from a mental health facility and separated from his newfound love, Ian finds himself compelled to take decisive action. With his manipulative doctor determined to silence him and his one chance to act slipping away, Ian is driven to the most drastic of measures - with unforeseen consequences for all involved.
'SLIGHT DELAY' was first performed on 26th November 2016 at The Pinter Studio
Written by Tom Spencer
Directed by Tom Spencer & Cameron Szerdy
Ian ... Peter Fogarty
Nicola/Hostess ... Jo Mance
Dr. Turner ... Stephanie Overington
Greg/Superintendant ... Jack Dent
David/Security Guard ... Aidan Parsons
Gillian ... Katy Whitlock
Rory ... Jamie Mcgeown
Grace ... Ruby Porter
Abbie/Dr. Fields ... Sophie Nethercott
Steph ... Lucy Borja