Jamie goes to exotic lengths to conquer her love-struck yearning. Mickiewicz inexplicably disappears over the Channel. Tracy's fussy interfering turns nasty. Michelle and Stuart view a one-bed flat with an untidy past. Billy misses his nan. In works exploring themes of loneliness, lost heritage and unforgotten love, our characters must come to terms with their place as strangers in a new and unfamiliar environment, wrestling with their past to understand how to live in the present. Outsiders is four actors in three plays by two writers, brought together by one director, each trying to find out where the line is between us and them, friends and foes, the living and the dead, and home from away. Outsiders was our debut show and we performed to a sold out auditorium at the Bunker Theatre on April 28th and 29th 2019.

Woman in the Wall - Felix O'Brien Home Comforts - Francis Elvans Salt - Felix O'Brien

Michelle and Shelle - Caoimhe Farren You can see Caoimhe on screen in Derry Girls, and Doctors. Some stage credits include The Ferryman (Gielgud Theatre) Confidence/Supply, Carnivores (Southwark Playhouse), EleXion (Theatre 503) Clickbait, V.E. (The Bunker).

Jamie and Tracey - Sian Polhill-Thomas Work on stage includes Lady Windermere’s Fan (Vaudeville Theatre) Ugly Lies The Bone, Deep Blue Sea (National Theatre). TV includes Moving on (BBC), Holby City (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Coronation Street (ITV). Siân is also a Live Continuity Announcer with the BBC.

Stuart and Billy - Shaun Mason Shaun’s theatre credits include Stop And Search (Arcola Theatre), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Sheffield Crucible), All’s Well That Ends Well (Globe), and many more. On TV he’s appeared in Trollied, Rellik, Line of Duty and Shameless.

Lee and Pilot - Toby Spearpoint Toby works in film, TV and theatre. Selected credits include Communicating Doors (SJT), Neighbourhood Watch (SJT), Surprises (SJT), Heartbreak House (Union theatre). Toby is also a Fight Director and a voiceover artist with The Discovery Channel.

Directed by James Ronan Music composed by Thomas Silverman Stage Manager: Verena Prandstaetter