Programme – All Work No Play by Scott Younger

Fresh out of university, Greg is keen for his first taste of the working world. But he gets more than he bargained for when he joins Atlantis, a shambolic company due to host a make-or-break corporate event. Charged with finding a venue, navigating through office politics and surviving a gun-wielding CEO: it’s a baptism of fire for the new starter.

A 45-minute extract of All Work No Play will be performed tonight. 

Trigger warnings: references to paedophilia, mild violence, workplace bullying, implied sex, swearing.

Cast and Creative Team: 

Writer: Scott Younger

Director: Chloe Cattin

Greg: Luke Palmer

Ken: Richard Sandling

Yvonne: Jenny Willis

James: Mark Kazakos

Gabby: Sadie Pepperell

Pam: Laoisa Sexton


Panel guest: Rex Obano, screenwriter and playwright.

About the writer

Scott is an emerging playwright based in Cambridgeshire, UK. He is passionate about telling stories that move, entertain and make people laugh. His plays include the award-nominated ‘The Baffling Adventures of Question-Mark Man’ (Edinburgh Fringe), ‘Junk’ (Old Red Lion Theatre), ‘The Vegan Next Door’ (Horse and Stables Theatre) and ‘Bodkin’s Beans’ (The Vaults). Scott has also written and performed comedy sketches for BBC Radio Norfolk and BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.Scott is an alumnus of the Soho Young Theatre company, The Director’s Cut Writers club, Eastern Angles’ Young writers group and has worked as a script reader for The Space theatre. Scott was recently selected as part of the Mercury Playwrights group for emerging eastern England playwrights.

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