Programme – Bass by Roli Okorodudu

Bass is one of our Play Club 2021 winning plays; it was written in response to Pulse by Julie Tsang. 

Before a family gathering Pip is reminded of life without her Mum and questions her Dad’s
parenting skills, his love of reggae and all his football training.

 

Cast and Creative Team: 

Writer: Roli Okorodudu

Director: Jess Gill

Pip: Jasmine Rachelle
Dad: by Kevin Golding
Panel guest: Oliver Lansley from Wildchild

About the writer

Roli Okorodudu is an Actor/Writer. Her short play Blend.Share.Mix was selected and performed for Theatre 503’s Rapid
Response and another play, Let’s Start at The Beginning was performed with Page to Stage
London’s scratch night . As an actor she has devised and written on Takeaway by Stephen
Clark and Northampton Theatre Royal’s Amandla! Roli is currently working on two full length piece Holiday: loosely based on a true story
where five women take their young children away for a week; And Merry Widows: Two
recently widows decide to move in with each other in order to move on but guilt and
bereavement make this a challenging journey. Her audio drama piece Golden is in
production for Evcol Entertainments on Another Wavelength Audio Drama.
As an actor recent work includes short films including F**k The Honeymoon, Blinkers,
Borrowed Time, Smiley Insincere Maniac, Joy In People, Afro Punk Girl, Tower XYZ and UK
feature films Big Boys Don’t Cry and The Refuge. TV includes Heartland, Embankment,
Trauma, Drifters, Trying Again, Casualty and Doctors. Roli lives in Stockwell with her 2 cats and her 2 children.
IG Roli.OK
Twitter RoliOkorodudu
Spotlight: https://www.spotlight.com/1530-1202-3197

For enquiries about the script email: contact@londonplaywrights.org


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