Stumble Trip Theatre are proud to present
HEATHER AND HARRY
A story about the disease that we call LOVE.
Combining clowning, cabaret, theatre and an array of dance styles Heather and Harry is an extremely silly unpicking of what it means to be human… and in Love.
Heather is cast from heaven by her gangster rapper husband Zeus. Finding herself in the midst of Londinian mayhem she seeks solace in the lonely cockney philosopher Harry. Harry shows Heather proof of beauty and love amongst the chaos.
“This celebration of the human touch is a short, sweet and sincere production’
🌟🌟🌟🌟 London Theatre 1
‘It’s typical Greek tragedy for modern times, told with a solid dose of humour, music and play…It’s refreshing… an amusingly chaotic style to the performance’
🌟🌟🌟🌟 North West End
‘…had me laughing and giggling throughout the duration… A real pick me up…’
Stumble Trip -the newest theatre company to be produced by the Jacques Lecoq School – will take you on a journey with just some sequins and impressive fake beards.
We would like to say a huge thank you to the following legends for supporting our Kickstarter and making our Edinburgh dream come true:
Graham Young, Heather Reynolds, Nanna. G, Lewis Garvey, Serena Flynn, Hannah Kamen, Charlotte Godolphine, Seb Godolphin, Helen Pillot de chenecy, Sam Dugmore, Leanne Doutre, Brian Rust, Kim Wright, Lee Newman, Matt Miller, Steve Mcgregor, Louise Malcolmson, Natasha Whiting, Amanda Fisher, Martin Fisher, James stratford, Jo Royle and Seb Royle.
Stumble Trip is the lovechild of the aforementioned lasses.
Here they are pretending to be normal…
Just in case anyone fancy were to stumble upon this.
Grace Church – Co-director and ‘Harry’
Grace is an actor and theatre-maker from Brighton.
She trained at the University of East Anglia 2011-2014 and then the Jacques Lecoq School 2015-2017.
She created the theatre company Guttersnipe Theatre in 2014 who enjoyed a sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2015 with their play ‘You Before Me’.
She then co-created ‘MOONFACE’ for Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016 –
‘A bittersweet examination of growing pains, devised with precision and intelligence, and performed with honesty and joy’ – Broadway Baby, 5 star review
She recently filmed a virtual reality project Marie Antoinette VR, directed by Carol Liu in Paris, in which she played Marie Antoinette.
Chloe Young – Co-director and ‘Heather’
Chloe is an actor, dancer and theatre-maker from Bristol.
She started professional training at the Arts Educational School London in 2006 where she studied for two years. She then studied Drama at Exeter University from 2010-2013. Chloe has recently graduated from the Jacques Lecoq School where she met Grace and formed Stumble Trip Theatre.
Chloe has a diverse background in classical theatre, dance, singing and physical theatre.
She is an experienced performer and starred in the sell-out run of ‘Breathing Corpses’ by Laura Wade at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013-
“A performance too look out for: Chloe Young is a complex blend of heartfelt sympathy and gritted frustration.” –5 star Breathing Corpses Edinburgh Fringe.
She is currently working on a devised physical theatre project ‘The Family Blimp’ with newly formed international theatre company The Klump.
Laila Woozeer – Musician
Laila is a musician, composer and performer based in London. She has worked extensively in music for theatre, podcasts and events, with clients including Barbican Centre, Glastonbury Festival, Future Cinema, VAULT festival, Proud Camden, Wikimania. She worked with Rhum & Clay on their show A Strange Wild Song and later won two awards for her original score.Her compositions draw on her varied background and take influence from jazz, contemporary classical and musical theatre. She also writes the blog www.tapeparade.com and has been featured on Marie Claire, Victoria Live and Buzzfeed. You can find out more about Laila at www.lailawoozeer.com.“(her music is) haunting and dysphoric” – Broadway Baby
“(her) score is strange, wild, affecting” – The Herald
Claire Parry – Assistant musical director
Claire Parry is a theatre maker, performer, musician and educator based in London.
She trained at the Jacques Lecoq School and has also had extensive training in music and dance. She is touring with musical Shakespeare company Three Inch Fools.