What do you get when you cross a dead iguana, an employee with a very rare medical condition and the HR department in a high-end toilet factory?
Crunch! The new comedy drama from Sarah Archer.
Arthur is an over-promoted HR Manager, trying to find the path of least resistance in a world that has changed dramatically around him. Paula is the long-suffering HR advisor who keeps the ship afloat and herself sane by poking fun at her boss. And Jackie is the ambitious, and highly-strung new girl who is struggling to find her place in her family and the world.
But really, this is a tale, inspired by a true event, of three people who talk without sharing what’s really important and the chaos that ensues as a result.
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Playwright, Actor, Comedian | www.spotlight.com/5095-3423-7995
Sarah has been performing stand up comedy since 2003 all over the UK, including two solo stand up comedy shows to Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 & 2012. In 2015 she took her first play 'Dearly Beloved' to Edinburgh, and on tour. In 2018, Sarah loved playing Lily in 'The Amours of Lilly Langtry' and in 2020, Charlotte Bronté in 'At Home with the Brontés' for the Space Online fringe.
Actor | www.emma-hopkins.com
Since graduating with a degree in Contemporary Theatre Practice in 2011, Emma has been producing and performing in productions including her own one-woman-show (Hell Hath No Fury), and played leading roles in Dearly Beloved(Lacey) and Oleanna (Carol) , and Joan Greening's plays at the Edinburgh Fringe, including 'Jean-Marie' in 'The Amours of Lilly Langtry' and 'Lizzie Siddal' in 'Rossetti's Women.
Actor, Improviser, Street Performer | www.starnow.co.uk/fuller/
Philip, a born and bred Brightonian has been involved with the Brighton Fringe since 2005, during which he is better known as one half of the Kinky Traffic Wardens. He studied at the Academy of Creative Training. The highlight of his career is performing in Doctor Faustus with Sam West at Chichester Festival Theatre and he can be found regularly being murderously funny in Murder Mystery nights around the South East.
Coming up next from Lemon Squeeze
We’re heading to the Edinburgh Fringe with Joan Greening’s new play
‘Three Women and Shakespeare’s Will’ in August!
(More details on the Edinburgh Fringe website)
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