Love, Sex and Apps premieres a double-bill of multimedia plays, The Tinder Game and
Border Control, from award-winning playwright, Michelle Sewell, which take a brutally
honest look at the way we communicate and relate to others in our digital world.
Michelle Sewell is the winner of the Malcolm Bradbury Award. She graduated with a
distinction from the Masters of Creative Writing from the University of East
Anglia. She has been a writer in residence at Arcola Theatre, The North Wall and the
Australian National Studio. She is currently a BFI Writer in Development, and she is
attached to the SOHO young writer’s group. Her credits include: The Games We Played,
Theatre 503 (2016), and Strings, Manipulate international visual theatre festival (2016).
Runner up for the Nugent-Monck Prize, Michelle’s play, Border Control, presents a love
story and a piece of postmodern, political theatre which represents the globalized time
in which we live and the obstacles faced by people from different countries who are in
love but are displaced.
Love, Sex and Apps speaks about what it means to be in a relationship today.
It will premiere at The Bread & Roses Theatre at 7.30pm from 22nd November – 3rd
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