Post - Edinburgh Preview

Sat 20 Jul

Post - Edinburgh Preview

Sat 20 Jul
A play about free will, agency and the stigmas attached to abortion. Previews before it transfers to Edinburgh.

"I'm so tired of being responsible but feeling like I'm never in charge..."


It's Anna's final appointment and it is time to decide. A second opinion, some paperwork and then it's her turn. But no one really talks about it, do they? No one prepares you for just how confronting the whole process can be, especially when it falls in to the wrong hands. When Anna seeks medical advice from Dr Hayes, the two women's moral fibers become entangled in a web of judgment. 'Post-' is a play about free will, agency and the stigmas attached to abortion. 


Sophie Drake | Director
Direction includes Constellations (Hen & Chickens Theatre and Banham Theatre), Colin McKenzie (Greenside), NSFW (Schonell Theatre), The Imaginary Invalid (University of a Leeds).

Assistant Direction includes The Weatherman (Park theatre), Maggie May (Finborough Theatre), In Lipstick (Pleasance Theatre), A Sticky Season (Tristan Bates Theatre), Homos, or Everyone in America (Finborough Theatre), 1984 (Banham Theatre).

Trainee Direction includes Red (Wyndham’s Theatre).


Harriet Chomley | Actor, Writer, Producer

Film credits include Repentance (JJ Splice Productions), Paradise (Orlando Film Festival - Love is Love). Theatre includes Mini-Dress Mews- New Female Writing (Rough Hewn Theatre), Fast Girls (75% Old School). Creator & Producer of Something Risky Theatre – Producer & Creative Designer of A Mild Inconvenience (Hen & Chickens Theatre). Playwright. Creator, designer and owner of


Felicity McKay | Actor

TV credits include Home & Away (Channel 7), Wolf Creek (Emu Creek Pictures), The War That Changed Us (ABC). Theatre includes The Merchant of Venice (Bell Shakespeare), Antony and Cleopatra/ Julius Caesar (Sport for Jove Theatre Company), Angels in America, Venus in Fur & The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Black Swan State Theatre Company). Creator of Something Risky Theatre – Co-writer & Director of A Mild Inconvenience (Hen & Chickens Theatre).

Represented by CAM Management.

Venue Dates & Times
There are no upcoming performances for this event.

418 St John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ