A cartoon of a tiger standing in the rain holding an umbrella, behind the tiger is a shadow of a girl.

TIGER: LIVESTREAM

PRESENTED BY JESSIE ANAND PRODUCTIONS
DIRECTED BY MYLES O’GORMAN
WRITTEN BY JOE EYRE
Tiger is back! But this time, you can access the performance from the comfort of your own home! Purchase a ticket and you will receive a link on 13 March available to watch at any point within a month. Happy streaming!

Alice is grieving and she’s lost her way. Oli is a doctor but he can’t make her better.

Struggling to make rent, they advertise for a flatmate and a mysterious stranger called Tiger arrives: they’re the strangest person you could meet, but to Alice, Tiger makes perfect sense.

Blurring the lines between comedy and tragedy, the real and the imaginary, this moving new play explores the mysteries of grief: how we befriend it, get lost in it, and find a way to live with it.

13 MAR
£8 LIVESTREAM

TIGER: LIVESTREAM

PRESENTED BY JESSIE ANAND PRODUCTIONS
DIRECTED BY MYLES O’GORMAN
WRITTEN BY JOE EYRE
Tiger is back! But this time, you can access the performance from the comfort of your own home! Purchase a ticket and you will receive a link on 13 March available to watch at any point within a month. Happy streaming!

Alice is grieving and she’s lost her way. Oli is a doctor but he can’t make her better.

Struggling to make rent, they advertise for a flatmate and a mysterious stranger called Tiger arrives: they’re the strangest person you could meet, but to Alice, Tiger makes perfect sense.

Blurring the lines between comedy and tragedy, the real and the imaginary, this moving new play explores the mysteries of grief: how we befriend it, get lost in it, and find a way to live with it.

13 MAR
£8 LIVESTREAM

Tiger | Rehearsal Gallery

Photo credit: Harry Elletson

Tiger | Production Shots

Photo credit: Harry Elletson

Tiger | Behind the Scenes

Tiger | Trailer

Cast

Headshot of Poppy Allen-Quarmby. She wears a white sheer shirt and holds her chin in one hand placed against her cheek.

Poppy Allen-Quarmby

Alice

Poppy Allen-Quarmby has recently been seen in the feature film Rye Lane for Searchlight/Disney+. Prior to this, she starred in Rebecca for Netflix/Working Title. In TV, Poppy starred in Gentleman Jack for BBC/HBO and in theatre, Poppy recently performed in Makeshifts & Realities, directed by Melissa Dunne at the Finborough Theatre. Poppy is a Guildhall graduate and is based in London.

Headshot of Luke Nunn. He is a caucasian man with dark brown hair and brown eyes. He wears a grey t-shirt and is gazing into the camera.

Luke Nunn

Oli

Television credits include: Father Brown and Casualty for the BBC, Disney+ series Pilgrim (working title) and The Last Kingdom for Carnival/Netflix. Film credits include: The Road Dance opposite Hermione Corfield, directed by Richie Adam. Luke graduated from the Royal Welsh College and was a Spotlight Prize Screen Awards finalist and Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award winner.

Headshot of Meg Lewis. They are caucasian and have a dark buzzcut. She wears a plaid grey shirt over a white shirt and is basing into the camera.

Meg Lewis

Tiger

Meg Lewis (they/she) is an OFFIE nominated actor. They recently graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where they were awarded the Raymond Edwards Prize for their contribution to the arts in Wales. Their short play A Disappointing Birthday Party won Theatr Clwyd‘s Daniel Owens Writing Competition. Meg is currently working towards their Level 2 Qualification in British Sign Language and is an associate artist of Helikon Theatre Company.

Theatre includes: PITCH (Pleasance/November Theatre), String (Omnibus Theatre), The Blue House (Helikon Theatre Company), VISITS (Clean Break/Papertrail), The Lion’s Den (Camden People’s Theatre), Moon Licks (Paines Plough), A Doll’s House (Sherman Theatre).

Film & TV includes: Achievement (Tree Tops Films), What We Doing (London Film School), GALWAD (Sky/National Theatre Wales), Grey Mare (Solent), I Do Harm (Newport Film School).

Creative Team

Writer 

Joe Eyre

Director 

Myles O’Gorman

Set and Costume Designer

Hazel Low

Lighting Designer

Cheng Keng

Sound Designer

Jamie Lu

Producer

Jessie Anand

Stage Manager

Emily Darley

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Content Warnings

Contains references to grief, suicide and self-harm

Find out more here.

Age Recommendation

12+

Duration

2h5m (inc. interval)