NOMINATED! Off West End Award for Most Promising New Playwright (Pedro Leandro), Best Performance Ensemble (Stephanie Booth and Hannah Livingstone) and Director (Evan Lordan)
Some people are inherently unlikeable. Some people smell bad. Some people have just read The Bell Jar and insist on telling everyone. Some people click their fingers at waiters & waitresses.
These two flatmates hate those people.
They hate a lot of things. Perhaps even each other. But they were having a perfectly nice time. Not great, not wonderful, not even lovely, but fine. And then she had to go and spoil it all.
Conflicted Theatre have teamed up with award-winning filmmaker Will Peppercorn to return to the Omnibus Theatre with the film adaptation of their award-nominated short play We Were Having a Perfectly Nice Time. If you missed the sell-out run in October 2020 don’t sweat it, we will deliver this deadpan dark comedy directly to your front room.
Nominated for three Off West End Awards - Best Ensemble, Most Promising New Playwright and Director - this is a unique second chance to catch this comedic short about loo roll, lost love at the bus station and knowing when to end a conversation. Especially a sad one.
Conflicted Theatre have been a staple of the Dublin Fringe and Cork Midsummer festivals over the past 10 years, writing, devising, and adapting theatre in office blocks, elevators, warehouses & private dining clubs. Having moved to the UK, right now the most exciting place to put on a show is on your screen!
The live film premiere and Q&A event will take place on YouTube, a link and any further access details will be sent to the email address you used to book one day ahead of the event. The film will then be available to stream for one month.
Only one ticket is required per device.
This is a Pay What You Can event with suggested ticket prices that you can select, from £1 with donation options. We aim to support artists and theatre makers through this challenging time so if you are able, please donate to support their work.