to whom it may concern

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'To Whom It May Concern' is an emerging writers night produced and directed by Salt Circle Productions. The one-hour show consists of monologues around different themes. Tonight’s theme is 'power dynamics' and will be performed by brilliant London based actors.
This is an evening of letters that were never sent. A night of connection, revolution and power as we hear the voices of 'us', the general public that is often overlooked.

With work written by:
Aidan Sadler
Corrina Bryant
Demi Echezona
Steph Agyemang- Prempeh

Directed by Tianna Banton, Grainne Robson and Cat Addens


Performances by Cookie Gureje, Aidan Sadler, Francesca Anderson, Deborah Imhogiemhe, Thomas Mallitte (musical performer).

Meet us after the show in the bar and meet up with fellow creatives. This is the first of many future 'To Whom It May Concern' new writers nights, so come and join us.

TW: Themes around sexual assault, racism, homophobia and sexism.
 

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
31st of March 2022, 7:00pm at Etcetera Theatre, Camden
 

CAST AND CREW

THE WRITERS

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Steph Agyemang-Prempeh

Writer of ‘to whom it may concern letter’

 

"Hello!

My name is Steph Agyemang-Prempeh and I'm one of the writers for this performance.

When I'm not working nights as a full time nurse, I'm behind my computer screen writing whatever comes to mind."

Aidan Sadler

Writer and performer of ‘To The Boys in The Ford Mondeo’

Aidan Sadler is a non binary cabaret artist and writer originally from Gravesend, now electrifying the streets of East London. Winner of "Best Solo Act" in the Scene Alba Awards, they sold out their debut solo show "Tropicana" at Edinburgh Fringe, performed at The Kings Head Theatre and ran various variety nights on the cabaret scene. Aidan is a multidisciplinary artist focussing on live vocals, stand up comedy and chaotic performance art.

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Demi Echezona

Writer of ‘New Years Resolution’

"My name is Demi Echezona, I am a Masters student at Goldsmiths University who predominantly writes poetry and plays. I want to share my work with as many people as possible and am glad to have this opportunity to do so. "

Corrina Bryant

Writer of ‘Impact Statement’

Corrina is a writer from London who writes for actor showcases and theatre students. She is a theatre and film reviewer and co-wrote the Magic Den podcast series for CBeebies during the pandemic. She also wrote monologues for actors during this time to help them showcase their talent virtually! She is delighted to be involved in ‘To Whom it May Concern.’

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THE PERFORMERS

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Cookie Gureje

Performer of ‘to whom it may concern letter’

Cookie is a 24 year old British Nigerian. A creative at heart who has engaged in a variety of acting workshops and classes.
Outside of this, she keeps herself busy working for a prestigious beauty brand!

Deborah Imhogiemhe

Performer of ‘New Years Resolution’

Deborah is an actor and singer, born in London and raised in Essex and Nigeria. She started her professional acting career after graduating with a degree in Theology last year. She is represented by Red Talent Management.

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Francesca Anderson

Performer of ‘Impact Statement’

Francesca is an actress and singer originally from rural Essex who has been fortunate enough to work on projects worldwide ranging from Open-Air tours of classical literature to Children's TV and everything inbetween. Later this year she will be jetting off again to Seoul, South Korea to perform in Hansel & Gretel but before Asia beckons she is excited to be involved with the team at Saltcircle and work on this wonderful piece of new writing for 'To Whom It May Concern'. 

Thomas Mallitte

Musical performer

"I am a folk musician from Wales - the aim is disturbing the comfortable and comforting the disturbed"

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THE DIRECTORS

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Tianna Banton

Director of 'to whom it may concern letter' and 'New Years Resolution'

Tianna Banton is a Black British writer, director and singer-songwriter. She started her career back in 2013 when she was 17 and since then has gone on to write and direct a series of films of all genres.

Grainne Robson

Director of 'Impact Statement' and Producer of 'To Whom It May Concern'

Grainne Robson (she/her) is an actor, director, stage manager, comedy writer and theatre creator. She studied acting at East15 Drama School and moved onto working towards a BA in Theatre at Goldsmiths University, London of which she graduated in 2021

Grainne had performed in numerous productions from amateur theatre, operas to online plays. She started writing comedy at drama school and has created comedy sketches online, written for award-winning stand-up comedians as well as performing improv while in London. She was the event organizer for ACT II Theatre Festival 2021 and has directed plays including 'The Tempissed', 'Locked In: A Monologue Play' and  'Messengers' and 'A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire: Freeing the Florist Within.

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Cat Addens

Dramaturg of 'To the boys in the Ford Mondeo' and Producer of 'To Whom It May Concern'

Cat Addens (he/him, they/them)

Having appeared in BBC’s Tracy Beaker and acted in several opera productions as a young adult, Cat took the next decade out to suffer through a breakdown and go on several misadventures. In 2021 they graduated from Goldsmiths with a Theatre and Performing Arts degree.

 

They studied the Meisner Technique in London and are working on several projects that deal with queer themes, including a play about queer shame and a comedy radio series. Having found a utopia in the comedy of the 90s, Cat draws their inspiration from the work of Victoria Wood, French and Saunders and Alan Bennett.