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Developed in Berlin and Oslo.

Premiered at the Oslo Friteater festival November 2022

Supported by: Fritt Ord,  Oslo Teatersenter and 


Our hated but venerated smartphone: The portal to a world of possibilities; that little blue screen shining a light on the universe, offering joy and connection, yet also rejection and isolation. Screens are everywhere, and we move from one form to another as effortlessly and unconsciously as though we always had.

But what was it like the first time that screen’s were encountered? With comedy, clowning, absurdity, surrealism and tragedy, two sisters discover screens and their offerings for the very first time. Fascination turns to addiction... will they be able to save each other?

Next show: 
Reykjavik Fringe festival
June 27-29, 2023

Brunch Lady

Developed for the 2018 Expat Expo in partnership with the English Theatre Berlin.

"Katie-Rose Spence also proves how grandiose and simple theatre can be...What a slapstick talent!"

An interactive solo clown act pondering (whilst sipping a mimosa) the pressures of keeping up appearances.  


“Forgoing avo on toast for brunch once a week and you’ll save for your deposit in ... 175 years! .... “ Brigid Delaney.


We parade about with delusions of grandeur, in a climate where we are willing to overlook the cost, both personal and societal for the appearance of having everything now. It’s official, brunch has been condemned as an extravagant excess, but here we are happily munching away our hangover on Sunday morning anyway, unable to afford our lives, but content in our denial.

Until today.

Brunch Lady will ensure your late morning meal will never be quite the same again…

pray it wasn’t you who ordered the avocado on toast.

The Trepidation of the Tower Traipsing Troglodytes

Co-Created with Hannah Poppy Pascoe

Developed in Perth, WA and Hanover, Germany.

Premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2015) and performed Perth Fringe World (2016).

Supported by the Department of Culture and the Arts WA.

"The most fun you'll have in someone else's attic" 

-Fresh Fringe - 5/5 stars

"Pascoe and Spence... give outstanding, comedic and highly energetic performances - they come very close to Chaplin himself."

-Edinburgh Guide - 4/5 stars

"The two women are masters of the art of pulling faces"

"Theatre Bang Bang...energise their audience and leave you feeling like you’ve just been given a great big hug."

-Pelican magazine

The Trepidation of the Tower Traipsing Troglodytes Premiered at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and is Theatre Bang Bangs first production. It was specifically designed for one of C-Venues 'Found Spaces, which we were able to transform for the duration of the Festival. It was then re-realised in a much larger space for the 2016 Perth Fringe Festival.

The Troglodytes live alone in an attic, never leaving the confines of those four walls. Living away from society the two have formed their own specific way of communicating, their own daily rituals, which though simple in task, are inexplicably unachievable.

Completely isolated from the outside world, their only connection to humanity is the internet, where they are happily lost amidst YouTube wormholes, online shopping, and entertaining social media. Every day is much like the one before, except today: an audience surprises them. How will they react?

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