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The Blue Elephant

'Every day I wake up and for half a second I can half forget that half my heart is missing'


Alex, Billie and Charles live in the same house but they never see each other. Charles’ wife of 50 years has passed away. Billie is reeling from heartbreak. Alex’s dad recently took his own life, and now he’s facing his own depression.


Gaia Fay Lambert’s moving debut play is a series of interweaving monologues. It blends poetry with theatre as its three characters attempt to articulate universal experiences of loneliness, loss and longing. The Blue House looks to provide the audience with hope, healing and solidarity after some of the most turbulent and lonely years in living memory.

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


Performance Ensemble | Sound Design (finalist) | Direction

'An extraordinary debut'

- There Ought to be Clowns

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Alex: Gbenga Jempeji

Billie: Meg Lewis

Charles: Séamus Newham

Writer: Gaia Fay Lambert

Director: Myles O'Gorman

Designer: Hazel Low

Sound Designer: Jamie Lu

Lighting Designer: Kevin Murphy

Stage Manager: Amy Hales

Producer: Jake Curran-Pipe

Design Assistant: Gabe Gilmour

Marketing Assistant: Millie Buckingham

Videographer: Louis Norris

'Not just your average piece of theatre, The Blue House pushes poetic boundaries'

- Fairy Powered Productions

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- The Audience Club

Production Photos: Ted Baxter

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