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31 Aug-4 Sep

The Space 17 - 31 Oct
105 minutes
AGES 16+
TICKETS £10 / £5 concession
Written by Lee Lauren
Directed by Lu Curtis

Performed by
Ayesha Griffiths and Katja Quist
Set design by Amy Mitchell
Lighting and video design by
Rachel Sampley
Supported by ANTS as part of
ANTS Presents

The Space Theatre: 31 Aug - 4 Sep '21

This show is looking for new theatres to tour. If you are interested in booking Triple, please contact us at!

🍨 3 Scoops

🛒 9 Scenes

👀 27 (concerned) Parties

❣️ 1-2 Performers


Overwhelmed? Us too.

From ANTS Theatre's sick-in-a-good-way director Lu Curtis and actually-quite-funny new writer Lee Lauren, comes a hilarious and probing new monologue play asking: in a world hungry for more, more, more, can we ever truly be (f)three?

In 3 scoops, Triple serves you 3² tantalising and titillating stories of parties of three; a darkly comic look at love and late capitalism.


In scoop 1 🥄 Supermarkets. Talking Sex Toys. Drag Kings.


In scoop 2 🥄🥄Skin Care. The Sims 4. Soft Apocalypse.


In scoop 3 🥄🥄🥄 Soap-Scum. Super-Action. World-Salvation.

"it's impressive to accomplish but I find myself both belly laughing and sitting on the edge of my seat at the same time"

★★★★★ The Crumb


Lee is a writer, producer and theatre-maker completing her MA in Writing for Performance and Broadcast Media at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama.

Lee has had short works performed at the Ivy House, the Golden Goose, RCSSD studio, and the Wimbledon Book Festival in association with It’s Freezing In LA.

Lee likes writing about revolutions big and small, and making heavy subjects hot and fun. 


Lu is an ANT.

Apart from anting, Lu is an award-winning director, theatre-maker and facilitator. Graduating from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama in September 2020 with a distinction in MA Advanced Theatre Practice, she was nominated for both the Saville Scholarship and the Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund as Director/Theatre Maker.

Lu thinks she looks like a lizard and enjoys directing new work that is both playful and thought-provoking. 


Ayesha is from London. She trained on the CDT course (collaborative and devised theatre) at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama graduating in 2020. Since graduating she has filmed two short films DREAMERS directed by Lucie Trémolières and SMASH AND GRAB directed by Neil Linpow. Ayesha can currently be seen in commercial campaigns for British Rail, Brut and Ocado.

Productions while training include, Jeanette, ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT, Theatre Peckham, directed by Joyce Henderson; Taylor Figueroa, VERNON GOD LITTLE directed by Gretchen Egolf; Gaveston in EDWARD II, directed by Robert Bowman; Daphne in PRESENT LAUGHTER, directed by Hannah Banister; Frankie/Berenice, THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING, directed by Jemima James; Marie, WOYZECK, directed by Alasdair Middleton and Juliet, ROMEO & JULIET directed by Alasdair Middleton.


Katja has just finished playing Olivia and Sir Andrew in The Orange Tree Theatre’s Primary School Shakespeare Tour of Twelfth Night. She graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School as part of the class of 2020. 


Her Previous Credits Include:

C-O-N-T-A-C-T (Aria Ents/ WEF productions), Her Naked Skin (Circomedia), Earthquakes in London (Bristol Old Vic), Mind The Gap (Edinburgh Fringe), Boot Sale (Manchester Lass O’Gowrie), Slick (NYT), Olympics and Paralympics Team Welcome Ceremonies (NYT). 


Like any South East Londoner, you can find Katja staunchly defending it as the best part of London (/the world?). She has strong opinions on chicken shops. Katja describes herself as entertainingly dyspraxic and loves bonkers, sweaty rehearsal rooms. 

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