Paula has finally agreed to meet with her ex of two years Greg. They reminisce over the few chance meetings they’ve had over the past two years.
Greg caused the two to break up. Greg regrets his decision and Paula “was very upset”, but now… she has other ideas.
Writer/Director/Producer/Editor – Rebecca Jo Hanbury
Paula – Lara Stubbs
Greg – Damian Lynch
Damian trained at Webber Douglas Academy, London. Theatre credits include: Comedy About A Bank Robbery (West End and UK No. 1 Tour); Rhubarb Ghetto (VAULT Festival, London); Richard III, Hamlet & The Robbers (The Faction Theatre Company, New Diorama Theatre, London); Othello (Shakespeare in Styria, Austria); Mr Kolpert (Kings Head); Origins (Pentabus Theatre Company); Zero (Warwick Arts Centre); Carthage Must Be Destroyed (Traverse, Edinburgh – Winner of Best New Play at CATS Award) and School For Scandal (Salisbury Playhouse).
Television credits include: Giri/Haji (BBC/Netflix) Holby City, Eastenders: E20, Judge John Deed, Little Britain, Waking The Dead (BBC); The Bill (ITV); and GSG9 (Typhoon AG)Film credits include: Munich (Universal Pictures); Anemone (Fox Cub Films) and Elsie Prince of Denmark (Tailormade Productions)Damian’s radio work has included: Rebus: Fleshmarket Close, Tommies, Homefront, The Book of Strange Things and Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing (BBC Radio 4). Damian was a winner of the BBC Carleton Hobbs Radio Award, and was a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company. Damian has recorded over 80 audiobooks including: Hitler: A Biography, The Secret Footballer, Mycroft Holmes, The Faithful and the Fallen series, (Audible) and Doctor Who: Damaged Goods and Doctor Who: Masters of the Earth (Big Finish Productions).
Damian’s narration of Barefoot Soldier: A Tale of Extreme Valour, in which he portrayed Johnson Beharry V.C, was described by The Times as “a wonderfully dramatic involvement in its narration… a triumph”. Damian is the voice of Killmonger in the computer game Lego Marvel Superheroes 2, Michel de Chevin in the game Dragon Age: Inquisition, as well as voicing various characters in the World of Warcraft series.
Lara trained at Webber Douglas.
Theatre credits include: The Tailor of Gloucester, The Night Before Christmas (Salisbury Playhouse); Hecuba (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon); Bar Mitzvah Boy (Gatehouse); Cox & Box, Screenplay (Stephen Joseph Theatre); In The Image Of You (Leeds Playhouse); Cloudcuckoooland (Liverpool Everyman); Pinocchio (Dukes Theatre); Broadway In The Shadows (Arcola); The Tempest (Cliveden Open-Air).
Screen work includes: Rosamund Pilcher: School Reunion (ZDF); Officially Amazing (CBBC – BAFTA Nominated); Meet Me On The South Bank (Shooting Script Films).
Lara has performed around the world as a member of the multi-award winning comedy a capella quartet Barbershopera, including regular runs in the West End, The Drum Theatre Plymouth and at The Edinburgh Festival. Radio work includes Sketchorama (BBC) and many Barbershopera programmes, including the BBC Radio 4 Christmas Eve Special, The Barber of Shavingham.