Amelia has arranged to meet Stacey, an online seller, who she is hoping to a purchase a second hand laptop from.
The two stay for a coffee, get chatting and end up getting into some pretty personal stuff. They may not have a great deal in common but the two peculiar girls have the solutions to each others problems. This is definitely the beginning of something interesting.
Writer/Director/Producer/Editor – Rebecca Jo Hanbury
Stacey – Tiffany Stevenson
Amelia – Rebecca Jo Hanbury
Co-creator of ‘Babble and Froth’, Rebecca trained as an actress at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and also trained classically as a singer.
Rebecca began her career in Musical theatre, touring nationally with the Who’s Rock Opera ‘Tommy’ and Barbara in Ray Cooney’s ‘Time’s Up’ at the Shaftesbury.
Rebecca has appeared as Frau Kurten in Anthony Neilson’s ‘Normal’ at the Greenwich Playhouse, Olive in the Female version of ‘The Odd Couple’ and Andi in ‘Sweet As’ at the Soho Theatre. Rebecca has had TV roles in Holby, Eastenders and played the role of Twattsie in two seasons of Aussie Comedy series ‘It’s a Date’ for the ABC.
Rebecca co-created the theatre project ‘Stolen Moments’ – a monthly showcase of short scenes both in London and Melbourne, which inspired the format for ‘Babble and Froth’.
Rebecca has a passion for comedy, a great ear for accents and loves creating new characters. After a few years “resting” to pursue her role as ‘Real life Mother of two’, she’s extremely excited to have a script in her hand. She hopes you enjoy the show..
Stevenson is an award winning actor, comedian and writer
As seen/heard doing stand up on stuff like Mock The Week, The Weekly, 8 out of 10 cats, JFL, Breaking The News, The Bugle, Laugh Out Loud, Drunk History, As Yet Untitled, The Now Show, Stand Up Central, All Access .
As seen acting on shows likePeople Just Do Nothing, Game Face, White Gold, Footballers Wives TV, The Office, Making A Killing etc. We all die someday Writing on Avenue 5 , personal essays and opinion pieces for The Guardian, The Independent, Metro, The Herald , Mashable.
Creator of 9 Edinburgh Fringe shows, 3 of which have been in Top 20 best reviewed shows of the fringe. Creator of viral sensation Bridget Trumps Diary, creator of Men She Wrote & Tiny Revolutions podcast.
My show Old Rope is London’s longest running and most popular new material night.