Maybe you're the last person I'll ever fuck.

Yes. If you die tomorrow.

An intimate two-hander. Follow the journey of Leonie and Bay as they relive their intense and erratic relationship over the course of one night. By turns understated and visceral, Attic examines the violent, all-consuming and seemingly illogical turmoil of contrasting emotions felt after a relationship has ended between two people who never quite find their way back together.

Meriel Hinsching's debut play was originally developed at East 15 Acting School's Debut Festival, and was presented at the King's Head Theatre, Islington in collaboration with RedDeer Theatre Company. 

"Aptly pinteresque, well written and daring... dripping with incredibly real emotion and pain." ★★★★ The Open Door

"An intimately told story... Stapleton and Harris tackle the roles exceptionally." Camden New Journal 

"Ed Theakston's production is studiously considered and inspires highly confident performances from both actors." Act Drop

"The performance is delivered in pockets of time, like memories flitting in and out of the consciousness of the audience...shows huge promise." London Theatre 1


Originally developed at East 15 Acting School's pioneering Debut Festival in February 2017, created by Uri Roodner, with mentoring by Jesse Britton and Charlotte Josephine.

Performed by Phoebe Stapleton & Connor Harris

Written by Meriel Hinsching

Directed by Ed Theakston

Designed by Ioana Curelea