A biomedical tale of personal misfortune. 

I'm 26. Three women in my family have a cancer-causing genetic mutation*

One of them is old, one of them is me and the other is dead.

In four years time, I have some options **

Basically this is a play written about my relatives without their permission. They won't mind ***

** Involves a scalpel.
*** I hope.

Developed in association with Greenwich Theatre and supported by Breast Cancer Now. Goodstock was written and developed on the Royal Court & Soho Theatre Young Writer's programmes. This production is supported by the New Diorama Emerging Companies Fund, and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. 


Winners of the NSDF Emerging Artists Award in both 2013 and 2014 with their previous shows Play for September and KATE, and part of New Diorama Theatre's Emerging Theatre Company Programme 2015.

Lost Watch pride themselves on creating new theatre derived from honest and gripping stories. We collaborate with multi-skilled performers to create and entertain.

Lost Watch, formed in 2013, trained together at East 15 on the Acting and Contemporary Theatre course


"Goodness, it's the kind of work I come to the fringe to see"
Lyn Garnder