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Please, Feel Free To Share
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Please, Feel Free To Share

A dynamic, darkly comic, one-woman show about our personal addictions, the never-ending pursuit of ‘likes’ and our growing desire to share all

“Everyone is constructing themselves, I am just more conscious of doing it. I’m a sculptor of it. I am a fucking artist.”

Alex is a social success. Her Instagram boasts a montage of members-only rooftops, inexplicably sunny days and clinking glasses – like after like after like! When her father dies, Alex reluctantly joins a bereavement group. She shares a little, and then lies… a lot. And it feels good – like the ‘likes’, but live, and just like that, Alex is hooked.

Please, Feel Free to Share by Rachel Causer is a dynamic, darkly comic, one-woman show about our personal addictions, the never-ending pursuit of ‘likes’ and our growing desire to share all.

Finalist: Popcorn Writing Award 2021

Brough to you by Scatterjam, a female-led performance company who are committed to creating innovative shows that actively challenge commonly held preconceptions and celebrate the comedic potential of doing so. They are the makers of the ★★★★★, Offie-Nominated play When It Happens.


'Alex' performed by Róisín Bevan

Written by Rachel Causer
Directed by  Liam Blain
Lighting Design Archie Macleod
Sound Design Raffaela Pancucci
Associate Lighting Design Alexander Capon
Associate Sound Design Amber Carey
Dramaturg Cressida Peever
Producer Robyn Bennett 

Ticket Price

£12.50 - £15


18th July


King's Head Theatre



Praise for Scatterjam’s When It Happens

“totally brilliant and confounds expectations…The writing is by turns anarchic, explosive but by the end of the piece, empowering and fun” ★★★★★ Spy in the Stalls 

“an excellent 50-minute comedy, well written, well-acted and well-staged” ★★★★★ Fringe Review

Offie nominated Best Play in a Short Run.



Content warnings: The play contains strong language and a mild sexual reference with themes of grief and alcoholism. There are references to the death of a child, child abandonment, and discussions around support group themes including weight loss and addictions. 

This production is part of our Edinburgh Fringe Previews season.
This production lasts 60 minutes with no interval.

Please note this show will be performed on top of our main house set.


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