Winner of the Stockwell Playhouse Bursary Prize For Writing.


Bobby diversifies between directing and being a Pharmacist. He is Artistic Director of The Arts Centre Telford where he has directed over 30 shows in the past 7 years. Bobby has been instrumental in the development of tube from the start. His directing credits include: tube (Stockwell Playhouse), Accidental Death Of An Anarchist and Oliver!. He is always open to new creative projects. Contact him on Twitter: @bobbystandley.


bobby standley


Michaela trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her recent credits include: 'Julia' in 'The Duchess of Malfi' for the Sam Wanamaker Festival (The Globe), Helena in 'A Little Dream' (the Deck, National theatre), Hope in 'Urinetown the Musical (The Pleasance Theatre) Find her on Twitter: @michaelacarbs


michaela carberry


George is an Actor and a Musician. Graduating from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in 2016 from their BA (Hons) Acting course, he has worked mostly in Fringe and Regional theatre, devising with Patch of Blue Theatre both for the Edinburgh Fringe and the Adelaide Fringe, His recent performances include Igor in Rob Rokicki’s Monstersongs (The Other Palace) and Dean in the new piece Is that all there is? by Ginger and Blonde Productions (Bread and Roses Theatre). Find him @george_damms

the man

george damms

we would like to thank the

Southwark Playhouse

Stockwell Playhouse

& Lion & Unicorn Theatre

for their support.

tube follows two strangers who happen to sit next to each other in an empty carriage when the train stops in a tunnel and doesn’t move again. It explores their relationship in this less than ideal situation, as they find comfort and strain in each other.

tube began as a simple idea. The play is adaptable, and the ultimate goal is for the play to be performed by as many people as possible. Joe wants the play to be accessible to everyone, and although the words and structure of the piece are in place, it is able to be played with. The play uses hyper-realism, which links a myriad of styles together, but ultimately being supported by a backbone of naturalistic text.

tube was fortunate enough to be R&D’ed at the Southwark Playhouse in May 2018. The piece was awarded the Stockwell Playhouse Bursary Prize For Writing after its performance in the 34th One Act Festival at the Stockwell Playhouse. tube returned to the Stockwell Playhouse in October, 2018.


The play has just confirmed another run at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre from 28th January - 2nd February 2020.

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