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February 24 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

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Daily until March 6, 2016,
and An event every 1 week(s) on Saturday that begins at 2016-02-24 02:45 pm and lasts 0 day(s) and 1.25 hour(s), the last of which will begin on 2016-02-24 7:45


by Florence Keith-roach

Crescent | 6.30pm |24 Feb – 6 March | £16
Matinee | 2.45pm | 27th Feb & 5th Mar | £12

Advance Sales Notice: Our See Tickets allocation goes off-sale a few hours before the show, and the day before for matinee performances: this doesn't mean tickets are unavailable. On the day, you can normally get tickets on the door or on Yplan - please keep an eye on our twitter feed for news on sold out shows.

Eggs Special Offers

‘After the Heat, We Battle for the Heart’ and ‘Eggs’ – £20

‘After the Heat, We Battle for the Heart’
Come and watch me play, take a little time, watch me spin into a fury and relaxSpain, 1949. Conchita enters the ring to face her 750th bull. Half a century later, Ruth returns from a salsa class, steps up onto her windowsill and readies herself to jump. Read more…

‘You Are Me & I Am You’ and ‘Eggs’ – £18

You Are Me & I Am You
Come and watch me play, take a little time, watch me spin into a fury and relax into a rhyme. Read more…

How to Book
Click “BOOK NOW” and buy your ‘Eggs’ ticket, then add one of these great shows before you checkout.

Students and Under 27s Ticket

Buy special discount tickets by clicking “BOOK NOW” and selecting the concession price.

For more VAULT deals visit our offers page…

The writer and actor of the VAULT 2015’s sold out, critically acclaimed show, Love to Love to Love you brings you;

Though friends from university, GIRL 1 and GIRL 2 are living very different lives. Now in their late twenties, the only things that continue to unite them are their struggle against society’s expectations, a love of 90s dance music and a mounting alienation.

Over the course of a year, the tension of this realisation mounts and the wilfully humorous banality of their dialogues, so reassuring at first, begins to grate against a far more sincere and ultimately tragic subtext.

For this is a story about coming to terms with the absurd horror of one’s own fragmentation in a world. A world where the untimely death of a friend, IVF, pop-feminism, Scarlett Johansson, MDMA and Cher’s 90’s comeback album all chaotically co-exist.

In the end, it is their friendship, however flawed, which rescues these women from utter abstraction. This play celebrates these relationships, for all their bickering and sardonic glory.

A play about young women trying to figure out who they are. It’s about young people trying to figure out how to exist.

Eggs has been chosen  by Nick Hern Books to be published in an anthology of their five favourite plays at VAULT 2016. Learn more…




“Honest, smashing…a rare treat,”
The Evening Standard

“Wonderfully-written: unselfconscious, witty, sharp and perceptive,”
Adelaide University Union

“The genius of her work is simmering away; in a few years your ticket stub will be the kudos you saw her concoction of sex, drugs and lonely disco here first. Honest. Human. Real. Frank. Funny.”
Broadway Baby


24 Feb – 6 March, 6.30pm, Crescent, £16
Matinee – 2.45pm 27th Feb & 5th March

Florence Keith-Roach – Co-director & Writer & Girl 1
“Rising star of the London Theatre scene,”” – The Evening Standard, Florence Keith-Roach is an actor, writer and director working across film, theatre and TV. Eggs, her second play, opened at the Edinburgh free fringe in 2015 with 5* reviews. Her short film, Frenching The Bully, is available to watch online.

Amani Zardoe – Girl 2
Blackout (Drayton Arms), Crushed (Kings Head, Best New Play Brighton Fringe), Eggs (Edinburgh Free Fringe). Short films: The Dry Cleaner, Play. Amani’s short film The Silent Gangsters, which she co-directed recently screened at the London Short Film Festival and Southampton Intl Film Festival where it won Best Score and was nominated for Best Comedy and Best Editing.

Lucy Wray -Director
Lucy is a director and performer, who trained at Oxford School of Drama. Directing credits include: Goodstock (Greenwich Theatre/New Diorama/Pleasance Edinburgh 2015) for LostWatch Theatre Company.She is an Associate Director with METIS, having worked as assistant director on World Factory dir. Zoe Svendsen & Simon Daw (Young Vic/New Wolsey). Lucy runs Heavy Weather theatre company with playwright Camilla Whitehill (Where Do Little Birds Go? ‘People’s Choice’ Award Winner, Vault Festival 2015) and Populace with theatre maker Tom Ross Williams. Populace was set up in response to anti-cuts protests in March 2011 and has performed work at the Bush Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Lyric Hammersmith, Ovalhouse, The Junction and Rich Mix.

Lucie Massey – Producer

As well as producing all Orphee productions, Lucie Massey runs Slap Ya Papa, a successful London based pop-up. She recently closed a 2 week residency at The Vaults Kitchen, selling 600 dinner tickets and 300 party tickets for a 12 day run.

Hannah Tookey – Producer
Hannah’s credits include 2theatre’s ACE-funded ‘Ingrid’, HeadFirst Production’s, ACE-funded ‘La Boheme’, ‘Dry Land’ (JST).

Clementine Keith-Roach – Set Design
Set designer and artist, Clementine has worked with Bulgari, Another Magazine, Harpers Bazaar and Tim Walker. Her bespoke marble furniture was sold at Selfridges as part of the “Bright Young Things,” exhibition.

Lily Ashley – Costume
As well as designing costume and assisting on the costume design for Stephen Spielberg’s new film, Lily Ashley is a theatre and film director, past projects include the hugely successful play, There’s a Monster in the Lake, and videos for the fashion brand Private White Company.

Lindsay Bytof – Stage Manager
Lindsay Bytof is delighted to be a part of the Orphee productions team and the Vaults festival. Currently on the MA in Applied Theatre course at UOL Goldsmiths, most recent technical credits include showrunner for Drunken Shakespeare and lighting design for The Ophelia Theatre groups productions of Rosecrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Fortinbras, all in NYC.


Alongside Eggs’ run at the Vaults, the Orphee Productions team will be running a series a workshops and talks to schools and charities, addressing many of the themes raised in the play and gender disparity in the arts. If you would be interested in finding out more about these, please do get in touch. 

“Honest, smashing…a rare treat,”
The Evening Standard

“The genius of her work is simmering away; in a few years your ticket stub will be the kudos you saw her concoction of sex, drugs and lonely disco here first. Honest. Human. Real. Frank. Funny.”
Broadway Baby

“Refreshingly unabashed… a serious and heartfelt work…playwright Florence Keith-Roach is a rising star… her fellow actor, Amani Zardoe, is clearly one to watch too.”
Fringe Guru

“Excellent, a truly great depiction of friendship”
Female Arts Magazine

“Wonderfully-written: unselfconscious, witty, sharp and perceptive,”
Adelaide University Union


February 24
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
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