#1 Hannah Lochhead

October 01, 2019 Hannah Lochhead

Episode #1 – Hannah Lochhead

TC is joined by Hannah Lochhead you discusses her experiences as an actress, writer, director and producer based in London.

She also shares some of her insights on the differences between arts in Asia and that in London. 

She has an upcoming show “CamGirl” by her production company Platinum Sugar Productions.

Cam Girl is appearing as part of the Clapham Fringe Festival

CamGirl is part of the Clapham Fringe Festival:

Wednesday 2nd October at 9pm
Thursday 3rd October at 9pm

Tickets: £10
​Running Time: 60 minutes

Synposis:

Late 20-something Ellie just moved to London to become an actress and set the world on fire. But after the city chews her up she decides to set up an online entertainment page where men all over the world pay her to do nasty stuff into the web cam. Addicted to the power and the cash she suddenly finds herself in a dangerous situation when she meets her most loyal viewer in the casting room.

Cam Girl is a rude, risky and raunchy commentary on millennials, stereotypes and misguided fourth wave feminism. With explicit language and conversations, Cam Girl goes beyond the borders of acceptable; it’s not at all how ladies should behave.

​Cam Girl is written by Hannah Lochhead, Artistic Director of Platinum Sugar Productions. Having just enjoyed a successful production of A Spoonful of Sugar, a Burlesque Cabaret at the Camden Fringe, PSP is back for a second run of Cam Girl after the 2018 Faversham Fringe. PSP won the HKLER award for ‘best death on stage’ for Julius Caesar, an all-female Burlesque adaptation at Shakespeare in the Port’ Hong Kong arts festival and intends to revive the production next year.

For details on the upcoming show: check their facebook link to their event.

You can buy tickets to the show HERE

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Love this episode. I admire Hannah’s confidence and openness on such risqué topics and sharing her personal struggles trying to find success. It’s a nice reminder that tough times are normal and all too common.

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