Good Grief: Sian Clifford to star in streaming play
James R | On 28, Jan 2021
Sian Clifford will be treading the virtual boards this February for a new romantic comedy play streaming online.
Lorien Haynes’ Good Grief follows two friends who, after the tragic loss of a woman they loved, navigate the five stages of grief and all the absurdity, hilarity and pain that entails.
Following the success of Platform Presents’ live, online production of A Separate Peace in May 2020, the company returns with this online production, which is directed by Natalie Abrahami (RSC, National Theatre, Young Vic). The BAFTA award-winning Clifford (Fleabag) will star alongside Nikesh Patel (Artemis Fowl, Four Weddings and a Funeral).
Part of the play’s predominantly female team are Isobel Waller-Bridge as Sound Designer and Composer (Fleabag), Fin Oates as Editor, (I Hate Suzie), award-winning Emma Dalesman as Director of Photography and Natalie Pryce as Production Designer (winner, Production Designer, Black Theatre Awards 2020).
It will stream from 15th February to 15th April, with tickets costing £15 per household – and £10 concessions available for NHS and key workers, students, under-25s and those with low income or experiencing unemployment. 10 per cent of each ticket bought will go to the NHS and 10 per cent will go to Macmillan Cancer Care. To book tickets, head this way – or for our full digital theatre guide, click here.