Feelings Of An Almost Human Nature


Book Tickets

Monday 27th February – 9.15pm

Tuesday 28th February – 9.15pm

Wednesday 1st March – 9.15pm

‘Feelings Of An Almost Human Nature is a one-act play about self-expression and a feminist reading of language-gender norms. It explores the social and self-imposition of personal barriers which obstruct communication. The play comprises of three monologues which confront and warp these restrictions. The piece is often funny, slightly partisan but mostly just a bit pissed off’

Tom Froy, writer/director/producer, is a first year Philosophy student. He has performed and devised various school productions. He directed his first full length play, ‘Their Significant Other’ in November 2015. He has written and directed various other comedy sketches. He is interested in feminist theatre and using dance in theatre.

Juliette Blondeau

Juliette Blondeau, actor, is a first-year Liberal Arts student and aspiring performer. In Cyprus, she performed in street theatre and mime shows as well as roles such as Mary Barnes and The Mad Hatter, in ‘Alice and Wonderland’ and the title role in KCL Literary Society’s production of ‘Lori’. Juliette is interested political theatre and mimeleo.

Lauren Leppard

Lauren Leppard, actor, is a first year English Literature student. Her past roles have included Jackie in Charlotte Keatley’s ‘My Mother Said I Never Should’, Ariel in ‘The Tempest’, and Juliet in ‘Romeo and Juliet’. She was the 2015 winner of the international Festival for Young Musicians, category ‘Most Promising Pianist Under-18 2015. Lauren is interested in dance and sculpting


Luke Thomas, actor, is a first year Politics, African Studies and Swahili student. He has been acting since he was nine when he played the White Rabbit in ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Significant roles include: Harry in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s ‘Our Country’s Good’, Paul in Neil Simon’s ‘Barefoot in the Park’, Jackie in Stephen Adley Guirgis’ ‘The Motherfucker with the Hat’, and Bernard in Tom Stoppard’s ‘Arcadia’. He is trained in contemporary theatre and is heavily interested Shakespearean works


Caoimhe Ring, actor, is a first year Law student. Her past roles have included Puck in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, various characters in Patrick McCabe’s “Frank Pig Says Hello” and Doris in an adaption of the musical “Fame”. She is interested in poetry and the theatre of the absurd