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Creative Team

Director - Julia Stubbs

Julia is a director, producer, and dramaturg working in theatre, new writing and short film. She is also the Artistic Director of 20 South Street, a creative home for collaboration, founded in 2010 through her admiration of the ethos behind practitioners such as Robert Lepage, Declan Donnellan, Katie Mitchell, and Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

New writing and collaborating with writers to develop their work have been a core part of her career as a producer and director. This began when she was Joint Artistic Director of the new writing/new work company Weaver Hughes Ensemble from 1997-2009 and continues in her work at 20 South Street and in her role as an Artistic Associate at the award-winning London fringe venue, the Jack Studio Theatre.

Recent directing credits for theatre include the premieres of What I Really Think Of My Husband by David Pinner (★★★★ Golden Goose Theatre) and STILL HERE by Mari Lloyd (★★★★ Jack Studio Theatre and Standing Ovation Nomination, London Pub Theatres) and the national tour of Mark Glentworth’s SEVEN and a half YEARS (★★★★ and OffFest nomination, OffWestEnd). Julia has also produced and directed the short film TO WOMB IT MAY CONCERN by Georgia Lovell, which is being submitted to festivals in 2024.

Edward - Andrew Bruce-Lockhart

Andrew is a film and theatre writer/director. This is his first outing into acting on stage. He is dyslexic and can't learn lines. This should be interesting.

Writer - A G Anderson - is a playwright based in the southeast of England, with several plays to their name.  Andrew and AG met on Twitter a few years ago. This is A G's third collaboration with Blueberry Goose Theatre Group. The first, Detachment, a ten-minute drama shot in lockdown and featured in theSpace's 1st online season during the cancelled EdFringe of 2019, picked up an OffWestEnd, OnComm nomination. It can be found here. The second, ★★★★ show 1:2:2192 Retribution Day, premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2022.

Anderson said: “When I devised the piece, I originally conceived it as a straight talk on speed awareness. I remembered the content of my speed awareness course so vividly and felt it should be something every driver hears.

“When I spoke about the idea of the piece to a director and actor friends I have worked with, they suggested a ‘but what if’ scenario that immediately appealed to me. What if the narrator of said talk is unreliable? And so, this show was born.”

The Play

Edward's Talk - What’s Driving You?

Edward (never Ted) has delivered his talk on speed awareness 2191 times over the last 10 years. Today, it’s not quite going to plan.

A new, interactive devised drama about the impact of speed on your driving, and how what happens in your life will have consequences when you get behind the wheel of a car. Inspired by real speed awareness courses, the piece uses the vehicle of a talk about the effects of speeding on our lives as a background against which Edward’s struggles play out.

Featuring audience participation and involvement in observation tasks and speeding facts and figures, the talk may encourage you to, as Edward says, "drive like it matters".

You can even check out Ted’s website HERE.

Reviews for previous Blueberry Goose Theatre Group productions

★★★★ “They would often look out into the crowd and in the close (passionate) space it felt like peering into your soul, which was all this play was about” Mumbletheatre.net on 1:2:2192 Retribution Day

★★★★ “Talking about God is never easy, especially if you don’t want to fall into clichés or judgments or hurt somebody’s conscience. God 2.0 is a courageous play that accomplishes all this” Londontheatrereviews.co.uk on God 2.0

Content information:        References to traffic-related crashes, collisions, and injuries; Occasional strong language; Suitable for 16+

For further information, images and interview availability, please contact

Tim Stubbs Hughes at Grey Swan on 07931 791807 or tim@greyswan.co.uk