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22 - 27 Aug


Blue Balloons Pink



Daisy Roe


Miranda Kingsley

'Excellently acted... a tense domestic thriller... Could be the hit of this year's fringe'

The Reviews Hub

'A highlight of this year's Camden Fringe and a stunning debut'

production team

‘Maybe there’s something wrong with both of us.

Blue Balloons Pink follows Ash and Maggie as they set up for their baby shower. Over the course of the play relationships are birthed, secrets are conceived, and lies can no longer be carried. We’re all the heroes of our own stories and Ash and Maggie are no different. Both of them only doing what they believe is best for themselves, their relationship and each other. The play asks questions of the compatibility of love and deceit, fantasy, and commitment. When the truth is inconvenient how far will people delude themselves and others in order to preserve their desired reality?

Blue Balloons Pink is the debut work of Daisy Roe and Juvenile Behaviour Theatre, featuring new music from Joel Oldham and Anna Foye and with a new designer, Lucy White; this play brings together original ideas under the guidance of experienced director Miranda Kingsley.

In this two-hander, Ash and Maggie will strain your empathy and challenge the traditional protagonist/antagonist relationship on stage. Whose side will you be on?

This production is part of Camden Fringe.

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 7pm.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. 
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.


Daise Roe

Daisy Roe is a bold new theatre-maker, touring her writing debut for stage, ‘Blue Balloons Pink’. She began creating her own work during the pandemic of 2020, writing a screen series about village communities in lockdown, and went on to establish Juvenile Behaviour Theatre Company with fellow National Youth Theatre members in 2021. After a successful run of ‘Blue Balloons Pink’ at Brighton Fringe, Daisy is excited to be working with such a strong team of creatives again in bringing Ash and Maggie’s story to The Hope Theatre.
Daisy trained on Rose Bruford College’s foundation course and has been accepted at East 15 for 2023 but is currently focussed on developing her own work. Acting credits include Claire in ‘What’s Best For Jada’ with Red Dragonfly Productions, Gertrude in ‘Hamlet’ at the Lantern Theatre, Brighton, and Philo in ‘Crossing Lines’ with Chichester Festival Theatre.

Ash (Except 25th Aug)

Ruaridh Aldington

Ruaridh Aldington has been working professionally on stage and screen for several years and is proud to be a part of Juvenile Behaviour Theatre Company’s London debut at The Hope. The complex relationship being explored in ‘Blue Balloons Pink’ has been an exciting road of discovery and trust. Besides being an artistic director with Juvenile Behaviour Theatre he is also a member of the Offie Winning company Giggle Riot Theatre and a NODA Award recipient for playing Edgar in ‘King Lear’ with The Progress Theatre.
Ruaridh is an alumni of The Identity School of Acting and an active National Youth Theatre member.
Acting credits include Zed in ‘Cuckoo’ with INK Theatre, Yosef in ‘Moishe’ by Maya Katherine and Jimmy Curtail in ‘The Judge, Jury and James Patterson’ with The Producers.

Ash (25th Aug ONLY)

Archie Steele

Archie Steele is an actor and musician from West Sussex. Since making his
professional debut in 2009, he has worked on a number of projects across both
stage and screen, most recently at the Canal Café Theatre. He is also a keen
singer and guitarist and even fronted a band when he was a teenager! He is
extremely excited to be a part of the ‘Blue Balloons Pink’ team and is looking
forward to helping bring this amazing show to life in London!
After completing the Guildford School of Acting foundation course, Archie trained
at ALRA and graduated in 2021. Acting credits include Callum in ‘Tarred and
Feathered’ with TECTUM Theatre, Alan Turing in ‘Callisto’ at ALRA, and Mitch in ‘A Streetcar Named
Desire’ at ALRA.


Daisy Roe


Juvenile Behaviour Theatre

set designer

Lucy White


Joel Oldham and Anna Foye

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