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12 & 13 MAR


Britney’s Peers


production team

Ding for Disco revives A Doll’s House with a noughties teen movie makeover.Britney’s Peers caricatures the global conservatorship that is female presenting existence. Watch as the Pavlov Dolls exist under the watchful eye of… everyone?

Even though Britney Spears may seem miles away from our lives, Ding for Disco unveils the truth about how much control we really have over ourselves and our health and bodies. Maybe we’re not so different from the global pop sensation after all.

Prepare to laugh and gasp at 40 minutes of music, dance and silliness, all encapsulating Ding For Disco’s signature personal and honest storytelling. This show probably isn’t for your Nan, but we bet she’ll know EXACTLY what we’re talking about.

Ding For Disco is a rising female and genderqueer-led theatre company who thrive off of being silly. The group met at University as developing artists and found a common love for making each other laugh about the hardest parts of life and more specifically, womanhood. Their work is completely collaborative and self-devised, priding themselves on their ensemble work in clowning, movement, and comedy. Onstage, Ding for Disco takes the audience to the extremes of funny and straight-up awkward.

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 19:45.
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.

Manon Scart

Manon moved from France to the UK to study Drama & Performance at London South Bank University where she graduated in 2022 with a first class degree. During her time at university, she dedicated herself to the development of her craft and her love for acting.
At the moment, Manon is studying the Meisner Technique at The London Meisner Company and is working on various film projects as well as focusing on Ding for Disco’s exciting upcoming projects.

Martha Fillery

Martha graduated from London South Bank university last year, where she studied Drama and Performance and gained a first class degree. Whilst studying she realised although she had a love for performing, she unearthed a passion for directing and producing theatre. This newfound passion has led her to producing a three day showcase of work from fellow students at Blue Elephant theatre in Camberwell. Although she looks to focus on this going forward, her love for performing and creating theatre with her fellow ding for disco girlies will always have a special place in her heart.

Fiona Stewart

Originally from Western Australia, Fiona moved to London to complete her degree in Drama and Performance and walked away with the Dean’s Award for her course. Whilst studying, Fiona found a keen interest in self-devised work that focused on comedy and surrealism. She has made appearances on stage and screen in Australia for her dancing and acting, and since being in the UK has explored the same realms with IYAF’s ‘At The River’s Edge’ and Queer in the Headlights’ ‘Unicorning.’ She also performed with Ding for Disco in ‘Britney’s Peers’ sold out run at the Blue Elephant Theatre in Camberwell. Fiona is excited to be a part of taking ‘Britney’s Peers’ on tour and onto the Fringe seasons as the summer comes.

Jade Hassan

Jade is a recent first class graduate of Drama and Performance. During her training at London South Bank University, she became extremely passionate about devising and physical theatre. Previously, Jade has played the role of Amy in At the Rivers Edge at the Rose Theatre as part of the International Youth Arts Festival. Jade is currently focusing her time on taking part in an array of movement and dance based short courses to prepare her for an MA in Movement Directing and Teaching.

Teigan Macphee

Teigan recently graduated from London South Bank University with a First Class BA (Hons) in Drama and Performance. This is where they developed their love for theatre making, especially weird and wonderful dark comedy! Previously she has performed at the Southwark Playhouse in ‘The Bit Players’, has been the supporting actress in RTS award winning short film ‘Sub Rosa’ and has recently featured in short comedy sketches on the GetPulped comedy channel. Currently, Teigan is working on their drag act (@dillydallydrag on Instagram) and is also continuing her venture into the industry as an actress. She continues to collaborate with the incredible Ding for Disco team, with the hope of creating more performances to share with their audience.

sound designer

Louie Irving


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