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2 - 6 APR


Odd Jobs

£10 PREVIEW/£13/£16


Madison Gerringer


Madison Gerringer

production team

‘Whatever you say. Boss.’


Stare at the wall. Paint your face. Burn your dog. Cry harder. Why do you work? Why are you working so hard? What’s it all about?

Produced by the award-winning Elegy, Odd Jobs is an electric series of short plays excavating our relationship with work. Writer-director Madison Gerringer interrogates the workers’ relationship to their job, and possibly themselves. 

Funny, ephemeral and heart-breaking, Odd Jobs asks us why cant we stop working? And what would we be willing to do to pay the rent?

There will be joy, pain, and seals.

So why don’t you take a sick day, and join us?

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.

Matthew Gouldesbrough

Matthew Gouldesbrough is a theatre maker and the artistic director of Elegy. He’s a graduate of both Rose Bruford and Italia Conti Acting, founding the award-winning Elegy after leaving drama school in 2018, and has been making bold new writing ever since. His credits include: Truth/Reconciliation (ZOO Playground), Holy Land (EdFringe & Uk Tour), Geography of Fire (Finborough), Mightier Than The Sword (Bread & Roses), Faith & Heresy (Landor Space), The Laramie Project (Edfringe + Sheridan Studio Theatre), Amazing Race (Arts Theatre West End), Red Sands (Arts Theatre West End), Crazy Gary’s Mobile Disco (Quarry Theatre St Lukes & BedFringe), M!MS (Zabludowicz Collection/Andy Holden). Whilst at Conti Matt’s credits included: Candy Cansino Checks In, Flare Path, The History Boys, Measure for Measure, The Crucible and Posh.

Mackenzie Larsen

Mackenzie Larsen is an actor, writer, and musician. She is a co-founder of the radio-drama theatre company Other Mysteries Theatre, as well as half of the writing partnership Larsen and Chalk. Recent Credits: Iris Osiris in The Graveyard Snack (Other Mysteries Theatre), Kate in Small Talks, Madison in Monogabliss, Myrtle in The Midnight Snack(Other Mysteries Theatre, OffFest Nomination), Sarah Hollis in The Welkin, Mrs Van Buren in Intimate Apparel, and Natasha in Three Sisters. Mackenzie is also a songwriter, currently working on her debut album Hiding, as well as co-writing two new musicals Fault Line (working title) and The Devil's Work.

Tobi Martins-Ojo

Tobi Martins-Ojo is an actor-writer who graduated from LAMDA in 2023.Her credits include: Days of Significance (Arcola Theatre), The Women's War (Purple Moon Theatre). Whilst at LAMDA Tobi's credits included The Sewing Group (Dir. Sophie Dillon Moniram), London (Dir. Abigail Graham), Tristan and Yseult (Dir. Matt Wilde) and Macbeth (Dir. Kerry Frampton)

George Solomou

George Solomou is a LAMDA and Cambridge graduate. His previous credits include Andre in Three Sisters (dir. Georgia Green), Conrad in Much Ado About Nothing (dir. Richard Beecham), and Hand to God (dir. Madison Gerringer). George is also an avid reader and loves history.

Kaustubh Vaidya

Kaustubh Vaidya trained at LAMDA after completing the acting diploma at Central. He is energetic, loves movement and likes to hold the door open for people who are a bit far away so they have to run a little. Before training at drama school, Kaustubh spent almost a decade in a corporate job with plenty of work but had no interest in it and now he has finally found his passion in the industry where work is hard to come by. As a result, Kaustubh loves skiing but currently can’t afford it. Having done plenty of odd jobs and being the odd one out in most of them, Kaustubh, for once, fits in perfectly in this ensemble for Odd jobs. Obviously, he is multi-roling.

Keaton Wilkerson

Keaton Wilkerson (he/him) is a recent MFA graduate from East 15 Acting School. Originally from sunny California, he longs for the day he will see the sun again. Some recent credits include: Antigonus in A Winter's Tale at The Globe Theatre, William Combs in The Welkin, Mr. Miller in The Deep Blue Sea and the Escapologist in Matilda the Musical. @keaton_wilkerson


Madison Gerringer


Madison Gerringer


Matthew Gouldesbrough

stage manager

Alexis Mumford

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