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19 & 20 jun


Road To Nowhere



Jonathan Walfisz


Molly Marsh

production team

‘Do you want to fuck me or be me?’
‘Is there a difference?’

As London goes into lockdown 1, a queer filmmaking collective are on the verge of being evicted from their London home. The only thing to do is clearly going on a misjudged road trip to Paris to find the one successful movie-star they once knew to convince him to help them, willing or not. 

Road to Nowhere is a dazzling new comedy that questions what it means to create art without hope of success. Told with a diverse group of characters and short films, Road to Nowhere presents the difficult time of artists struggling through the pandemic with wicked humour and multimedia flair. 

Road to Nowhere is Little Creatures Theatre’s first production and comes to the Hope Theatre after a sold-out run at the Bread & Roses Theatre in February 2022. 

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 7:45pm.
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.


Guy Clark

Guy trained with The National Youth Theatre Rep Company and Frantic Assembly, graduating in 2020. Theatre credits include Diary of a Madman, The Gate Theatre & The Traverse Theatre; Wind in The Willows and The Witch of Edmonton, Creation Theatre. TV credits include Pennyworth, Amazon Prime.


Molly Marsh

Molly is a theatre-maker, poet, and musician from Manchester. She directed her first self-penned play, 'The Waiting Room', in 2014. Her second, 'The Worry Monster' was at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2015, and she directed her third, 'Peroxide', in 2017.
Her debut solo hour of comedy and poetry, 'This Poo Shall Pass' was staged as part of VAULT Festival in 2020.


Cath Fleming

Cath Fleming made her acting debut as Ciara in Road to Nowhere at The Bread and Roses. Cath loved theatre and performance as a child, but following the failure of her grade 5 violin exam she lost confidence in her performing abilities and put acting on the backburner, instead focussing on learni
ng to drive. Having lived in London for 4 years now she was tricked into doing a table read that turned into a role, and felt it was time to dust off the script and learn some lines.


Denys Woolley

A prolific theatre actor during his time at university, Denys has collaborated twice before with Little Creatures co-founder Molly, and when the part of Martijn needed to be cast, she decided to reunite with her old friend! As well as his acting talents, Denys is also a writer and director, having written and directed "The Right Here Right Now Show" in 2018.


Malak El-Gonemy

Malak has frequently collaborated with Little Creatures co-founders Jonny and Molly before, and has been directed by Molly not once but twice in the past. When not acting, Malak works in development for a film and tv production company and also writes about tv and media online.


Jonathan Walfisz

Jonathan directed his first self-penned play, 'After the End', in 2015. His second, 'In Sickness', received a staged reading in Shanghai the following year. When not writing and acting, he is a journalist by day and a theatre reviewer and chef/restaurant manager by night.


Jonathan Walfisz


Jonathan Walfisz

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