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Francesca Forristal & Jordan Paul Clarke in Public Domain (Photo credit: Jane Hobson)

Our trip to Public Domain at Vaudeville Theatre

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 28 May 2021, Last Updated 28 May 2021

Yesterday night, Kayley and Natalie from the Official London Theatre team went to see Public Domain at the Vaudeville Theatre and described their #BackOnStage experience as “a really clever concept and original idea for a new musical.”

Public Domain is a dark, funny, verbatim musical about the internet: Those who own it; those who live in it; and YOU!

Having seen our Theatre Chat Live episode with Francesca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke, the brilliant duo behind the new British musical, Kayley and Natalie were super excited to see the magic of new writing live on stage!

The talented pair have been working together for the last couple of years and with a wealth of knowledge in the field, Francesca shares her advice for improv writers saying ‘don’t judge yourself’ while Jordan suggests ‘listening to all the musicals in the world’. You can find out more about Francesca and Jordan in our super witty Tell Us In 10 interview below.

Related Article: Tell Us In 10: Francesca Forristal & Jordan Paul Clarke
In our new Tell Us In 10 interview, we're talking to Francesca Forristal and Jordan Paul Clarke, cast members and writers of new musical, Public Domain.

Following an acclaimed digital debut at Southwark Playhouse this thrilling, new British musical is composed entirely from the real-life words of YouTube vloggers, Instagram influencers, Facebook’s tech giants, and everyday internet users. It delves into what happens when you’re expected to put your authentic self on the internet everyday. 

You’re gonna get their honest, true selves… with some serious bass, obvs. Authentic, right?

Find out more about Kayley and Natalie’s experience below and grab your tickets before the show closes on 30 May. Be sure to share your experiences using #BackOnStage and learn more about how to enter our stagey competition here.

You can find out what other theatre fans are saying about their #BackOnStage experiences, here.



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