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Preview: Tiny Fragments of Beautiful Light at Newcastle Alphabetti

Cast announced for Alphabetti Theatre's Tiny Fragments of Beautiful Light

Tiny Fragments of Beautiful Light

Newcastle Alphabetti Theatre 

Tuesday 31 January – Saturday 18 February 2023

Tiny Fragments of Beautiful Light at Alphabetti Theatre is an immersive, interactive exploration of one woman’s journey of self-discovery. From 31st January – 18th February, this funny, joyful play is a celebration of our individuality and the joy and freedom that comes when we live as we truly are, and not as the world thinks we should.

Hannah Genesius 

Hannah Genesius will play the lead role of Elsa. Quirky, kind and clever, Elsa’s life has never been boring, though it’s often been a struggle. Genesius’ previous projects include A Noble Truth (BFI Network) and Homefront (BBC Radio 4). She is best known for the role of Rosa in The Great Divide at Finborough Theatre, The Times commented this is richly informative theatre — with a passion that’s almost incendiary. Yemisi Oyinloye will portray Carmen, who seems to hold the key to who Elsa really is. Oyinloye is an actor from the North West of England who has previously appeared in Emmerdale (ITV), Cold Feet (ITV) and Bancroft (ITV). She can currently be seen in The Teacher on Netflix. Completing the cast as Mam and other roles is Zoe Lambert. Her acting credits include Sugar (Open Clasp) and The Comedy of Errors and The Winter's Tale (RSC). She has also appeared on Coronation Street (ITV).

Zoe Lambert

Elsa has always wondered why she never fit in. School was always a nightmare and romance was a mystery; until now. Elsa meets Carmen who just seems to ‘get’ her and just might have the answers to why it feels like there’s an octopus living inside her head. 

The show explores the autistic experience through a female lens, inspired by writer Allison Davies’ own diagnosis of autism. More men and boys are diagnosed as autistic than women and girls, so Davies felt it was time that space was made to hear from different voices. Attitudes towards autism and gender are changing, although there is still a long way to go, as many autistic women and girls struggle to get the support they need. Historically, far more attention has been given to males on the spectrum, and as a neurodivergent woman this show is Davies’s response.


Writer Allison Davies

Producers Chloe Stott & Alphabetti Theatre

Director Karen Traynor

Designer Verity Quinn

Composer & Sound Designer Roma Yagnik

AV & Lighting Designer Si Cole

Production & Stage Manager Rachel Glover


Tickets Pay What You Feel (31st January – 4th February)

£3-£15 (7th February – 18th February)

Running Time 60 minutes

Age Restrictions 16+

Access Captioned performance Wednesday 23rd November

Audio Described performance Wednesday 30th November

Relaxed performances each Saturday matinee.

Box Office Booking essential. Tickets range from Pay What You Feel to £15 and 

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