a play about imagination, memory and loss

Being a grown-up sucks, so Lola is off to Bug Camp, armed with strawberry laces and Metallica frontman James Hetfield. And neither her best frenemy Jas nor her arch nemesis Aleine can stop her.

Bug Camp was developed by Tobacco Factory, produced by Broken Silence Theatre and staged at Brighton Fringe Festival and Theatre Utopia


Written and directed by
Paul Macauley

Performed by
Emmie Spencer, Abbie Douetil, Louise Devlin and Jo Dimbleby


 

"comes together splendidly... a wonderful 70 minutes"
LondonTheatre1
★ ★ ★ ★
"a thought provoking and character driven play with a strong all female cast"
Broadway Baby
★ ★ ★ ★
"a remarkable off-beat play"
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