November 27, 2023
January 31, 2024


Set in a dorm room, Daisy Chains follows five teenage girls at a summer camp. But when a potential pregnancy is revealed the seemingly perfect camp starts to unravel. As one by one the girls are forced to take an ultrasound, suspicions arise and when a folder is stolen containing files on each girl, it turns out the camp isn't the only one keeping secrets.

Friendships are destroyed, new alliances are drawn and time is running out. Each girl is faced with one question. Should she stay or try to escape?

Daisy Chains is the latest work from award-winning playwright Sarah Richardson. Runner Up in the Platform Presents Playwright’s Prize 2024, this development is supported by Arts Council England, Developing Your Creative Practice grants.
TPE Artistic Director Colin Blumenau comments:
On behalf of The Production Exchange I am delighted to be working with another in a long line of early-career writers. Sarah's voice is individual, dynamic and contemporary. I'm certain that her play will benefit from the work we are preparing to do with it and that there are very exciting times ahead for Daisy Chains.

Writer Sarah Richardson

An award-winning playwright, actor and spoken word poet, Sarah's debut GirlPlay was staged at Dublin Fringe 2019; a subsequent international digital tour included winning Best Digital Experience at Stockholm Fringe 2020-21. GirlPlay headlined the SpaceUK for Edinburgh Fringe in 2022, receiving multiple four- and five-star reviews. GirlPlay is published by Samuel French, Concord Theatricals.

In 2023, Sarah was supported by the European Festival Fund for Emerging Artists to develop her one woman show Sun Bear. Presented at Gothenburg Fringe, the production was named “Simply The Best” and was nominated for “Gest Best in Fest”, “Hot Potato” and “Mind Blown” awards.  

Sun Bear will be making its UK premiere at the Park Theatre in April 2024.

Director Justina Kehinde

Justina Kehinde is a writer, actor and director, interested in the stories we don’t tell.

Her directorial debut Til Death Do Us Part (Theatre 503) won Best New Production at the 2022 London Pub Theatre Awards. In 2023 she assisted Rebecca Frecknall on her 5* production of Romeo and Juliet (Almeida Theatre). Selected credits include: UMUADA (Bunker Theatre, King’s Head Theatre), For the Culture; Sweet Tamarind (Tamasha Theatre Company), as assistant,The Sun The Moon and the Stars, (dir. Nadia Fall, Theatre Royal Stratford East).

Full biography available here.

Trans Consultant / Intimacy Director Tigger Blaize

Biography: Tigger Blaize is an actor from Guernsey, working in Theatre, TV, Film and Audio; an Intimacy Coordinator/Director; and an LGBT+ Consultant. Recent work has included "It's A Sin" C4, "Casualty" BBC, "Orlando" Jermyn Street Theatre, as an actor. "Sex Education" for Netflix, "Grace" and "The Tower" for ITV, and "FBI International" for CBS, as an

Tigger is Vice Chair of Equity's LGBT+ Committee, is an activist for fairness and equality, a ski instructor, and runs an occasional pavement cake shop - CAKE on the hEdge.


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