Little Green Men - a play by Rob Johnston
Jocelyn is an amateur star-gazer. She likes nothing better than being at the top of the local hill on her own with only the night-sky for company, because Jocelyn firmly believes that one day she will discover something that nobody else has ever discovered.
Tonight she may just do that. One minute ago she found Leonard, lying on his back on the ground in scorched clothing, battered & bruised, muttering about having travelled a long way through the cosmos to be there. Once recovered Leonard insists he must continue his journey. Tonight these two fragile souls will together go on a voyage of discovery neither were expecting.
Little Green Men is written by Rob Johnston (Winner of the 2011 Kings Cross Award for New Writing; Long-listed for the 2017 Royal Exchange Bruntwood New Writing Award) & performed by Emma Romy-Jones (Winner of The Stage Award for Excellence, 2016 Edinburgh Fringe) & Christopher Ward (Nominated for Best Actor, 2011 Buxton Fringe).
Breathe Out Theatre (Winner of Best Drama, ‘Dark Satanic’, 2017 Greater Manchester Fringe Festival) is a Cheshire-based theatre company whose work is performed across the UK & Ireland, including Manchester, Liverpool, Buxton, Edinburgh, Brighton, & London.
Breathe Out Theatre is Supported by Arts Council England.