14%: Digital Programme
14 OCT - 28 OCT @ CONTACT
Step aboard a journey into British identity. How do we find belonging? Football shirts? Baked bean sandwiches? This tilting play will be a kick to the senses. Funny, frank and fragrant.
Set against the frenzy of the Lioness’ success, this multi-sensory play invites you on a journey inside the confines of a post-match train carriage. Follow British footballer Nadia and her unnamed, unborn Baby. Prepare for a layered audio-visual experience where internal and external pressures rise.
Lean in close and eavesdrop on the clashing voices and beliefs of other passengers. 14% is a claustrophobic snapshot of the common and clashing identities that define and confine us. With meticulous attention to detail, this thought-provoking production challenges us to reflect on what we use to feel British. When does it matter? When are we in charge?
Cast, Creative Team + Credits
Lauren Fitzpatrick (She/Her)
Lauren Fitzpatrick will be playing the character of Nadia! She attended the Contact Young Actors Company, and then trained at the Guildford School of Acting.
- Theatre credits: Mold Riots (Theatre Clwyd), Star in the Jar (Pied Piper Theatre/Lyric Hammersmith), Just to Get Married (Finborough Theatre), Pinocchio (Breaking Cycles), Open Court (Royal Court London).
- TV credits: Eastenders, Coronation Street 60th Anniversary ‘Little Back Street in Salford’.
- Dance credits: The Lathums ‘I’ll Get By’, The Lightning Seeds ‘Emily Smiles’, The Proclaimers ‘Dentures Out’, Yard Act Trench Coat Museum’, Magic Gang ‘Think’, Northern Soul (2014), Gucci Soul Scene Campaign, Strictly Come Dancing, Brit Awards Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, Club Life (Theatre Royal Stratford East).
- Audio credits: The World of Blake’s 7. (Big Finish).
- Performance art collaborations with Linder Sterling: Bower of Bliss (Art on the Underground, Glasgow Women’s Library, Chatsworth House, Liverpool Biennial, Cambridge University), Destination Moon. You must not look at her! (ICA London), Ultimate Form (Hepworth Wakefield).
- Kenton Craig (he/him) - Old Tony
- Dean Gregory - Nik
- Frankie Lipman (she/her) - Football Interviewer
- Nakib Narat - Train inspector / Taxi driver
- Isah-Levi Roach (he/him) - Baby
- Zuza Tehanu - Anna
- Harvey Weedon (he/they) - Jacob
- Writer - Keisha Thompson (she/her)
- Director - Nathan Powell (he/him)
- Sound Designer - Tom Leah aka Werkha (he/him)
- Set Designer - Alison Erika Forde (she/her)
- Stage Manager - Jason Crouch (he/him)
- BSL Interpreter - Tony Redshaw
- Light Designer - Jade Fearnley
- Contact Technicians - Jonathon Hamer, James Tate, Liam Whittaker
- Producer - Cece Rx (she/her)
Supported by The Old Courts & The National Football Museum.
Commissioned by Contact.
Generously supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
With specials thanks to:
Bolton Octagon, Micah Annan, Lauren Banks, Ricardo Gandara, Saffron Hulme, Durassie Kiangangu, Tatenda Naomi Matsvai, Chiedza Muchauraya, Luna Reid, Talawa Theatre, Chris Thorpe, Alaw Tomos, Luca Rudlin, Wild Rumpus.