Jen is a bolshy young Northern Irish woman who is housebound with agoraphobia and trying to make the best of a sticky situation. Her days revolve around watching daytime TV and filming niche pornographic content for her OnlyFans account, until one day when a heartbroken English university lecturer lands on her doorstep. TRIFLED charts their blossoming friendship, in this brutally honest, darkly comedic two-hander about sex work, mental illness and custard.
Laura McAleenan and Marty Rea
Caitlin Magnall-Kearns is an award-winning queer, disabled writer from East Belfast with a passion for telling unheard and underrepresented stories whose previous work has been seen at venues across the UK and Ireland including The Hope Mill Theatre, The Lowry, Theatre by the Lake and Theatre 503. She was the winner of the inaugural Pentabus Young Writers Alumni Award and was part of the New Playwrights programme with the Lyric Theatre, Belfast in 2021.
Earlier this year Caitlin was shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Collective with her comedy pilot “Love Handles”, and she is currently writing her third commission for BBC Radio 4, alongside developing a range of projects for stage, screen and radio.