Please, Feel Free to Share 

Venue : The Tristan Bates Theatre, Theatre 303, (upcoming) VAULT 2022, Pleasance Courtyard 2022. 

Run: December 2019 (3 Scratch Shows),  now programmed for 4-week run at The Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe 2022. 


Dates & Times

8th Feb - 6.35pm

9th Feb - 6.35pm 

10th Feb - 6.35pm 

11th Feb - 6.05 pm 

12th Feb - 3.05 & 6.05pm 

13th Feb - 5.05pm 

Creative Team: 

Written by Rachel Causer

Performed by Roísín Bevan

Directed by Liam Blain 

Produced by Robyn Bennett 

Lighting Design by Archie Macleod 

Dramaturgy by Cressida Peever 

Marketing and PR by Chloé Nelkin 

PLEASE, FEEL FREE TO SHARE is a one-woman show about lies, likes and the blurring of the two. 


“Everyone is constructing themselves, I am just more conscious of doing it. I’m a sculptor of it. I am a fucking artist.” 

Alex is a social success. Her Instagram boasts a montage of members-only rooftops, inexplicably sunny days and clinking glasses – like after like after like! When her father dies, Alex reluctantly joins a bereavement group. She shares a little, and then lies... a lot. And it feels good – like the ‘likes’, but live, and just like that, Alex is hooked.


Please, Feel Free to Share is a dynamic, darkly comic, one-woman show about our personal addictions, the never-ending pursuit of likes, and our growing desire to share all. 

Awarded ‘Special Mention’ - Popcorn New Writing Award 2021 

Brought to you by Scatterjam, makers of the ★★★★★, Offie-Nominated play When It Happens.

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       Film and TV Development 

Rachel has recently adapted PLEASE, FEEL FREE TO SHARE into screenplay which was recently: Top 4% BBC Drama Room 2020, Top 50 Scripts BBC Drama Academy and one of three Finalists for Filmarket Hub's Screenwriting Pilot Contest 2021. 


Press and Reviews 




"Causer's writing is always brilliantly clever, and Please, Feel Free To Share is no exception to this rule. It is an excellent commentary on the extreme nature of social media and instant gratification of things such as the Like button and similar online" - Within Her Words



"Energetic, Entertaining and Engaging. This is the second play I’ve seen by Rachel Causer and I am definitely a fan of her darkly comic writing style.”

- LondonTheatreGal 

"Once again Causer shows just how skilfully she creates and writes original female characters. Her writing is packed with a dark humour that Róisín Bevan brings to life with an at times unnerving verve." - The View from The Outside

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