Where Do Little Birds Go?

by  Camilla Whitehill

Monologues, Drama  /  1f

“That day in the pub, the day I first saw them, they were dressed identically. Dark wool coats, smart hats. The whole pub went quiet.”

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Where Do Little Birds Go?

by  Camilla Whitehill

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    60 minutes (1 hour)
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    • Monologues

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It’s 1966. Lucy Fuller is 18 years old. She lives musicals and make up, and her job at Winston’s Nightclub.

One night Lucy is kidnapped by the Kray Twins and locked in a flat with an escaped murderer. This is the terrifying story of Lucy’s time with Ronnie, Reggie and Frank ‘The Mad Axeman’ Mitchell.

Where Do Little Birds Go? is a colourful and poignant tale of crime, kidnap and lost innocence in the heart of the 1960s East End.

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Uplifting and utterly beautiful - Broadway Baby


  • Camilla Whitehill introduces the play in 30 seconds
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  • Time Period: 1960s
  • Duration: 60 minutes (1 hour)
  • Setting: A winter evening in 1972.
    Winston's Nightclub in Mayfair.
  • Features / Contains: Period Costumes


Lucy Fuller - A 24 year old girl from Hastings, who currently resides in Whitechapel, East London. She spends much of the play recalling events that happened to ger age 17/18.
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  • Strong Role for Leading Woman (Star Vehicle)


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Camilla Whitehill

Born in London and raised in Hastings, Camilla originally trained as an actor at the Birmingham School of Acting. She is one of six writers on the Bush Theatre emerging writers scheme, and was recently one of twelve writers part of the Channel 4 4Screenwriting programme. She has had short plays staged at the Royal Cour ...

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This version of the play was first performed at Camden People's Theatre in August 2014.

It was then part of Vault Festival in February 2015 before embarking on a UK tour.

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