Katie Johnstone by Luke Barnes ‘I mean it you know, I'm gunna do something.’

Katie Johnstone by Luke Barnes

Online, livestreamed from The Wardrobe Theatre

Key Information
  • Dates Fri 07 May 2021 - Sat 15 May 2021
  • Location Online, livestreamed from The Wardrobe Theatre
  • Ticket price

    £7 for a double bill (with I Hate Alone by Ellen Brammar)

  • Times

    Evening: 7.30 pm

    Running time: 50 mins approx.


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‘When I make my millions this place will be like Magaluf or Las Vegas or something, it will be the best place in the world.’

Can dreams and hope make you a millionaire?

Katie Johnstone is a girl with ambitions who wants to help the town she loves, start a business that will make millions, all while gardening and writing poems like Alex Turner.

Everyone else wants her to get a boyfriend and get a job in a supermarket. But Katie Johnstone isn’t like everyone else.  Nothing will get in her way.

‘I mean it you know, I’m gunna do something.’

Join Katie as she sings, dances and shouts to let the world know, now is the time to be more than ordinary.

Be prepared to make a difference.

Age guidance 12+

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with 42M&P Ltd. 


Katie Johnstone Amelia Paltridge

Janet/Mum Emma Hadley-Leonard

Mr Hughes/Shah/Fox Issam Al Ghussain


Directed by Frazer Meakin

Designed by Charlotte Hurrell

Production Supervisor Alix Abram

Stage Manager Tabbi Dodds

DSM Joe Culpin

Costume Supervisors  Maisie Higgins and Ruby Nex

Lighting Designer Jenni Everett

Lighting Operator Jenni Everett

Sound Designer Cat Simpson

Sound Operator Cat Simpson

Production Carpenter Kirk Bishop

Cam Operator Maisy Harbert

Cam Operator Chris Monks

Vision Mixer Joe Waddington

Sound Supervisor (stream) Adrianne Broadgate

Voice/Dialect Coach Joseph Leat

Production Manager Ed Wilson

Assistant Production Manager Leila Glen



Premieres 7 May 2021.

Available on demand Thursday 13 – Saturday 15 May.

Production Photos by Craig Fuller

Embrace your individuality. The School is looking for each artist’s nuances and seeks to nurture and strengthen them when you study here. Éloïse Richmond, MA Screen Acting Student