We all need cults. Some religious, some social, others to simply give us a community to navigate the world. Gigi was no different. As a uni grad, she bounced into London’s Silicon Roundabout in 2017 to work for a She-E-O of a generation - Joan James. 

Join Gigi in a post-Joan James world as she looks back at her chapter of drinking the kool aid.


Georgie Oulton Vanessa Labrie

Age guidance: 16+

Content warning: Strong language

Find Out More About Emma Fenton Wells

Emma Fenton-Wells is a broadly Southern Hemisphere-raised, London-based theatre maker. A 2017 graduate of Oxford’s MSt in Creative Writing, her play C*mbucket featured in The Space’s ScriptSpace development programme in 2018, who later commissioned her to write The End of Us in their inaugural festival Two Fest in 2020. In 2021, The End of Us was produced by Rouge Theatre in Brisbane, Australia for a run at BackDock Arts. Emma wrote and co-produced Populist, a Roman history meets 90s pop icons play which received support from Arts Council England, and is in development for a UK tour with Part of the Main where she is an Associate Artist.


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