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Created and written by Conny Hancock, Nhair was a collaboration between Greedy Pig Theatre Company and Conny Hancock.

'Conny can’t get her garden to grow. She’s tried everything, but all that’s there is soil. And honestly? It’s starting to piss her off. Couple that with a struggling career, a less-than-thrilling sex life, and being a small, broke, chubby girl in her twenties, and Conny’s having a pretty sh*t time.

Oh. And she’s also really hairy.

Conny Hancock and Greedy Pig Theatre Company join forces for a hilarious, empowering and brutally honest ode to self-love in ‘Nhair’, coming to Sparkfest 2021.'

Conny has continued to develop Nhair beyond the collaboration and is currently touring Nhair around the Southwest. Next stop is The Alma Tavern in Bristol and you can get your tickets here! We wish Conny the best of luck with the development of Nhair and can't wait to see it at it's next development stage.


Keep that garden growing Conny!

Photography by Richard Kaby

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Douglas Murdoch

Douglas Murdoch has produced 'Life, Still' (2019), 'Close Your Eyes, I'm Filming' (which he wrote), and will be producing a selection of Greedy Pig projects, due to launch this year.

Doug is also a marketing specialist, having previously worked at the Egg Theatre in Bath, and now working freelance. He studied at Bath Spa University, where he achieved an MA in Scriptwriting.

Lex Kaby

Acting Facilitator & Director

Lex has has directed all of Greedy Pig Theatre Company’s productions to date, including ‘Life, Still’ (2019), ‘Close Your Eyes, I’m Filming’ (2020) and ‘The Last Thing He Saw Was A Ferret’ (2021). As well as this, she has worked extensively as a director and choreographer for Rare Productions.

Lex is currently studying an MA in Directing at Bath Spa University, and has recently finished Associate Directing 'The Wave' (2021) for Calf 2 Cow and Directing 'The Curse of the Sapphire Blade' for Black Dog Productions.




Conny Hancock is a Southwest-based theatre maker who creates feminist theatre, often exploring political themes such as social boundaries. From her own personal journey of living with PCOS and excessive hair growth Conny created her one woman show Nhair to raise awareness of PCOS and reflect what it’s like to feel an outcast over something uncontrollable.

Conny’s work often takes comedic and Brechtian form making her work new, exciting and fun for an audience. After graduating from Plymouth Conservatoire with a degree in Acting she is now currently studying with Bath Spa to achieve her MA in Directing.



Alex Latham is a London, Bath and Bristol-based theatre designer and technician whose specialities include scenic, lighting, sound and video design. Alex has designed for a broad range of classic and new writing, musicals, dance pieces and sight-specific work.

His portfolio includes work at the Bristol Old Vic, Theatre Royal Bath and with various fringe venues and touring companies in Bristol and the south west. Previous work with Greedy Pig includes 'Be.' and 'The Last Thing He Saw Was a Ferret', both of which will be coming soon.



Tim Norman is a freelance Stage Manager based in Plymouth. Having trained at the Plymouth Conservatoire in Acting, he was introduced to the world of stage management through a placement at Theatre Royal Plymouth which eventually led to working professionally as a stage manager for TRP and South West based companies. Tim’s notable credits include working on The Narwhal’s ‘2021: A Cornish Space Odyssey’ tour, ‘SpongeBob the Musical Live!’, and ‘The Katherine Jenkins Christmas Spectacular’. Most recently Tim has been working as the Stage Manager for the Barbican Theatre.

Having worked with Conny since the early stages of the show, Tim is thrilled to be back once more working on Nhair.

Photography by Finlay Mills

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