Formed in 2016, What A Nice Production are a new London based theatre company who aim to stage contemporary plays in accessible theatre going environments. With a strong interest in female centric plays that give young, relatable characters a voice, What A Nice Production are keen to bring some of the best modern plays to Off West End venues and introduce them to both new and established audiences.

Charlotte Nice
Charlotte Nice
Artistic Director/Producer
Artistic Director/Producer

In Love And Warcraft marks Charlotte’s debut as a producer. Having previously worked in a variety of theatrical roles both on and off stage, she

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Tom Watney
Co-Producer/Digital Manager
Co-Producer/Digital Manager

As ticketing and marketing manager for Qdos Entertainment, Tom oversees ticketing and digital marketing for 12 regional UK venues on a day to day basis.

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Jenny Hogg
Media Manager
Media Manager

A passionate and enthusiastic theatre professional, Jenny is currently the media officer at the Exeter Northcott Theatre, a mid-scale producing and receiving house in Devon.

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In Love And Warcraft

The award-winning romantic comedy by Madhuri Shekar

Headset, laptop, sword

What A Nice Production were delighted to present the London professional premiere of In Love And Warcraft at Theatre N16 in November 2016.

The award-winning romantic comedy by Madhuri Shekar tells a story of love and friendship in the 21st Century and shows how, sometimes, you have to lose yourself online to find yourself offline.

Evie has it all figured out. She’s a college senior who wants a sex-free life and plenty of time to retreat into the comfort of her laptop. Not only does she command a top-ranked guild in Warcraft with her online boyfriend, she also makes cash on the side writing love letters for people who’ve screwed up their relationships. After all, love is like Warcraft; it’s all about strategies, game plans, and not taking stupid risks. Right?

Well that’s what she thinks… until a guy comes along. In Real Life. Suddenly no amount of gaming expertise or advice from best friend Kitty will help her out when she finds herself with a non-virtual, totally real boyfriend, who wants more from her than she’s willing to give.

As Evie prepares for the battle of a lifetime her two worlds finally collide. With hilarious and unexpected consequences, this is a play for anyone who understands (or wants to) what it’s really like to grow up online.

In Love And Warcraft contains adult themes and so parental discretion is encouraged for under 16s.

It played from: 6-10th/13-17th November 2016. Praise for the production includes: 


“A sharp and funny take on love in the gaming age”

“A fun, sassy 80 minutes full of energy and laughs”

“The writing is sharp and funny and reminiscent of the smart humour of Millennial sitcoms like Big Bang Theory and New Girl”

“Direction from David Thackeray is tight and imaginative”

(London Pub Theatres)


“The cast and production is brilliant”

“The standout performance by Charlotte Nice as Evie being both beautiful and layered”

(London Theatres 1)

“A charming and engaging evening at the theatre”

(View From The Cheap Seat)

“The cast does a wonderful job of delivering the snappy dialogues and also transmitting the deep-seated anxiety that characterises every interaction”

“Thoroughly enjoyable and well acted”

(The Upcoming)

Cast and Creatives

Madhuri Shekar


Madhuri Shekar is a playwright from Chennai, India, whose plays include the award-winning In Love and Warcraft (Alliance Theatre and others), A Nice Indian Boy

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David Thackeray


David Thackeray studied Acting Collaborative Devised Theatre at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Recent projects: Director for the play This was the

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Charlotte Nice


Charlotte trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre And Film Institute in New York City. Theatre includes: Jen in Native Tongues (Old Red Lion Theatre); Helena

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Alex Dowding


Alex is an Offie nominated actor & writer who trained at East 15 and more recently with The Groundlings Improv. Theatre credits include The Awakening

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Charlotte Peak


Charlotte trained on the Actor Musicianship course at Rose Bruford College. Theatre credits include Dreamboats & Petticoats and Dreamboats & Miniskirts (UK Tours), The Cherry

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Daniel Mckee


Daniel is a Northern Irish actor. Prior to his move to London he trained in Belfast for two years. He then moved to London to

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Tamsin Newlands


Tamsin is a graduate of the BA Acting: Collaborative and Devised course at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Credits include: The Yellow

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David Fenne


David trained at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance with additional training at Syracuse University in New York as part of his course. Since

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Contact Us

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