Endless featuring N:Dless

Endless featuring N:Dless

Live music, comedy, pop videos and documentary interviews collide to bring you a tale of (very little) sex, (a smattering of) drugs and the unexpected phobias from a life of rock and roll.

It’s not Spinal Tap, Top of the Pops or the Bros Documentary but if you liked those you might like this and even if you didn’t like those you still might like this.

Funny, moving, coming of middle age music documentary for the stage … their bravest theatre show to date.

Age recommendation 10+

Contains strong language and themes of a rock and roll nature.



Dave  Joe Carey

Malcolm Dean Rehman

Sarey   Mary Woodvine

Eggy  Sally Crooks


Creative Team

Writer & Director  Kyla Goodey

Producer  Sally Crooks

Musical Director  Vicky Abbott

Design  Myriddin Pharo

Lighting & Projection  Josh Pharo

Costume  Rebecca Skewes

Composers  Justin Lee Radford, Vicky Abbott & Sam Jago Coleman

Film Maker  John Crooks

Film Crew  Theo Cockrean, Jack Brookman, Joey Millward & Daisy Allen

Camera Man (Chumbawamba interview) Thomas Midgley

Technical Manager & Assistant Director  Michael Tonkin-Jones

Marketing Manager  Sarah Ferrie

Marketing Assistant  Ellie Woolman

Poster Artwork  Stephane Rouget

Programme Artwork  Myriddin Pharo

Photography  Steve Tanner & Lee Searle

Technical Support  Ciaran Clarke & Lucy Gaskell

Carpentry Phoenix Clough


Special Thanks

Jo Bowis, Giles King, Craig Johnson, Sam Jago Coleman, Ben Greenland, Benjamin G. Wilson, Greg Fiddament, Max Fenton Wingate, Simon Ratcliffe, Boff Whalley, Harry Hamer, Markee Ting, Graham Jones, The Disappointments, Caroline Cox, Kirsty Cotton, Helen Tiplady, Annie Ukleja, Charlie Bunker, Jon Welsh, Luke & Cath Wall, Young People Cornwall, C-Scape, Miracle Theatre, Hall for Cornwall, The Golden Lion Stithians Lake, The Fox & Hounds Lanner, The Poly, Falmouth Rugby Club, Gwennap Pit, Rose Goodship, Cultivator, Michelle Taylor & Liam Jolly.



“Trifle Gathering’s 'Endless Featuring N:Dless' is a unique, surprising and glorious mash up of all things ridiculous, musical and emotional. Using an impressive mix of film, sound and top notch clowning, the characters gently weave around the universal and the mundane. Petty rivalries rub against the meaning of life in a blissful display of frilly blouses, silly fringes and even a gothic corset. Delicious, fresh and moving. Great stuff.”

Emma Rice, Wise Children

‘It’s an ingenious mix of live music, comedy, drama, pop videos and documentary interviews with Chumbawamba and Basement Jaxx.’

Lee Trewhela, Cornwall Live

‘The richly textured light and shade of Goodey’s script doesn’t hold back. The best comedy is always bittersweet, and she’s a writer who has perfected this interplay. The shift from the highs to lows of the characters and the band’s history make the comedy moments funnier, and also creates truly thought-provoking theatre...It charts a generation that knew how to party – not in pricey clubs but in fields and warehouses across the UK.’

Frea Lockley, The Canary

‘tonight’s world premiere in Grampound was bangin. The incredible back story of a dysfunctional band who almost nearly made it is compelling and powerful.’

Sheila Vanloo, St Austell Bay Radio