Final Vox Pop team and story announced...

We're pleased to announce that the story which got the most votes was:

E - From The Daily Mail: A national sex strike! Spain's 'high-class hookers refuse to sleep with bankers until they open up credit lines to cash-strapped families'

Our teams now have exactly one week to come up with an artistic response which will be performed live at the Soho theatre on Sunday 22nd at 6pm.

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And here's our final team...

Team 4: Josh Roshe, Annabel Wigador and Flabbergast Theatre

Annabel Wigoder was a member of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme and has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Manchester where Martin Amis bullied her into writing a novel. She pays the bills working in script development for indie film/TV production company Headline Pictures, is the Artistic Director of emerging theatre company Bee Stung, and previously worked for Film4. Her latest play was longlisted for the 2011 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, a sitcom for BBC Laughing Stock, and she recently took part in an invitation-only mentorship programme led by Kudos Film & TV. Her work has been staged in various places around London and Manchester including the Old Red Lion Theatre, the Deaf Institute and First Draft Theatre’s April Showers festival.

Joshua Roche is the Resident Assistant Director at the Soho Theatre, where he is assisting Steve Marmion and Max Roberts on Utopia and reading Soho Writer's Centre. Josh is also the Artistic Director of Fat Git Theatre, a company devoted to grotesque adaptations of absurd stories. Fat Git's new production UNINVITED is touring to the Edinburgh Festival and the London Fringe later this year. Josh graduated from Warwick University where he read English with Creative Writing and directed for the Warwick Arts Centre and the IATL studio and NSDF11. Josh has worked with Ian Rickson, The Tricycle Theatre, Fail Better Theatre Company and Beestung Productions.

Flabbergast Theatre sets out to make uncompromising exciting physical theatre drawing on the Bunraku style of puppetry and a belief that all theatre should be engaging and sweaty. We endeavour to create theatre through an extensive and collaborative research and development process using performers from many disciplines including dance, clowning, acting and puppetry, we develop existing texts and new devised pieces bringing an innovative and unpretentious approach to our work.