Based on Crookshank's time in the Royal Air Force serving queen and country by protecting the UK Air Defence Region, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot charts her journey from basic training to the Falkland Islands. From feeling low to flying high (literally, in a Tornado F3), join Crookshank and a host of colorful characters on this hilarious heart-warming adventure.
About the Author
In 2001 Rebecca Crookshank left the RAF to audition for drama school & was invited to train at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. Supported by a grant from the Dance and Drama Awards she achieved a First Class BA (Hons) in Acting in 2005. Since that time Rebecca has worked as an actor and her skills and experience have led her to creating her own work as a writer, producing creative events, directing & more recently writing for TV. In 2008 Rebecca became Company Director of Shacademy Limited. In 2013 Rebecca moved on to create Rebecca Crookshank Consultancy.
'You will come across plenty shows covering sexual harassment, alcohol abuse and feminism this August. Few of them, however, will have the talent, subtlety, and craft of Rebecca Crookshank.' ★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
'For those women signing up today they may add Rebecca Crookshank on their list of women who have inspired and have been unafraid to speak out about their abuse which will go to ensuring that women no longer get treated as second class service personnel.' ★★★★★ The New Current
'...the verve and gusto she brings to her story marks her out as a considerable talent to watch.' ★★★★ The List
'What sets this apart is Crookshank’s immense charm, snappy comic timing and her ability to bounce between distinctly drawn characters and voices.' ★★★★ Broadway Baby
'This is a true life tale engagingly told with military precision' ★★★★ Edinburgh Guide
'Her bravery in confronting the former and in exposing it for us as part of this show is very real, very raw, unlike most shows she is not revealing someone elses weaknesses but her own. For the way she was treated when the lone woman on Mount Alice, and for the subsequent response of the RAF I feel ashamed ' ★★★★ UK Theatre Web
'a touching piece written and performed from the heart which keeps the audience enthralled from start to finish' ★★★★ Theatre Fullstop