THE Inbetweeners’ Lizzie Stables will bring her new play Unearthed to the Swindon Arts Centre next week.

Best known as the young woman who stamped on Jay’s heart in the award-winning channel 4 series, the Wiltshire-born actress is back to her theatre roots and currently touring the South West with Folio Theatre Company, the troupe she created.

“Unearthed is set in Somerset and it tells the story of estranged twins Ben and Eliza who are brought back together by quest to complete a list of utterly bizarre tasks set for them in their late father's will,” said the 28-year-old, who grew up in Trowbridge.

“It's a magical show about family, responsibility and following your dreams. It's directed by Kim Pearce, who is the resident director for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time.”

The show will come to the Swindon Arts Centre on May 20.

Keen to support worthy causes, Lizzie will use the play as a vehicle to support and promote the Stroke Association and Carers Trust UK.

“In Unearthed, the main characters' lives are turned upside down when their father suffers a stroke, forcing them to reconsider their choices in life. This is an issue that often affects young carers and is something we wanted to raise awareness for.”

The show, which is produced in association with The Brewhouse Theatre, will start at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £12 and are available from available the box office on 01793 524481 or at