August 2nd-7th, 9th-14th, 16th-21st, 23rd-27th
13:35 (65 MINS)
ASSEMBLY GEORGE SQUARE THEATRE (VENUE 8)
£15/£13 (STANDARD), £13/£11 (Conc.), £10 (Preview)
What does it mean to be a millennial? One stands before you, trying to process her three most pressing concerns: job exploitation, crumbling friendship and the imminent apocalypse. She has an overwhelming need to share... and to say sorry. Taking you on a journey from the aisle of a supermarket to the edge of a volcano, Susie Sillett's bold new work offers an honest and intimate exploration of young people's experiences in the age of unpaid internships and avocado on toast. Originally produced by the Birmingham Repertory.
Presented by the King's Head Theatre.