"A triumph...hilarious, cliché-free, and immensely entertaining..." New York Times

Three misfit teenagers are brought together by a sex scandal in their school with nobody taking them seriously until they speak out with hilarious consequences.

Cast includes Douglas Booth (Riot Club, Noah) and Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel and soon to be released Spiderman:Homecoming), Patsy Ferran (Treasure Island,  As You Like It) and Charlotte Lucas (Red Velvet, Posh)

Presented by Defibrillator, Tom Attenborough directs this fiercely funny play by Stephen Karam, the Tony Award winning writer of The Humans.

Living in a social media minefield, where peers are judgmental and adults are dictatorial and condescending, Howie, Solomon and Diwata grapple with homophobia, online privacy and how to get the lead in the school play!

"A triumph...hilarious, cliché-free, and immensely entertaining..." New York Times

Variety says: 'bristling with vitality, wicked humour, terrific dialogue and a direct pipeline into the zeitgeist of contemporary youth.'


Age guidance: 14+

 

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