“She was a 17 year old girl, the only God she believed in was Taylor Swift”
After her sister’s untimely death by a Yorkshire Pudding, a funny teenage misfit begrudgingly joins a flailing scout group to help her navigate the kicks and punches of adolescence with varying degrees of success.
Bridgerton’s Charithra Chandran makes her West End debut in this rollercoaster ride through youth, written by Rosie Day and directed by Georgie Staight. Whether you are a young person, know a young person, or simply were a young person once – it’s time to rip up the rule book and reconnect with your younger self.
Sunday 17 March
Sunday 24 March
Sunday 7 April
Sunday 14 April
Sunday 21 April
Sunday 28 April
2.30pm & 6pm
Prices include a £1.50 restoration levy.
Mentions of Sexual Assault, Eating Disorders, Discussion of Death and Bad Language