A troubled teenage son and his distant single father fight their way through a bitterly indifferent relationship in a funny and moving coming of age show about growing up and sometimes getting it wrong. Poet and former youth worker Andrew Graves relates a drama of gob-smackingly embarrassing and awkward first dates, imagined rock-n-roll supermarkets, divorce, disillusion and working-class rebellion. Expect disappearing goths, sadistic PE teachers and a search for the truth and somewhere to belong.
Whether a teenager or not, everyone will be able to relate to this honest and nostalgic prayer to that joyously painful, pimple-faced period in our lives where everything and nothing seems possible; where you can be earnest, sensitive, beautiful and ridiculous all at the same time.
Supported by funding from Arts Council England.
£8 / £6
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Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult