Set in 1990s working-class Manchester, this solo show follows brash teenager Kelly Roberts as she visits a psychologist. More…
'Innit' explores the angst and scorched heart of the Kelly as she unwittingly discloses a heart-breaking, empowering story. She's bold, vulgar, and broken. But that’s really none of your binnis, innit?
See it if You like one-person shows investigating the UK, working class, teenage girl experience.
Don't see it if You want a show with a point or a purpose. The message seemed to be "life is hard."
See it if if you want to be confused and wonder WHY someone would want to share this story.
Don't see it if you want to be entertained and feel good when you leave theater.....
See it if You enjoy a one woman show with the theme of speaking to a therapist about life troubles.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy sloppy individual performances with bad timing between confusing musical productions and speaking.
See it if you are documenting plays of teenage angst.
Don't see it if it will bother you if the 50 minute running time seems like 90 very slow minutes. This was a difficult to sit through disappointment.
See it if You really like one-person monologues and have an interest in teenage angst
Don't see it if You prefer light entertainment over an interesting but uneven show heavy on pain and despair.