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Innit

From 38 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Quirky, Relevant, Edgy, Thought-provoking

About the show

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?


Member Reviews (38)

MEMBERS SAY:

Great acting, Quirky, Relevant, Edgy, Thought-provoking

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Great acting, Relevant, Resonant, Raunchy, Thought-provoking

See it if You are interested in the story of a teen navigating the high school years, nostalgia for 90s, journey to adulthood both poignant and funny

Don't see it if You don't like 1-person shows, struggle to understand Manchester accent and vernacular


August 3rd, 2018
"A true understanding of why therapy can help so many people, even if they are just offered the ear of a person who is willing to listen...What is so interesting about this play is the transformation Kelly goes through from beginning to end...Such a touching, entertaining play that gives a face a...
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July 16th, 2018
"Filled with colorful descriptiveness, it’s short on plot and reaches a bleak conclusion. Running 50 minutes it holds the interest...Forde’s staging is simple and effective. She is artfully positioned throughout the presentation in various areas of the small stage...'Innit' is an entertaining cha...
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July 12th, 2018
"'Innit' fails to a considerable degree from the lack of directorial shaping…Kelly's monologue, delivered almost entirely in an underwhelmingly disconnected tone, is frequently accompanied by a disdainful, goggle-eyed, mouth agape expression (like 'duh'). There's no plotline at all, merely the on...
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July 12th, 2018
"While Forde’s adult face belies her credibility as a youth, and the show’s ending comes with unexpected suddenness, her performance is a tour-de-force of teenage angst...Well acted, poignant, and relevant. But, as is often the case with experimental Fringe work, each could benefit from more deve...
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