See it if You like the idea of a 'choose your own adventure' style show
Don't see it if you don't like the idea of missing out on some of the storylines
"It’s a polished, gorgeous piece of storytelling theatre, undoubtedly, and yet, for me, it was missing something – I felt like I was watching a beautiful piece of engineering."
"It's hard to shake the feeling that the whole show is just a series of truisms and aphorisms weaved into a sketchily-drawn narrative, and never as profound as it might appear to be."
"There are wild acts of spontaneity, passionate affairs, chance friendships, family schisms, health scares and moments of regret. It is often funny but more often wistful and knowing."
This innovative and emotional show Age is a Feeling follows one person’s life from the age of 25 through to the end of their life. The audience picks which of the 12 stories on offer they want to hear, the rest remain unheard. Much like the “choose your own adventure” books that were popular a few decades ago, this allows the audience to take charge of the show and follow the different storytelling trails.