Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me
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Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me

Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me London Reviews and Tickets

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About the Show

Award-winning playwright Amy Trigg pens and stars in her debut play about surviving your twenties.

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Critic Reviews (7)

Time Out London
November 9th, 2022

"Charlotte Bennett’s production goes pretty heavy on the old confessional monologue cliches: the trajectory from larky to serious is inevitable, the fleeting, cryptic mentions of a ‘list’ mean that inevitably we’re going to find out what the list is at the end."
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The London Evening Standard
May 27th, 2021
For a previous production

Both writing and performance are subtly modulated, preventing the story from ever tipping into simplistic tragedy or “inspiration porn”. Trigg deftly evokes the details of Juno’s life, her world, and the characters in her lively social circle.
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The Guardian (UK)
May 27th, 2021
For a previous production

There is great warmth in [Amy Trigg's] performance and in her big-hearted play. For all its pain, it is enormously entertaining to watch.
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The Telegraph (UK)
May 26th, 2021
For a previous production

Trigg’s 90-minute comic confessional does what plays of this sort set out to do – force the audience to rethink their assumptions – with a winning mix of artless charm and flinty wit.
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The Stage (UK)
May 27th, 2021
For a previous production

Born with spina bifida, Trigg channels a wealth of personal experience and a pleasingly off-beat comic perspective into the story of Juno, a young woman navigating the emotional ups and downs of her 20s while living with the complex condition.
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WhatsOnStage
May 27th, 2021
For a previous production

I'm shocked to find this is Trigg's first full-length play as it is so well-written and explores some really big topics while still being thoroughly entertaining. A hilarious, honest and heartwarming play which demands an audience.
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London Theatre
May 28th, 2021
For a previous production

Trigg brings an endlessly funny and upbeat spirit to Juno’s journey, which is matched by her hot pink blazer and unwavering smile. She writes in a poetic style, as if delivering musical stanzas about everything...
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