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Jasmine Lee-Jones' award-winning play returns to the Royal Court Theatre following its hit 2019 run.

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Time Out London
June 22nd, 2021

Jasmine Lee-Jones’s powerfully original debut play follows these two female friends having the most blistering, agonising, meme-scattered row of their lives. Nothing’s off-limits, from primary school humiliations to the vast structural privilege that light-skinned women have.
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The Guardian (UK)
June 23rd, 2021

Jones’s dialogue is quick, sharp and clever...[Jasmine Lee-Jones] is a brilliant, dynamic writer, and this is a striking debut.
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What's On Stage (UK)
June 23rd, 2021

In short, this play is pure dynamite. I'd even say it'll be one we are going to look back on and say was a defining moment in theatre.
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London Theatre
June 24th, 2021

Lee-Jones does not shy away from any difficult topics, and digs into the nuance of the complicated culture we find ourselves in.
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The Telegraph (UK)
June 23rd, 2021

Lee-Jones is astonishingly adept at using coruscating humour to leaven her sombre themes...The ingenious aspect of this play is how Lee-Jones’s script and Milli Bhatia’s direction collapse the difference between the Twittersphere and Cleo’s real domestic life.
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The Stage (UK)
June 23rd, 2021

Jasmine Lee-Jones’ comedy about social media, racism and colourism crackles with energy. It blends fire and humour, memes and quotes from Black Twitter into a moving manifesto about racial oppression and appropriation.
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