The Me Plays
A new-age twist on getting older
Growing up has never been easy, but when you throw such delights into the already awkward teenage mix as body image, internet porn, Dr Dre, Tinder and Roman Catholic school, you know you’re in for a roller coaster. In a double bill of exquisite semi-autobiographical monologues, Andrew Maddock (nominated for Best Male Actor and Defying Traditional Genres of Theatre awards by Off West End) portrays the ups and down of growing up in Wembley. You’ll be laughing and crying at the same time, as the true bizarreness of adolescence in this day and age is dragged grudgingly into the light. Please arrive in good time as latecomers will not be admitted.
"The Me Plays is a successful example of how modern poetics can work in theatre."